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Tenant charged £835 … to scribble a new name on a contract

Published on Saturday 15th of April 2017 06:00:17 AM in Guardian

Shame on Winkworth, the self-styled “largest estate agency brand in London and one of the fastest-growing in England”. Four young guys rent a property via the agency in Herne Hill, south London. One decides to move on so the others search for a new flatmate. The ...

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