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Letting Solutions has been shortlisted as a top 10 Letting Agent in the Scotland section of the biggest estate and letting agent awards in the UK, known throughout the industry as The ESTAS.

THE ESTAS determines the best estate and letting agents in the country through research carried out amongst customers, who are asked a series of questions about the service they have received from their agent.

The regional and national winners will be announced by Phil Spencer, the TV Property expert, at the 11th annual ESTAS ceremony at the Hilton Park Lane, London on  9th May. 

Simon Brown, who owns The ESTAS says “Its client feedback which determines who is shortlisted and ultimately who wins that makes the ESTAS so valuable for agencies.  It takes a lot of commitment to enter the ESTAS and to make it to the shortlist is a great achievement in itself”.

Alex Chesterman, Founder & CEO of headline sponsor Zoopla Property Group said “This is our fifth year of sponsoring the ESTAS and we are delighted to be once again supporting this key industry event. The ability to collect and act on customer feedback is essential to the success of any business and rewarding those who provide the best service in the industry, as these awards do, is perfectly aligned with our business. Congratulations to all those shortlisted this year.”

Interest rates are likely to remain at rock bottom for the next three years. 2013-05-29 10:01:32 AM

New Bank of England governor Mark Carney gave a clear hint on 3 July that the base rate, which has been at 0.5 per cent since March 2009, will be frozen at this historic low for some time to come. The news will cheer homeowners but mean more lean times for savers. A surprise statement from the Bank said the market had been wrong to expect that rates will start rising in 2015, or even next year. In reality, a rise is not likely until 2016, it hinted strongly.