19 September 2014

Linley & Simpson has unveiled a new look - as part of its continuing efforts to make the letting process as easy as possible for prospective landlords and tenants.

The new branding will be form eye-catching feature of every part of the comp

Four of the company's nine offices have already been refurbished and modernised to reflect the new approach, while plans are in place through a rolling programme of investment to transform the remaining five branches. This includes extending it to wall murals and point-of-sale displays.

"We wanted to demystify the process of letting and becoming a landlord," said Director Nick Simpson. "We have created a new look that aims to illustrate our friendly and approachable way of doing business, making the whole process as hassle-free and stress-free as possible.

"We wanted to stand out from other agents in the marketplace by adopting a brand that harnessed a bespoke illustration style, as opposed to stock photos or images which can look outdated and hackneyed.

"We continually strive to improve customer service through communication and strengthening our brand visually in this way adds a new dimension that also underlines our aim of being innovative."

He added: "It enables us to convey accurately, and highlight, important information in bite-sized pieces - steering clear of overly-complex and wordy documentation that can be difficult to absorb."

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