We first met Colin when he was photographing our home for a local estate agent. When we reviewed the brochure and website link we were both very impressed. Having bought two houses in South West France to rent as holiday lets we needed to create a website which would obviously need photography and floor plans. We approached Colin and asked if he would be prepared to travel to France to undertake the work for us. If was difficult to persuade him to visit such a lovely part of the world and to stay for a week but eventually he agreed. The result can be seen on www.southfrancepropertyrentals.co.uk. We believe the photography is spectacular and are convinced that this is one of the main reasons we have two of the most booked properties in the region.
I am delighted to be associated with Colin Lawton and Property Lens, our relationship over the last number of years has been a great benefit to our business, as not only do Colin and his team offer a professional and dynamic service they act as an ambassador on our behalf when dealing with our clients, I would have no hesitation in recommending Colin and his team
MSW Hewetsons have had the pleasure of working with Property Lens for many years and as a business we pride ourselves on offering a top quality, highly professional service which Property Lens Ltd certainly provides. Property Lens Ltd continues to produce a flawless package including the latest innovative techniques which can supply our company with that competitive edge. We would highly recommend their services.
We were looking at changing supplier and I can clearly remember one Spring Saturday morning making calls to several potential new firms. The majority of my enquiries were dealt with efficiently, but with very little passion. With Colin, I was dealing with the owner and founder of the Company and his passion behind his work soon became clear. After our first trial run we have become ‘hooked’ on the service and found that it has not only raised the profile of our properties but also raised the profile of ourselves.’