WELCOME TO RUZ PROPERTIES LTD
Lettings, Management and Maintenance
We are residential letting and managing agents covering the West London and North West , St John's Wood, West Hampstead, Maida Vale, Kilburn, Notting Hill Gate, Shepherd's Bush, Hammersmith, Acton, Ealing, Chiswick and Brentford areas.
Whether you are looking to Let your home or if you are a landlord seeking responsible, quality tenants for your property or a tenant / buyers searching for a home, we are here to help. Our experienced, professional, and friendly staff, combined with extensive local knowledge ensure that we provide a service which is second to none.
A forward looking business based on traditional values, we always strive to be at the forefront of the property market, and invest much time and effort in ensuring that we are fully up to date with ever changing property law and government legislation. Together with our attention to detail and conscientious attitude we have the experience, resources and skills to deliver the kind of services that landlords and tenants require.
Details of some of the properties we are currently instructed to let / for sale can be found on this website, together with essential information for both landlords and tenants, and a description of our services.
If you require any further information or advice please do not hesitate to contact us. We look forward to hearing from you.
What our clients say...
In a Ruz Properties. Jefferson is an exceptional agent. We have dealt with many over the years but no one as thoughtful and caring as Jefferson. He really does take the clients needs and wants into consideration. For this, I now have the property I was after. Thank you very much for all your help.
Property Market Insights
The number of homes coming on to the property market has slipped further as demand climbed in September after a slow summer selling season.
According to Halifax, the proportion of local areas where house prices have outpaced earnings over the last two years has edged up from 28% in 2015 to 31%.
Rents could soar by more than 20% in the next five years as landlords exit the sector in the face of tax changes.