Anoraks about property management… even in a heatwave

Although we occasionally wear hats to our Zoom meetings, it’s anoraks all year round here at Bold & Reeves HQ.Recently a client reported a leak, asking us to send a plumber at once… but before incurring an expensive call out charge, our Property Manager asked for the exact details and whereabouts of the discharge.


Five Tips For Post-Crisis Property Maintenance

At Bold & Reeves our core intention is to reduce the total cost of ownership for prime residential properties, and minimize the amount of stress in our client’s lives. And in the forthcoming period, where it may well be easier to save money than to earn it, and everyone is under pressure to adapt to extreme change, we believe now more than ever before that our mission will see us through.


Safeguarding Our Client’s Best Interests

The three scenarios all homeowners should watch out for

It is down to each of us to safeguard the new ‘post-coronavirus way’ as it emerges, and in these times we believe it is right to blow the whistle on profiteering and greed.We

London’s Block Management Experts

Here at Bold & Reeves virtual HQ, we’ve just sent off our latest brochure to the printers. London block management is changing beyond all recognition – both from within, and in terms of the new emerging context of the post – coronavirus world.


Lockdown Special – You’d Better Call Paul…


It has been said that the Bold & Reeves service is like having a family GP for your property.And whenever anything goes wrong in their home, one of our client’s three-year-old daughter gives the same command:‘You’d better call Paul!’

She is referring to Paul Caley – one of the senior members of the Bold & Reeves property management team.


Navigating the Coronavirus and preparing your home for Spring

As the saying goes, you don’t need a rocket scientist to change a light bulb.

It can help though if you have a nuclear physicist, like our electrician George, from Bulgaria.

Together with his team, George recently changed the light bulbs in a client’s swimming pool at home in London.