Looking to rent out your property can be for many reasons, whether you have one property or a portfolio we guarantee to provide the highest levels of customer service, we have a number of packages covering the standard letting services, however we realise that everyone is different and as such we are more than happy to create a bespoke service for individual landlords.

Contact Details

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  City Chester
  Postcode CH1 2LF
  Address 85 Watergate Street, Watergate House
  Phone Number 012 4431 6278

Customer Testimonials

Always responded quickly to any issues with property and resolved promptly. Good agency to deal with.


Family run and really care!

From Our Website

Moving is a busy and exciting time and we're here to make sure the experience goes as smoothly as possible by giving you all the help you need under one roof. The company has always used computer and internet technology, but the company's biggest strength is the genuinely warm, friendly and professional approach that we offer all of our clients. All our team are local people who have extensive knowledge of the area we cover. This allows us to give you the best advice be it on local schools, transport or nightlife.


Breakages and thefts can happen. If you are in a rented property, the landlord is, in the majority of cases, responsible for buildings insurance. This means you should only be responsible for arranging your own contents cover for anything you keep in the property. Buildings insurance generally only covers the building itself and this is usually the responsibility of the property owner so this means you're unlikely to need building insurance if you're renting. There can be exceptions so it's always worth checking with your landlord or letting agent if you are not sure.


So you have decided you are ready to rent your own home but you are unclear on the next steps and what to expect from the process to renting your own home? Find out more with the Eastgate Rentals guide to renting your own home. Before you start searching for your new home it's always advisable to work out a budget. What are your current outgoings, any new outgoings you may incur by moving and then looking at what money do you have left each month to spend on rent? Don't forget that, when you first move in, you will require a deposit, the first month's rent and any tenancy set up fees.