Following government guidelines on the second lockdown, naccs continues to be fully operational
The guidance from the secretary of state for housing has confirmed the property market can continue to operate during the lockdown which started on the 5 November and is set to end on the 2 December, provided social distancing and safety guidance has adhered too.
naccs will continue to deliver essential critical front-line services directly to Home Office and Council tenants, which comprises emergency services with maintenance and repairs, which are vital for vulnerable tenants, particularly during the colder winter months. We take the health and safety of our staff seriously. We have ensured our maintenance staff are fully equipped with personal protective equipment (PPE) when attending properties and that they fully observe the government’s social distancing rules.
We understand that this can be a worrying time, and we want to remind you that our support team are ready to answer all queries as well as putting you directly in touch with the relevant department. We continue to be contactable on 020 3095 0954 or email email@example.com. With naccs, be assured that your property continues to be in safe hands.
naccs continue to urgently require new properties to let and to meet the growing demand for accommodation in London. If you are struggling to let your property during the lockdown, we encourage Landlords to get in touch with us on 020 3095 0954. Your property could be let within a week, ensuring you with an immediate commission-free income. Take our online valuation here With naccs there are No more viewings, voids or arrears. Receive a secured monthly payment for up to 5 years with naccs. All without the hassle.
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