Choosing your next property usually involves finding a balance between what you want, what you can afford, and what is available. Every individual’s requirements vary, but most buyers’ decisions will be influenced to some degree by budget, location and size.
There are a number of legal documents and procedures that must be completed when buying a property. For the transaction to move as quickly as possible, you will need a reliable property solicitor or conveyancer to take care of the legal and administrative details.
Thank you so much again for all you have done in this process and helping us realise our dream. There is a bad reputation for estate agents. We have seen the worst in action, but also the best – and they work for you.
Ralph and Jane B - Buyer
We met around 8 different estate agents whilst looking for a property and you have genuinely been head and shoulders above anyone else. Actions speak louder than words with respect to agents and it’s fair to say you have constantly delivered what you’ve said.
Adam R - Buyer
From start to finish you have always been helpful, polite, proactive and always answered and returned my phone calls no matter how often I rang you.
Louise V - Buyer
You have always been very professional and reliable with a real sense of genuineness and care for your client, which is invaluable (and rare in my experience). It has been a pleasure having you as my estate agent and I would certainly recommend you to anyone buying or selling a property.
Yuki B - Buyer
You have been very professional and responsive throughout, able to facilitate the transaction correctly plus add lots of value as the key intermediary - a role that you fully understand.