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Martin & Co is now trading in Diss and the surrounding areas.
Our letting agents in Diss offers up the usual high quality that you would expect from other Martin & Co Estate & Letting Agencies around the country. With the power of the brand behind the UK's Number 1 Letting Agents coupled with local knowledge and constant effort to provide exemplary service, it's clear why so many landlords and tennants alike are choosing Martin & Co.
We are lucky enough to have great support from Bury St Edmunds, Ipswich, Stowmarket and Norwich offices.
How do we differ from other estate agent and letting agent businesses?
We specialise solely on matching landlords with homes to rent with prospective tenants acting solely as a lettings agent in Diss.
Martin Scowcroft is the new Director for Martin & Co in Diss.
Martin has twenty years experience in Financial Services and has worked for High St banks and multi national companies.
"I have joined Martin & Co at this exciting time for the lettings industry when it is vital for landlords and tenants alike to have a dedicated and professional service that will meet all of their property needs"
Martin is starting this new business model in the property sector at a time when the lettings market is booming. "The plan is to grow the business over the years, to build some strong relationships with landlords, tenants and local businesses."
A professional and personal service is what will differentiate Martin from the competition for renting homes in Diss.
Many towns claim to be 'historic market towns', but there has been a market in the centre of Diss, on the Norfolk/Suffolk border for well over 500 years. The town, which lies in the beautiful Waveney Valley, was established around one of the deepest natural inland lakes in the country. The 6 acre Mere is 18 feet deep, but below this is another 51 feet of mud! The water level is maintained by a number of underground springs near to the northern edge.
The town has a population approaching 7,000. However, the town also serves a recognised rural catchment area of approximately 40,000 people.
The town centre comprises some excellent examples of Georgian and Edwardian buildings, as well as a public park, the Mere and a number of thriving shopping streets and the market place. The Market operates every Friday and coincides with a local antiques and collectables auction which is held at Gazes Saleroom. Speciality markets, flea markets and farmers markets are also held regularly.
To the south-west of the town centre lies Fair Green which was first granted a Royal Charter in 1185 and such activities as bull baiting and cock fighting took place until the fair closed in 1872. The Green is now however, still the location for modern day travelling fairs and circuses.
The town has two modern industrial estates to the east of the town centre and benefits from being on the main London to Norwich main railway line.
Attractions in the area include the town's award winning museum located to the north of the Market Place, the wonderful Steam Museum and Gardens at Bressingham and the zoo at Banham.
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