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Agency relies on social media to show it’s ‘the future of buy to let’

3 March 2021 | Renting

Agency relies on social media to show it's ‘the future of buy to let’

A new agency doesn’t hold back about its importance, describing itself as “the future of buy to let property offering a unique and bespoke service for investor to investor sales.”

Mr Investa is based in Salford, Greater Manchester, and was set up by former Knight Knox agent Ryan Hughes, who hails from the area. 

He tells local website MCUK: “Whilst in my last job, I discovered a gap in the market. The needs of investor to investor sales are being neglected by the high-street brands. Asset disposal will be key over the next two years, with most business owners needing to free up equity to stay afloat. 


“Throughout the pandemic, 70,000 UK households have been made homeless, with thousands more threatened out of the need to move on investments.

“With Mr Investa, you can sell your tenanted buy to let straight to another likeminded landlord. Tenants in situ provide buyers and sellers with the most security, as rental income continues throughout the sales process. 

“The buy to let sector continues to grow exponentially. However, the biggest stumbling block for most new investors is the time it takes to get it right.”

Hughes, whose first agency job was helping show people around properties, adds: “Something that is really important to us is our dedication to customer service. An advisor will personally support you, from the point of inquiry, through your investment journey.”

He currently promotes client properties on Instagram and LinkedIn, and they will shortly be added to Rightmove.

“We provide our clients with all the tools they need to make fully informed decisions from the comfort of their living room and on the go” he says.

This post has originally been featured in Letting Agent Today.