Felicity J Lord
Hackney, London, E8
1/5, 14 reviews
0% recommended
25% sales valuation accuracy
0% sales fee satisfaction
100% lettings valuation accuracy
20% lettings fee satisfaction
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Felicity J Lord
310 Mare Street
Hackney,London
Greater London
E8 1EJ
020 8986 2698

Performance statistics
Services Valuation Accuracy Fees Satisfaction Min Price of property reviewed Max Price of property reviewed
Sales 25% 0% £0 £0
Lettings 100% 20% £1,200 £1,516
Review statistics
From Landlords From Tenants From Vendors From Buyers Other
0 1 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 6
Areas covered
  • E8
  • E9
  • E5
  • E2
Services offered
  • Sales
  • Lettings
  • Block Management
  • Surveys
  • Conveyancing
  • Mortgage Advice
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Latest Properties

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“Calls go to a concierge (who are delightful) ......”

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Oct 12,2021
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By: 'Twinkleboat'
Oct 12,2021
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Calls go to a concierge (who are delightful) - but no-one calls you back. 2 months and waiting for response from manager! Terrible service...
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“I have been waiting since November for a depo......”

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Mar 23,2020
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By: 'Christie'
Mar 23,2020
3 people found
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I have been waiting since November for a deposit refund and we are now approaching April. My concern is less about the money now but more about the outright disregard and care given to me. After being dealt with by the initial agent whom I ...
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“Unimpressed...”

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Dec 18,2018
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By: 'ABC'
Dec 18,2018
2 people found
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Viewed a property on Thursday evening (we were the first people to view the property). We put down a holding deposit of £1000 the next day and were assured that this meant noone else would be able to view the property. We were then informed on ...
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Agent fees are the highest we've come across so far.
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“Worst experience ever...”

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Jun 14,2018
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By: 'Kirsty'
Jun 14,2018
2 people found
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Renting through FJL has been the most horrendous, stressful experience in my 10 years in London. So much has gone wrong it's too much to list. They have been so incompetent and unhelpful. I would warn anyone to avoid them unless you want to have the ...
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Comment on agent fees
Bad - c £500 just for reference checks and signing a lease
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“This was the most horrific experience I've ever had and ......”

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May 11,2016
Minithumbdown
By: 'KD'
May 11,2016
2 people found
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This was the most horrific experience I've ever had and I lived in London for nearly a decade. Scandalous behaviour. I kind of wish they were rude to me, at least then I would have some substance. They gave us the wrong keys, they didn't ...
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What agent could do to change your mind?
Over four hundred pounds for showing us the flat and e-mailing us the contract? With putting us in conflict (now resolved) with landlady.
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Over four hundred pounds for showing us the flat and e-mailing us the contract? With putting us in conflict (now resolved) with landlady.
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By: ross
Mar 09, 2018
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Hi there, We apologies for the poor experience you received with us, please email in to help@fjlord.co.uk so we can look into your experience. Thank you, Regards Ross ...

“Felicity J Lord charged us over £400 for 'reference checks' 'coordinateion ......”

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Nov 29,2014
Minithumbdown
By: 'J'
Nov 29,2014
5 people found
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Felicity J Lord charged us over £400 for 'reference checks' 'coordinateion 'check in' service when we rented our flat through them. This is over double what we've paid before over the past 4 years in London. So as per their website and company literature we expected a ...
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What agent could do to change your mind?
Listened to me and understood my very reasonable request without arrogance or laying blame on everyone else.
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These do not at all reflect the service FJL provide, not only was the service poor and incomplete when I questioned them on it they were arrogant and defensive which I don't expect when paying for a premium service. You cannot claim to provide a list of services to validate a huge fee then when these services are not delivered shrug off responsibility.
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By: Customer Relations Manager
Dec 05, 2014
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Dear J Berridge I'm really sorry to hear this. Please can you email help@fjlord.co.uk so we can look into this for you. Many thanks Melanie Smith Customer Relations Manager ...

“My partner and I let a flat through FJ Lord ......”

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Apr 11,2014
Minithumbdown
By: 'Damien'
Apr 11,2014
1 people found
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My partner and I let a flat through FJ Lord which was managed by their maintenance company from June 2012 ¢â‚¬â€œ December 2013. It pains me to have to spend the time writing this review but I was disgusted, continually shocked and frankly appalled at the level of ¢â‚¬Ëœ...
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By: bazhaz123
Sep 07, 2015
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I was charged £300 for tenant referencing and changing one name on the tenancy when I took it over from another tenant. This is three times any amount I have paid before. When I received the contract I found my signature had been forged so I was not able to raise concerns about any of the clauses. The worst of these is that it says they keep any interest accrued on our deposit. THIS IS NOT COMPLIANT with the tenancy deposit scheme. There are several things which don't work or are in poor repair ...

“They take your card details before putting an offer through ......”

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Feb 27,2014
Minithumbdown
By: 'Mehmet'
Feb 27,2014
1 people found
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They take your card details before putting an offer through to the landlord and if the offer is accepted they withdraw a £1000 security deposit. This security deposit is mainly to secure THEMSELVES that you wont back away from your offer or you'll lose your deposit ...
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What agent could do to change your mind?
Be honorable!
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“Really bad experience. They take £1000 holding deposit off you if ......”

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Mar 22,2013
Minithumbdown
By: 'iamtuesdaygirl'
Mar 22,2013
3 people found
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Really bad experience. They take £1000 holding deposit off you if you change your mind for good reasons. Really upset that we won't be getting money back, but have found a much nicer place with a much more reputable agent....
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“Felicity J Lord are so unbelievably useless, threatening, expensive and ......”

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Jul 14,2012
Minithumbdown
By: 'Frank'
Jul 14,2012
3 people found
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Felicity J Lord are so unbelievably useless, threatening, expensive and ineffective that I had to share it here in the hope that other people don't have to experience it. Every dealing with them over the two years I have been renting (as a tenant) through ...
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“I cannot express enough how awful my experience has been ......”

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Mar 28,2012
Minithumbdown
By: 'Adam'
Mar 28,2012
10 people found
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I cannot express enough how awful my experience has been with Felicity J Lord. From the day we were meant to move in up till now 9 months later there has been nothing but problems and any attempt at getting resolutions is like getting blood out ...
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By: Adam
Mar 28, 2012
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After reading the other reviews they reminded me of something else that we had the same problem with. We asked if there were any hidden fees before we moved and were told there were none. On moving day when we were desperate for somewhere to move to suddenly we have to pay hundreds of pounds in admin costs and legal costs and costs to produce the tenancy agreement etc etc. I cant remember if it was as much as the £600 that others have mentioned, but it was definitely more than £100 from each o ...

“Never before has an Agent taken a deposit and said "......”

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Mar 02,2012
Minithumbdown
By: 'tomskipp'
Mar 02,2012
4 people found
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Never before has an Agent taken a deposit and said "You have the flat" only to call 4 days later and say "You don't have the flat". To compound this illegality 8 days after I paid them my deposit they are yet to repay it. This agent ...
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“Fees for moving into a 1 bedroom flat - £630. Will never ......”

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Feb 20,2012
Minithumbdown
By: 'Wish'
Feb 20,2012
6 people found
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Fees for moving into a 1 bedroom flat - £630. Will never use Felicity J Lord again once this 12 month contract is up....
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What agent could do to change your mind?
They should immediately inform you of ALL of their fees, not tell you while you are filling in an offer form. Far too much information required for guarantors, even after that they charge ‚£30 for a further previous landlord reference and expect you to sort it out.
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“They charge staggering fees!! They were not up front about ......”

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Dec 01,2011
Minithumbdown
By: 'gowger'
Dec 01,2011
8 people found
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They charge staggering fees!! They were not up front about them at all and despite my asking them several times if there were any fees I should know about they only drop the bomb at the last minute when we are desperate to move in. 600 ...
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What agent could do to change your mind?
Not charge such insane fees, and being transparent about them from the outset.
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By: Adam
Mar 28, 2012
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We had exactly the same problem. We asked if there were any hidden fees before we moved and were told there were none. On moving day when desperate suddenly we have to pay hundreds of pounds in admin costs and legal costs etc etc. I can remember if it was as much as £600 , we managed to reduce it a bit but was definitely more than £100 for each of the 3 of us moving in. ...
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