Letting agency in Bury St Edmunds launches sales arm

Patrick Lawrence , property business manager at Linnet, and Steve Hiner, chairman of Linnet, cutting the ribbon
Patrick Lawrence , property business manager at Linnet, and Steve Hiner, chairman of Linnet, cutting the ribbon

A letting agency which has been established in the heart of Bury St Edmunds for 13 years, has now lauched a sales arm.

Linnet Sales and Lettings on Angel Hill is celebrating the launch by offering zero commission on the first 30 properties it markets.

Patrick Lawrence, property business manager at Linnet, John Bosley, Linnet sales manager, Ian Winslet, chief executive of Suffolk Housing and Steve Hiner, chairman of Linnet

Patrick Lawrence, property business manager at Linnet, John Bosley, Linnet sales manager, Ian Winslet, chief executive of Suffolk Housing and Steve Hiner, chairman of Linnet

Patrick Lawrence, property business manager at Linnet said: “We are delighted to launch our new sales arm at what is an exciting time for Linnet.

“Our aim is to ensure our clients receive first class customer care.

“Anyone who is looking to sell their home will be guaranteed a personal service which meets their needs and helps them to get the best possible deal for their property, while they will also receive regular communication from their proactive agent.

“We are celebrating gthe launch of our sales business by offering 0 per cent commission on our first 30 properties, along with a fixed rate of £500 for the remainder of customers instructing us during August or September.

“By showcasing our excellent services in this way, we are confident we will quickly develop a reputation as the agency which people want to do business with.”

Linnet, established in 2000, provides rental homes in Suffolk, Norfolk and Cambridge.

It is a subsidiary company of Suffolk Housing.Any profit it makes is paid to Suffolk Housing to provide more affordable housing in the region.

Visit www.linnetproperty.co.uk