An unfurnished two-bedroom, ground floor apartment with parking in a desirable, quiet cul-de-sac location off the main high street in Coedpoeth.
Lettings Agent Wrexham - At WREXRENT we hope to establish a new type of residential property management that offers landlords a real alternative to traditional letting agents or self-management.
Our aim is to provide tenants with comfortable, well-maintained housing, where they can feel right at home. Whether you need the security or flexibility of a shorter tenancy agreement, accommodating your needs is part and parcel of the service here at WREXRENT.
We are pleased to announce that in addition to being listed here on our website all of our properties now feature on the property website OnTheMarket as well.
WREXRENT always aim to offer our tenants comfortable, well maintained homes. We’re a small team so you can be assured your queries will be dealt with consistently by our dedicated property professionals. We’re always on hand to assist with any issues you have. Our full time property management team have an excellent reputation for their proactive response to maintenance services.Tenants Read More...
WREXRENT has over 30 years’ experience in the landlord industry. We can appreciate the necessity for transparent fees and proactive maintenance repairs. We will look after your property as if it’s our own. Our full time property management team will carry out repairs as quickly and efficiently as possible taking the hassle away from you.Landlords Read More...
A LOVELY TWO BEDROOM, GROUND FLOOR APARTMENT | HIGHLY POPULAR, AWARD-WINNING BUILDING | PRIVATE PARKING | LOCATED ON THE MAIN HIGH STREET IN COEDPOETH | SPACIOUS, OPEN PLAN LAYOUT | MATURE COMMUNAL GARDENS | SECURE ENTRY | MAINTAINED & MANAGED BY WREXRENT
We like to share with our tenants and landlords all relevant property industry news as well as what we’ve been up to here at WREXRENT. Here are some news articles we think may be of interest to you.
Guidance for the Renting Homes (Wales) Act 2019 has been issued for Landlords and Letting Agents. The guidelines explain what payments may or may not be taken when setting-up and amending a tenancy and the consequences of taking prohibited payments.