We are a local, independent firm specialising in Residential Lettings and Property Management. Based in Bishop's Stortford we also cover the surrounding local area including Stansted, Sawbridgeworth, Dunmow, Takeley, Braintree, Manuden, Elsenham, Much & Little Hadham, Great & Little Hallingbury, Hatfield Heath & Old Harlow.

First Property Management is owned and managed on a day-to-day basis by experienced landlords who having rented out a number of their own properties both locally and internationally saw the huge gap in the market to provide an exceptional service to both Landlords and Tenants at an extremely competitive price.

We pride ourselves on genuinely being: First for Service & First for Price

In fact, our Full Management Service has been commented on by our current landlords as being the most comprehensive and competitive service available in the local area.

We offer a personal and friendly service to all, ensuring compliance with the various landlord/tenant laws and maintaining a high standard of competence and professionalism at all times.

Serviced Areas

  • Bishop's Stortford, Stansted, Sawbridgeworth, Dunmow, Takeley, Braintree, Manuden, Elsenham

Contact Details

  Website
  City Bishop's Stortford
  Postcode CM23 5AF
  Phone Number 012 7965 9965

Customer Testimonials

First offer a superb service AND at an unbeatable price. Not only are they very professional, they also keep you fully informed and are happy to offer advice. Thank you guys for all your help and support over the past six months, and long may this level of service continue, from a pleased landlord.

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We have a very professional group of contractors that help First to provide to their Landlords the best service for the best price! If you are choosing a contractor for housing repairs or work we can help you! If you are choosing contractors yourself
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Demand among tenants continues to grow and surveyors predict rents will rise a further 3.9% over the next 12 months. (The Guardian)
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What next for house prices? By Simon Lambert
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Housing market boost predicted!!!
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The residential property market is holding it own with price rising in July and August, according to the latest data from two leading indices.(PropertyWire)
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While the first-time buyer has every reason to feel aggrieved with the perceived difficulties of getting on the property ladder, some rays of light have appeared recently.(BBC News)
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