Nicholas Humphreys are a national independent Estate and Letting Agents. As well as property sales and professional lettings we also specialise in student lettings in the university towns where we operate. White Kite Ltd T/A Nicholas Humphreys Estate Agents are members of the NAEA, ARLA and the Property Ombudsman. The directors of Nicholas Humphreys are all actively involved in the daily running of the company.
We take pride in being a people business and as such we recruit motivated and enthusiastic people with a passion for working in the property industry and invest in training and on-going staff development. We operate a graduate training scheme for talented bright youngsters.
In all property transactions we place a particular emphasis on high ethical standards and the importance of listening to clients requirements. This helps us to better match buyers and tenants to properties. Our valuers have a detailed knowledge of their local market, particularly of local demand, with valuations based on fact, not a sales hyperbole or what the client ‘wants to hear’.
Nicholas Humphreys also trades as Barkers estate & letting agents in Leicester.
Our success is based on personal service and attention to detail. Landlords and people wishing to sell their property who would like to place their business with us are welcomed to take advantage of our free valuation service.
Nicholas Humphreys Estate and Lettings Agents are proud to be members of the British Franchise AssociationFind out more
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