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Tracey Gosnell

Head of Property Management

Opening times

Monday
9am - 6pm
Tuesday
9am - 6pm
Wednesday
9am - 6pm
Thursday
9am - 6pm
Friday
9am - 6pm
Saturday
9am - 5pm
Sunday
Closed

Address

Intercounty Property Management
Unit 1, Birchanger Industrial Estate
Stansted Road
Bishop's Stortford
CM23 2TH
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About Intercounty Property Management

At Intercounty we have focussed our experience and invested specifically into the Property Management area of the lettings business. Our research has shown that the best way for us to look after your property as if it were our own, is to centralise our dedicated specialist Property Managers and Investment Team.

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Meet the Property Management Team

Tracey Gosnell

Head of Property Management

Kelly Macavoy

Property Manager

Gemma Hainsbury

Property Inspector

Leoni White

Property Manager

Julia Sansom

Property Manager

Jayme Walker

Property Manager

Kathryn Keats

Property Manager

Carly McLaughlin

Property Manager

Dimple Johal

Property Manager

Paul Fuller

Property Inspectors

Julie Dicks

Property Inspectors

Joseph Watch

Property Manager

Joanne Whitrod

Property Manager

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October 29th 2020
You will find Intercounty is committed to providing you with the best standard of service in the local housing market. We also keep in touch with the national market, ensuring you make an informed decision whenever you make a move in the housing market.
October 26th 2020
If you are wondering how the recently announced stamp duty holiday will impact you, and the local Stansted housing market, we are here to assist you. At Intercounty, we take immense pride in supporting the local Stansted community, and if you have any questions or queries regarding the housing market, we are here to help.
October 23rd 2020
While we are local specialists in the Sawbridgeworth housing market, at Intercounty, we like to keep in touch with what is happening around the country. We stay abreast of national housing market matters, with the stamp duty holiday a prime example of what we can assist you with.
October 21st 2020
When you have happy tenants, being a landlord is a lot easier. A happy tenant is more likely to pay on time, and they are inclined to stay in your rental property for longer. This should ensure you minimise void periods.
October 20th 2020
It will not be a surprise to anyone that tenants, much in the same way as buyers, are reconsidering what matters to them in a rental property right now. The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted every aspect of our life, and it is easy to see many people have re-evaluated what matters to them at home.
October 19th 2020
At Intercounty, we know many local landlords struggle to comply with regulations. At the start of 2020, English landlords had to comply with more than 150 regulations. When you consider that regulations are also updated, and new regulations being introduced; most landlords need a helping hand.
October 14th 2020
Buying a home for the first time? Check out our step-by-step guide on what to expect throughout the process. 
October 12th 2020
Intercounty is proud to to be listed in the 2021 Best Estate Agent Guide as Exceptional for Lettings.
October 9th 2020
We know landlords have a lot of regulations to contend with, and keeping in touch with regulations is a challenging part of being a landlord. You might not be aware of this, but landlords in England must comply with more than 150 regulations.
October 8th 2020
When the property market re-opened, there was a considerable amount of activity from buyers. This was the main focus for the media, but there was also a significant level of activity in the rental market.
October 1st 2020
At Intercounty, we offer local expertise in the housing market, but we also stay in touch with what is happening across the country. An example of this would be the stamp duty holiday announced in early July, as this will impact buyers and vendors across the country.
September 23rd 2020
There have been no new restrictions placed on the property market meaning you are still able to buy, sell, let or rent your property. Find out how we're keeping you safe.