NVP Lettings: Knightsbridge property management, sorted.

In our new phase here at NVP we’ve brought together two lettings teams, with a combined total of over fifty years experience in lettings and management.

Together this new team, representing an increase in capacity of 300%, will bridge the space between tenant and landlord, across Knightsbridge and the whole royal borough – with over 130 properties currently under management.

But it’s not all key-holding, EPC’s and gas safety certificates.

With various CV’s involved including two ex-golf pros, a crown estate executive and several elite family offices, NVP Lettings is perfectly poised to grow their share of a property sector that is flourishing. Lately there have been deals aplenty, with a student flat going for £20k per week (not your average digs) and a neighbour of ours renting their penthouse for just below that (lush view of park included). Additionally, NVP Lettings closed six separate new leases (lets) in the first month since we incorporated the other market-leading Knightsbridge estate, Hobart Slater, into the NVP family.

And in between the practical logistics that make lettings and property management such a multifarious task, the stories brought together by our impassioned client-focused team are the stuff of legend.

Whether it’s liberating an Oscar winning actress from being locked inside her own bathroom while staying in a short lease on Walton Place, finding suitable quarters for 007 while on London-based assignment, or making sure one of the greatest lead guitarists of our time is cosy and comfortable on the UK leg of his latest rock odyssey, team NVP is always at home.

And although such clientele, together with billionaire students and the Knightsbridge gentry, can be famously demanding, Landlords (whom after all are our clients) get to outsource the delicacy of dealing with such a demographic with total peace of mind, knowing the NVP team are the safest pair of hands around.

In a joint statement, NVP founders Nic Pejacsevich and Patrick Alvarado said:

‘The expanse in capacity and pipeline is welcome as we join together with Hobart Slater and create Knightsbridge’s most experienced Lettings team, however what is more pronounced is the vibe we’ve created already in just a few months of working together. Lettings and management is infamously multi-faceted in nature, with a complex array of demanding stakeholders to satisfy, and having a robust culture behind us as we do our work is essential to being able to handle, and grow, the newly expanded NVP portfolio.’

In a joint statement from the incoming team at Hobart Slater, the lettings division stated:

‘We thought we had the best Lettings stories in the royal borough however NVP give us a run for our money for sure. In holding the keys for some of the area’s most prestigious properties, and with in-depth knowledge of almost every apartment and building in Knightsbridge, we’ve seen it all with over three decades of specialising in this area. Now is the right time for change however, and NVP are the only brand out there to offer equal to, or greater than, local expertise. We are Knightsbridge natives, we know the people and the property, and becoming a part of the NVP brand has helped us to crystalise that differentiating factor even further, and set us aside more clearly from our competition.’

The newly formed NVP Lettings division provides the following services:

  • Management of large privately held properties, decreasing the need for permanent London-based staff.
  • Network of international connections and relocation agents to service your requirements at home and abroad.
  • Keyholding and maintenance services designed to ensure your every need as our client is taken care of.
  • Tenancy management and liaison throughout your tenant’s stay in your property, ensuring customer complete peace of mind.

Full range of advisory services around fees, tax, rights and all aspects of the lettings process

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