Now Rooms Manchester
Welcome to Now Rooms Manchester, your dedicated letting management agency for room lets in Manchester. We cover all areas of Manchester, from the Northern Quarter, the city centre, Salford, Media City, Stretford and Trafford, Chorlton-cum-Hardy and Withington are our popular areas. We cover everywhere within the M60.
We help tenants find their perfect home, in the right area and living with the right people. Our tenants are mostly professionals, people in full time employment. We also work with mature students and students. We help overseas workers find accommodation and can also cater for short term lets.
We work with a range of landlords from those who live in Manchester, some live too far away across the country and some that live abroad. The one thing in common is that we provide a hands off service for all our landlords.
If you are a tenant and new to the area then speak to one of our friendly team today and we can help you find your next home. Let us know all your requirements and if we can’t find you something straight away we will put you at the top of the list for when something does.
Who we are
Specialist room letting agency in Manchester
Small team of five people
Full time viewer, every day of the week
Full time enquiry handler
Based on Swan Street in the Northern Quarter of Manchester
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