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With over 35 years’ experience in the London property market, KFH are perfectly placed to find you the right property.
We have a network of over 50 interconnected branches across London. The size of our network, combined with our local knowledge and property market expertise means we are able to connect buyers with the right properties, whatever the requirement.
Our complete property service includes complementary services to ensure that your property purchase is as seamless as possible. This includes:
- RICS accredited chartered surveyors providing a variety of survey and valuation services
- A panel of independent law firms who are experts in the London property market and provide a fixed fee conveyancing service
- We offer unbiased mortgage and protection products, exclusively through Legal & General
- A complete lettings service to assist everyone from first time landlords to experienced investors in renting and managing property on a short or long term basis
We help buyers maximise their property search by providing comprehensive search functionality so you can search by area, postcode, street, proximity to schools and public transport. Our knowledgeable local experts are on hand to understand your requirements and deliver a tailored service whether you are a first time buyer or an experienced investor.
Our local area information section provides research tools for Land Registry sold price data and local council tax rates and bands. Our comprehensive area guides provide information on over 60 areas across London including details about local amenities, green spaces, transport links and local schools.
To see how we can help make your next property move a success, contact your local KFH branch today.
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