Goldsmith Property is owned and managed by Ben and Zina Goldsmith. We have been landlords for over 15 years, and after working and travelling abroad for many years returned to the UK in 2013 to focus on property investment full time. Over the following couple of years we built a portfolio of 21 properties and manage properties for a number of select landlords.

Our properties are a largely HMOs (shared houses), but we also have some single let properties. This means that we have a full and thorough understanding of the requirements of letting all types of properties, and have dealt extensively with planning requirements on larger HMOs as well as space and facility standards for HMOs. We have developed a good relationships with the local Councils in the areas that we operate.

We are accredited landlords with the National Landlords Association, a member of The Property Ombudsman, and are regular attendees at property educational and networking events. This means that you can rely on us to stay up to date with all of the regulatory requirements of letting properties.

Goldsmith Property also has a team of people to help look after your properties. We have staff dedicated to property management, dealing with finding and managing our tenants. We have staff dedicated to maintaining our properties, and to dealing with the administration and finance of the business. Our tried and tested contractors are available for all of the repairs that need doing on our properties.

We like to think that what sets up apart is our commitment to providing as much value as possible to our customers – our tenants and the landlords who entrust their properties into our management.

Fundamental to this is making sure that our tenants are happy, which makes our job easier and provides less problems in your properties. We do this in a number of ways. We make sure that the accommodation we provide is very high standard, attracting better tenants who stay longer. We also provide a tenants charter, outlining the high level of service we provide for tenants, and asking them to let us know if and when we do not meet these standards.

As for landlords who we manage properties for, we only make money when we let out your properties and we can only do this when the property is in good condition, attracting better tenants and higher rents. Therefore we have the same objectives, which is to keep your property in excellent condition and attractive to tenants.