Specialist letting agents you can trust
Exceptional knowledge of the local market with unrivalled customer service
Cobb Farr employ a dedicated team whose ethos is always centred on our clients. Our main aim is to let your property, but it’s also about providing you and your tenant with a high quality and stress-free experience.
Whether you are a landlord or a tenant, we offer an unrivalled service that combines competence with a friendly approach. Why not let your property with Cobb Farr.
Get in touch with our team to let your property in Bath, Bradford on Avon and surrounding areas.
Our Gold Service offers back up for landlords and tenants within office hours, to assist in the organisation of tradesmen, liaise with landlord/tenant on any matter and organise quotes for work needed etc. acting upon the landlord’s instruction.
Cobb Farr have introduced a new fee structure for our Standard Tenant Find Service, or our Gold Service which includes back up for landlords and tenants. Our Tenant Fees and Renewal Fees are also very competitive. For a breakdown of all fees go to Landlord Information and Tenant Information.
Deposit Protection Scheme
All deposits are protected through Mydeposits, a government-authorised scheme designed for landlords, letting agents and tenants. This ensures compliance with deposit legislation introduced in April 2007.
As part of our finding service, we will carry out thorough checks on your new tenants. All viewings are accompanied, and prospective tenants are interviewed. We also manage the process of securing and verifying references.
If required, we can arrange for inventories to be carried out on your behalf by a specialist company, at an additional cost. They can also organise check-in and check-out property inspections.
Client Money Protection
Cobb Farr are covered by a Lloyds Insurance client money protection scheme which gives landlords and tenants confidence that their money is safe when it is being handled by an agent. Where an agent is a member of a client money protection scheme, it enables a tenant, landlord or both to be compensated if all or part of their money is not repaid.