Belvoir Moray is celebrating 20 successful years in business this month. Since 1996 the company ...
Belvoir Moray is celebrating 20 successful years in business this month. Since 1996 the company has provided a trusted lettings service to corporate and private landlords in and around the area.
Belvoir is now the largest property franchise organisation in the UK with more than 300 offices and managing 54,000 properties throughout the country.
Belvoir Moray holds the special distinction within the group of being the very first Belvoir franchise office
in the UK.
Belvoir is now a PLC group having successfully listed on the stock market. Belvoir Moray is owner managed, so clients have the guarantee of absolute commitment to high quality service and direct accountability with the support of a national chain.
Andy Campbell leads a well-established team, many of whom have been with him for years – including office manager Lynn Roger who has worked for the company for 15 years. Belvoir Moray now has five full-time employees and one part-time – one of the biggest teams in the franchise. The company prides itself on its professional yet friendly service which, along with Belvoir’s high standards of industry practice, has helped build its excellent reputation in the area, and
Belvoir Moray is a member of the government-operated National Approved Letting Scheme, the Property Ombudsman Letting Scheme, the Association of Residential Letting Agents and is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Belvoir is a founding member of the pioneering SAFE agent scheme. SAFE represents firms that protect landlords’ and tenants’ money through Client Money Protection Schemes.
“It’s essential that a landlord keeps compliant with the myriad of regulations in place,” explained Andy. “Private landlords are increasingly leaving themselves open to problems. For example, people may not know that if you don’t place a tenant’s deposit in a registered deposit scheme, a clued-up tenant could claim three times their entire rent back from you – with just a simple procedure. Or if your lease isn’t up to date and fit for purpose, you could find it very difficult to get a tenant to move out when you want them to.