About us

J W & SONS are independent Estate Agents specialising in residential sales, lettings and property management.

We are dedicated to maximizing property asset value for our clients. We quickly adapt to the diversity of individual investors, markets and residents through sound leadership, a unique industry expertise and our steady commitment to service.

Based in West London, J W & SONS was founded by Wiesia Jekaterynczuk with years’ of experience working in local market. Driven by passion for property with proactive and yet personable approach she had a desire to offer clients better quality service for their property needs.

 

''Over the years I have systemised the process from finding tenants to managing the maintenance and tenancy. With a record of no rental arrears and no ‘trashed properties’, I decided it was what I was good at and hence, what I should stick to''

 

J W & SONS are member of ARLA and ensure our staff are trained to the highest level providing quality in service.

As regulated members of ARLA this means that any monies we hold on your behalf is insured by these regulatory bodies. This gives you peace of mind and financial protection with the knowledge that your money will always be safe in our hands under the ARLA Client Money Protection Scheme.

We are member of The Property Ombudsman (TPO) for Sales and Lettings therefore subscribe to TPO's Codes of Practice. This government approved independent redress scheme gives consumers additional protection beyond that required by law.

 

           

 

 

Our Latest News

  • Value of Buy To Let sector has grown 5.5% in a year despite challenges

    The latest Kent Reliance Buy to Let Britain report - seen as a snapshot of the state of health of the private rental landscape - shows the sector to be growing but with landlords doing more to minimise the effect of recent tax changes.   The latest report, released this morning, shows:   -...

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  • Right To Rent may be tweaked as part of Brexit process

    The controversial Right To Rent, which obliges letting agents and landlords to check the right of prospective tenants to live in the UK, may be amended because of Brexit.   The Queen’s Speech contained proposals for eight Bills which, pending the government securing majorities in the houses of Commons and Lords, will...

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