Welcome to Burns & Webber's residential lettings office. We specialise in residential properties to rent in Cranleigh, Farnham, Godalming, Guildford and the surrounding villages. As members of ARLA and the TDS, our Landlords and Tenants are covered at all times.
With 8 years experience in the Surrey and South West London markets, Jonathan has also previously worked in Guildford and has run a successful letting business in Wimbledon Village. He comments: "Customer service is my number one priority. Myself and my team aim to provide an exceptional service and exceed the expectations of both our landlords and tenants. We have a fantastic team in place and look forward to helping you to find your next home or your perfect tenant!"
Whether you are a country house owner relocating for a year or two; or a professional landlord with a portfolio of properties, you understandably expect a great deal when it comes to your letting agent. We offer landlords a locally based, personal service with a full range of packages to suit all requirements, circumstances and types of property.
We will ensure you successfully let your property, in a timescale that suits your requirements, for the best possible rent, in a stress free manner. If you’re considering letting a property, please book a meeting with us to find out more.
Our property portfolio ranges from small apartments, to family houses and luxurious mansions. No matter what property you are looking for, you can be sure you are dealing with a reputable, experienced and professional agent.
We are totally transparent with the costs involved and will make sure you understand every step of the process, to make your experience of finding somewhere to rent runs smoothly.
2 London Road, Guildford, Surrey, GU1 2AF
Monday to Friday 9am - 6pm
Saturday 9am - 5pm
We are now fast approaching the second phase of the Government’s crackdown on private Buy-to-Let landlords, with the restriction on the lucrative tax relief claimed on rental properties. The first, being the rise in Stamp Duty for 2nd home and investment purchases which came into effect following last spring’s budget. This had the desired effect of slowing down the stampede and probably stopping many cautious or first time investment purchasers, but many seasoned and canny buyers realised that the long term forecast for the housing market, especially in the south east, is likely to continue its upward trend and whilst the additional costs are a burden, the capital growth is the prize.... read more