I pass on public transport almost twice daily and marvel at the layout and the size of the homes there. The prices vary in price but all depending on the bedroom status but all in all good reasonable prices with a Miller show home ????
Stephen Robert Shepherd
Another new housing estate squeezed in somewhere nobody really wants to live. Houses themselves are nice
Excellent customer service. Every viewing was followed up and feedback provided, and the house sold relatively quickly at the asking price. At a very stressful time it was unbelievably refreshing to be able to call up, have a normal conversation, and get a straight answer. Thanks for all your help. It was very much appreciated.
Very disappointed with our experience with Lennon Properties, from the initial viewing being very unprofessional, then being forced into a 6 month contract from our rolling month contract as they suggested that the landlord was going to kick us out if we didn’t, (my partner was looking at a job in the south at this point, therefore a 6 month contract was not appropriate for us) then when we came to move out they told us about all the costs we would have for leaving the contract early and when questioning them why we were forced into the contract, they took no blame and became rather aggressive. We are now left paying for our current home and a house we no longer live in.
Excellent, Chris who took the photos (which were brilliant) was very professional and friendly. Julie worked tirelessly and secured a sale within 2 weeks, keeping us informed at every stage. Would and have highly recommended Walkers exchange. The fact there was no upfront fee really appealed.
Fantastic service from Julie and Chris at WalkersXChange. They were professional, quick to respond and highly knowledgeable about the local property market.
Suite 5 , Saville Exchange, Howard Street, North Shields
I am a landlord. I approached Hadrians After nearly a year of very testing times with tenant which included courts, solicitors, council etc.Hayley is absolutely brilliant. I have handed her full management and feel relived.she has more knowledge than some of the professions that I have dealt with and gave me some very solid advice which I wasnt aware of and which you should normally get from payed profession. She is willing to go out of her way above and beyond to help you. She is so understanding and sympathetic. Most companies just want an easy ride and don't want to deal with complications but not these. They will deal with problems as if its their own.I am so glad that I have come across them. The staff there also seem very friendly and professional and I hope to stay with them for many years to come. I really would Highly recommend them to anyone. Thank you so much in advance.
Quite simply, the impression I get from Hadrian Estates is that they couldn't give a damn what condition your rental property is in, so long as they are getting their money each month.
I was told prior to moving in a damp patch was new plaster drying, 2 months in and the damp patch is now considerably larger and has a few damp friends to hang out with too.
The smell when viewing, I was told, was that the property just needed airing, again, 2 months in and the smell, still very much present, is actually as a result of rising damp throughout the whole property, this, as a result, means I'm not using the kitchen as all of the cupboards are damp and therefore stink, not to mention not trusting a 6 inch nail, supporting the cupboard, still 4 inches out of the wall to keep my crockery safe.
The taps turn, literally, they have been loose since day one, the sink isn't attached to the base unit, simply sitting in a hole with only gravity holding it in place.
No form of heating at all in the kitchen, the boiler cuts out if you are using anything plugged into the same feed, so I have to choose if I use my dishwasher, kettle, or heating, but none of them together or the electricity trips out at the main fuse box.
Hadrian sent a lad out to replace an internal fuse but this will only continue to happen if I use my appliances how I chose.
Water, in the form of condensation, often dripping off the upstairs flat's main cold water feed, which is exposed in the kitchen, this has been unresolved for at least 4 years after speaking with previous tenants.
When i mentioned this to Hadrian, they replied that the other tenant was the worst tenant, to quote Jeremy Clarkson, "in the world".
Good to know they don't divulge information on previous tenants to others.
Honestly though, you would like to think they would offer to resolve it but, I mentioned a curtain pole had stuck me on my head as I closed the curtains, the reply, not are you ok, not that shouldn't have happened, but that "there shouldn't have been anything left in the property."
Well Hadrian, I filled more than a wheelie bin with the previous tenants left overs. Thanks.
Did I mention I don't use the living room either, as this too stinks, again from the damp.
The bathroom is freezing cold, the radiator, covered in rust, is pathetic, the toilet is on an angle, but then the whole flat is!
You think I'm joking...
I have a three seater sofa that needs a 5 inch block of wood under one end to keep it any where near level to sit on, my bed, on top of horrible damp smelly carpet is on an angle, a bit like sleeping in a tent on a sloping camp site, only I don't end up with my feet out of the tent door!
My drawers and cupboard doors don't close properly, a bit like every other door in the property really.
I'm no qualified surveyor, but i think I would be hard pushed to find anyone with solid proof against me saying that this property is subsiding.
I've never used a spirit level so much, just trying to level furniture, tv, etc.
I was told the utility meters we all credit/account and in no way top up or pay as you go, yep, you guessed it, all top up meters.
Back on the obvious damp, subject, Hadrian did send a bloke out, he looked, touched and concluded, all within 1 minute, that it was "just your typical Tyneside flat", mentioning he would let Hadrian know.
Still absolutely nothing done!
Mr Kushall is the Landlord and Hadrian tell me he has over 40 properties and is one of their best clients.
Well woop de doo!
Just a small point and not that it, should, matter, Hadrian are fully aware that I am registered disabled and use a wheelchair but even taking into account the Reasonable Responsibility Duty, something they clearly don't recognise, they still allowed me to enter such an appalling property.
On a lighter note, and feel free to laugh, so I don't roll across the room, I have to put the brakes on my wheelchair, INSIDE THE BLOODY HOUSE!