Simply Let is an Inverness-based residential letting specialist directly managed by its owners. We are not a franchise or a branch of a national firm and our business depends totally on customer satisfaction. We specialise in residential lettings in Inverness and the Highlands.

Why use us?

  • We take care to let only to responsible tenants
  • We have never had unpaid rent
  • You will benefit from RICS client money protection
  • You'll receive clear and timely communication when it matters

Simply Let is the only residential lettings specialist in Inverness to be Regulated by RICS, the world's leading professional body for qualifications and standards in land, property and construction.  This assures you of a professional level of service from staff who have the expertise to work to the highest standards and assures you also, importantly, of client money protection so that your financial interests are safeguarded.Simply Let is also licensed by ARLA and is accredited by Landlord Accreditation Scotland in recognition of consistent use of best practice.

 

75% of our manangement team are landlords in their own right.

 

     "It's very reassuring knowing you're there handling this for us" - J Busbridge, Isle of Lewis

     " You have been wonderful. We have really appreciated your attention to detail."  - Dr Laura Marshall

 

Meet the Simply Let team

Services

We offer a full range of lettings services, which can be tailored to your needs.

Contact Us

Contact us now for a no obligation free rental assessment of your property or, whether landlord or tenant, if you require any guidance or advice on lettings matters.

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Latest News

What Will 2017 Hold for Inverness Landlords?

2nd January 2017

2017 is likely to be a challenging time for buy-to-let landlords in Inverness following a number of apparently anti-landlord fiscal measures introduced by the UK government, but in spite of this buy-to-let continues to be an attractive investment at a time of low saving rates and stock market volatility. Despite the...

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