How much could I earn with Sykes?

We understand that letting properties can be a main source of income and a full-time job, so we want to make sure you're offered a competitive price.


Average potential earnings

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Local Holiday Letting Expertise in the Heart of England

Tudor market towns. Sleepy villages. Tumbling hills and wide valleys. The Heart of England is waiting to be explored.

From riverside retreats to cosy miner’s cottages, over 1,000 property owners trust Sykes to bring in more bookings and income in the Heart of England. With some owners achieveing more than 50 bookings a year, you could earn an extra £30K on average a year.

We understand that your investment is important and we can work hard to help you get the best out of it. Call us or fill in our form and we’ll get back in touch to discuss any questions you may have.

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Holiday letting made easy in the Heart of England

  • price-setting
    Our market-leading systems perfectly price your property in line with demand.
  • early-payment
    Payment in advance of bookings, creating immediate cash-flow for you.
  • new-owner-care-team
    Your dedicated account manager will ensure you get up and running smoothly.
  • guest-comm3
    24h emergency helpline for guests, taking away all the hassle.
  • cleaning
    Full property management and cleaning services available.
  • property-listing-page
    Professional photography and written descriptions to sell your property at its best.
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Here's why our local experts love their job

Rachel Kilgallon

Having been in partnership with the Sykes family for over 10 years I find it rewarding to hear about an owner's success and help them grow with Sykes.

Hazel Williams

Having numerous years of being a holiday let owner myself, I love giving advice on how to maximise bookings with Sykes.

Paul Young

I enjoy meeting, advising and supporting our owners to then provide the best holiday experiences for their guests at Sykes.

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