5th July 2022
Franchising boomed during 2020, as many people reassessed their lives and working practices, in the face of lockdowns and government restrictions. Many of these went into franchising as a more secure route to starting a new business, and the program explores what opportunities are out there for people to consider.
Here is a sneak preview of the interview with Nick Lyons on “Discover Britain” due to air next month.
No Letting Go has been providing property reporting services to the residential lettings sector for 14 years.
17th March 2022
No Letting Go ran its first 'in person' conference since the pandemic began.
14th December 2021
Residential lettings has proved to be a strong and resilient asset class during 2021 according to No Letting Go.
28th October 2021
No Letting Go has been recognised for its outstanding customer service at the ESTAS 2021.
6th October 2021
Despite the national lockdowns, 80% of No Letting Go franchisees who joined during 2020 have hit a minimum monthly revenue of £4000 by August 2021.
After just over a year into operating my franchise in this specialised but growing market, I have managed to establish a sound personal client base as well as regular business via 'national contract' arrangements from the Franchisor.Mundeep Grewal, Docklands
Being new to the industry, the support and experience of the team was a major factor in our decision to take on the No Letting Go franchise.Gordon and Alan Hay, Glasgow South
I am proud to be the founding franchisee of what has proved to be a great brand, it was an excellent decision to invest in the young business and I have now taken on my second area which has enabled me to grow my business further and faster.Chris Holmes, Medway and Sevenoaks
Providing a service to an industry sector that is resilient to economic downturns
Bespoke web based proprietary software system providing complete client management
The only lettings industry accredited franchised inventory business