Sandfords offer students support at London Business School Fresher’s Fair.

It’s nearly that time again when universities welcome a new batch of students for the upcoming year, many choosing to hold a fresher’s fair in order for prospective students to find out about the school itself, as well as all other fundamental elements that they need to consider, including their new living arrangements.

On Sunday 31st May, staff from Sandfords, a Central and North West London agent, attended and hosted a stall at the London Business School Fresher’s Fair where they spoke in-depth to potential future students about how it works if they want to rent a property during their time at the university.

Julia Garber, Director of Lettings at Sandfords in Marylebone, comments: “We are present every year at this event. With our office being just over the road on Gloucester Place we have always felt really connected with the university and its students, and for three months of the year we spend a lot of time helping them as much as we can. We promoted a special offer at this fair, “no admin fees”, to help them save on some of the expenses and we provided our expert knowledge on property in the area in addition to handing out leaflets, tenant guides and property listings. We had a great time this year and supported many students in the initial stages of their property search.

The London Business School is a very prestigious school and many of its students are from overseas, particularly America and China, so our presence at the fresher’s fair is really important as this group of renters are new to the area and need our professional advice.”

Christopher Walkey

Founder of Estate Agent Networking. Internationally invited speaker on how to build online target audiences using Social Media. Writes about UK property prices, housing, politics and affordable homes.

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