“Making property guardianship as good as it can get”
We are delighted to be featured in January’s issue of Time Out where they described Dot Dot Dot as ‘making property guardianship as good as it can get for landlords and guardians alike’.
Have a read of the full article below.
Dot Dot Dot stands for property guardianship done well
We are a social enterprise which houses people in buildings that would otherwise be empty
We respect our guardians, selecting only the very best while supporting them to further the interests of their neighbourhood and to provide a high level of service to the property’s owner. This is a win-win-win for property guardians, owners and communities.Find out more
“It’s a really cool place – I can use it to work in like an office, and there’s already a great community.”Pete, Whitechapel
“There’s an instant community feel here which is great. Looking forward to organising movie nights and board games nights with the other guardians.”Caitlin, Whitechapel
“Dot Dot Dot has helped me get to know people around my area and it has been a great introduction to volunteering.”Lamonte, Sutton
“Dot Dot Dot has been a perfect springboard to the city.”Tom, Croydon
“If I wasn’t a property guardian I would either be paying a ridiculous amount of money on renting in London or unable to move out of my grandmother’s house at all. I certainly wouldn’t be able to afford to spend time volunteering.”Bella, Bow
“Being a property guardian with Dot Dot Dot means you do more than simply live somewhere. Instead, because you volunteer you really become part of the community. The best bit is knowing you’ve made a difference and have had a positive impact on those around you.”Tim, High Wycombe
“As a property guardian with Dot Dot Dot I save £450 per month compared with what I used to pay on rent – that’s a significant difference.”Josh, Poplar
“It’s great because I often work from home. Because it’s a huge building you have you’re own space, but if you want to hang out with other guardians you can.”Sarah, Whitechapel
“When I started investigating guardianship options, Dot Dot Dot stood out because of the emphasis on volunteering and contributing to the local community.”Alison, Bow
“Once I knew that everyone was up for 16 hours of volunteering a month, I felt pretty confident they’d be great, considerate housemates, and they are.”Kit, Croydon