KFH opens in Camberwell

Kinleigh Folkard & Hayward (KFH), one of London’s largest independent property services groups, is proud to announce that it has opened a new branch in Camberwell, taking their south east London coverage to 18 branches.

Located at 17-19 Camberwell Church Street, and offering both sales and lettings services, the branch will be headed up by Anthony Finn, Sales Branch Director and Clement Edewor, Lettings Branch Director. With more than 25 years of property experience between them, focused predominately in south east London, they bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the Camberwell market place.

Clement Edewor (L) and Anthony Finn (R)

Anthony says: “Camberwell is a dynamic and diverse community with a rich history and a strong property market. Clement and I, and the rest of our teams have a great understanding of the local market and we look forward to providing a personalised experience and expert advice to all of our clients.”

Clement says: “I can’t wait to inject my energy and passion for property into Camberwell. There is tremendous growth in the area and it is only right that we give our clients a branch of their own.”

Lee Watts, Managing Director at KFH, comments: “The addition of Camberwell to our south east London network will consolidate our position as market leaders in the area. I have every confidence that, with Anthony and Clement at the helm, this branch will be another KFH success story.”

Watts continues: “Compared with the first four months of 2023, the market has seen a significant recovery with sales increasing by over 25% across our more than 60 branch network. Sentiment in the market continues to improve and with interest rates likely to start falling during the second half of 2024, the future is looking extremely positive.” 

The new branch is open now on 17-19 Camberwell Church St

As part of KFH’s ongoing commitment to community engagement, the branch is also displaying the work of local artists. Visit the office to see the work of Catherine Lette – a Camberwell based artist who has been shortlisted for the prestigious Ingram Prize ’22, as well as work from Michelle Baharier, an acclaimed award winning graduate of The Slade School of Fine Art, London.