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Services

Residential Sales
Whether you’re buying or selling, rest assured that Unico will take care of everything from start to finish. We recognise that no two transactions are the same so we tailor our service to suit your needs and promise to give you all the support and information you need.
Residential Lettings
Unico understand the need for good quality tenants and so we vet every applicant thoroughly before offering a tenancy. As members of ARLA our service is regularly scrutinised to ensure compliance to their codes of conduct towards both landlords and tenants.
Mortgages
Did you know that to remortgage your Buy to Let investment your mortgage company will insist on a valuation letter from an ARLA agent? Unico also offers financial mortgage advice for purchasers including first time buyers so come to see us.
Commercial
Whether you are looking to acquire a commercial unit or selling or letting your own commercial space, Unico have the knowledge, skill and experience to help. Our staff are best placed to advise you on your requirements.
Property Management
Unico can take care of the day to day management of your property portfolio including rent collection, property maintenance using our easy to use online repair reporting portal, renewals, rent increases and deposit registration services.
Rent Guarantee Insurance
As a landlord we understand that loss of revenue can seriously impact on your finances. With Unico’s Rent Guarantee Insurance scheme you can rest assured that you will still receive your rent payments if the tenant’s circumstances change.


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