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|Address||Residential Land, 40 Park Street, Mayfair, London, W1K 2JG|
|Phone||020 7408 5155|
|Fax||020 7408 5166|
Residential Land have a portfolio of over 1200 flats and houses in the best postcodes across the Capital. As Prime Central London property specialists dealing in rentals, sales and acquisitions, we are fluent in understanding the value of each specific area. Our unique knowledge of our territories allows us to make fast decisions and act quickly on opportunities offered to us.
Established by Bruce Ritchie in 1991, Residential Land is now one of the largest private residential landlords in Prime Central London. Our phenomenal growth phase has seen us move from St. Johns Wood to the heart of Mayfair where we are in the perfect location to continue growing our extensive portfolio. We employ over 100 staff encompassing all aspects of property and portfolio management. During our 20 years of experience we have built up unrivalled relationships with over 1800 Prime Central Property Agents, without whom we would not be here today.
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