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Estate agents in the Nottingham area

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Eddison Wells is privileged to have an office in Nottingham. As as a Nottingham Mortgage Broker we value the opportunity to 

You have probably had it being asked several times before whether it's necessary to have an estate agent in the first place. Well, while it's not entirely mandatory to have an agency as you carry out your buying and selling transactions, to be quite honest, it helps to have someone by your side who can show you the ropes of how things are done and advise you accordingly on the best way to go about it.

They also make your work so much easier because they not only bargain terms on your behalf but they also do all the paperwork that is required, liaise with your solicitor, initiate negotiations with your sellers or buyers and keep an eye on the sequence of your sellers and buyers.

A List of Estate Agents in Nottingham

  • David James Estate Agents

Being an award-winning independent residential lettings and sales agency, David James no doubt brings a lot to the table in as far as flawless service and professionalism is concerned. This is in addition to the fact that their site has a vast array of enhanced features that make the process of buying and selling a bit more interactive and edifying at the same time.

More to that, the agency has also proved itself worthy of acclamation by virtue of its impeccable performance as a selling and buying assistant. Below are their contact details as well as business addresses that you can use to get in touch with them whenever you have any queries.

Telephone: 0115 955 5550





Business Address: 102 Front Street, Arnold, Nottingham, NG5 7EJ

Business Address 2: 317 Carlton Hill, Carlton, Nottingham, NG4 1GL

Business Address 3: 45b Plains Road, Mapperley, Nottingham, NG3 5JU

  • Haart Estate Agents

By virtue of being part of the largest independent agency in the UK, it goes without saying that the Haart estate agency is no stranger at all in the real estate scene. In fact, most of the customers who have had the pleasure of getting a hand from Haart will tell you that it is best placed in as far as seeing your home fetch some of the best prices in the market is concerned. More so because they have tons of expert knowledge that helps them ensure that your property attracts the right kinds of buyers and they have an excellent customer service that provides the best atmosphere for selling and buying property. Here's how you can get in touch with them.

Telephone: 0115 941 1311





Business Address: Haart Nottingham, 16/18 Upper Parliament Street, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG1 2AD

  • Savills Estate Agents

Whether you want information regarding residential, commercial, rural or development property, Savills estate agency is the best agency for all your needs. Located in the Lace Market of Nottingham city, this edifying agency has basically a comprehensive array of expertise all housed under one roof with a breadth of service that ensures you have all the backup that you require to exploit the many opportunities that the Nottingham real estate market offers.

Telephone: 0115 934 8000



Business Address: Enfield Chambers 18 Low Pavement Nottingham Nottinghamshire NG1 7DG

  • Chadwells Estate Agents

Chadwell's estate agency is a family run establishment with over 20 years of experience in not only buying but also renting and selling of property. They cover a vast array of areas including lettings, sales, relocation advice as well as the area of property management.

Basically speaking, they are a jack of all trades in as far as being a handy help in the property scene is concerned. Among their many successes and things that they pride themselves in include the fact that they have a professional staff that puts the client's needs ahead of anything else as well as the fact that they have tons of qualifications and experience in the craft.

Telephone: 0162 386 1861




Business Address: Forest Road NG22 9QT Ollerton, Nottinghamshire

  • Granger & Oaks Estate Agents

Granger & Oaks is an independently owned estate agency that seeks to provide its clients with letting and estate agency services that are indisputably impeccable. They have in their midst a team of well-trained hardworking professionals that deliver services to a vast array of customers across the board with utmost professionalism and honesty at all times.

It would be an ideal pick for anyone who's in Nottingham and looking for an agency that can provide remarkably impeccable services tailored to benefit the customer and tend to their needs.

Telephone: 0115 962 9770





Business Address: 2b-4b Hucknall Road, Nottingham, NG5 1AB

  • Northwood Estate Agents

Welcome to Northwood estate agency. A leading estate agency with over 25 years of experience in estate agency and lettings and a chunk of knowledge in industry trends. They have a finger on practically everything you would need to know for a smooth transaction including the property pulse in the Nottingham area and its surroundings.

Therefore, whether it's buying, selling, letting or renting of a property that you need help with, you can be sure that you will get some incredible help from the Northwood team anytime any day.

Telephone: 0115 969 3456





Business Address: 568 Mansfield Road Nottingham NG5 2FS

Nottingham is no doubt not short of credible estate agencies that can be of help when you most need it. With the above suggestions, you will be able to find one that will no doubt best suit your needs and provide you a breathtaking experience.

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Estate Agents in the Leeds area

Estate Agents in the Leeds area

Eddison Wells is privileged to have an office in Leeds. As as a Leeds Mortgage Broker we value the opportunity to work in an area surrounded by world heritage sites .

AFK Estates 

335a Roundhay Road, Leeds, LS8 4HT 

Call 0113 427 0217

AFK Estates is a Leeds based independent Sales, Lettings and Property Management. They pride themselves in a quality, professional service and emphasise the importance of achieving good relationships with customers. AFK estates are protected with PI+CMP and are a member of The Property Ombudsman. They offer a free, no obligation market appraisal.

Barrington and Blake 

24 Commercial Street, Rothwell, Leeds, LS26 0AW 

Call 0113 482 9930

Facebook: @barringtonandblake

Twitter: @barrandblake 

Barrington and Blake are a family owned agency in Rothwell. Growing in experience and knowledge since 2005, Barrington and Blake have assisted home owners in Selling, Letting, Renting or Buying property in the Leeds and Wakefield area. They pride themselves in a personal approach and endeavour to make their customers experience as stress free as possible. They are also a member of The Property Ombudsman.

Belvoir - Leeds South 

89 Queen Street, Morley, Leeds, LS27 8DX 

Call 0113 427 8618

Facebook: @BelvoirUK

Twitter: @BelvoirUK

Belvoir Leeds North West is award winning with services that include Selling, Buying, Lettings, Property Management, Investment Advice, Insurances and Mortgages. They pride themselves in a quality and professional service that aims to achieve the highest price possible for their customers. Belvoir Leeds North West offer a free, no obligation Property Investment Consultation and are a member of The National Approved Letting Scheme (NALS) and The Property Ombudsman.

Brooklands Robinson 

101 Town Street, Armley, Leeds, LS12 3HD 

Call 0113 427 9081

Brooklands Robinson and Brooklands Rents boast over 30 years of experience in sales and lettings. They pride themselves with a quality, professional customer service and endeavour to make buying, selling, letting and developing properties as easy and stress-free. They claim, 'Our staff pride themselves on our customer service skills and are delighted by the amount of word of mouth referrals and repeat customers'. Brooklands Robinson and Brooklands Rents are a member of Property Redress Scheme (PRS) and The Property Ombudsman.


188a Roundhay Road, Leeds, LS8 5PL 

Call 0113 427 8667

Facebook: @care4propertiesleeds

Twitter: @CareProperties 

Care4Properties offers Sales, Letting and Management services to landlords. They boast expert advice, hassle-free service and relations with overseas and local investors. Care4Properties claim, 'We can sell your house far quicker than other agents and we promise that we can achieve full value by advertising your house to local and overseas investors'. They are a member of The Property Ombudsman and The Association of Residential Agents (ARLA) and The National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA).


13 The Crescent, Hyde Park, Leeds, LS6 2NW 

Call 0113 482 9964

Facebook: @Danhamz

Danhamz specialises in Lettings and Sales. They boasts the ability to understand the individual requirements of customers, endeavouring to match their clients with the perfect property. They are a member of the Property Redress Scheme (PRS).


4 Wolsey Parade, Sherburn in Elmet, Leeds, LS25 6BQ

Call 01977 308925

Facebook: @emsleysestateagents

Twitter: @EmsleysProperty 

Emsleys offer Buying, Selling, Renting and Letting services and emphasise the importance on making the experience as supportive and stress-free as possible. They claim to offer exceptional in-depth knowledge and a quality service at a 'highly competitive, all-inclusive fee. 

Hatched - North Yorks 

Hatched Head Office, Houghton Place, Arenson Way, Dunstable, LU5 5UL 

Call 0113 427 8515


Hunters - Leeds 

15 Park Place, Leeds, LS1 2SJ 

Call 0113 427 8750

Facebook: @HuntersEstateAgent

Twitter: HuntersLeeds 

Founded in 1992, Hunters boasts 'excellent customer service, unrivalled pro-activity and [achieve] the best possible results for our customers'. They claim themselves to be one of the UK's leading estate agents and have over 150 independently owned branches throughout the country. Offering Selling and Letting of properties, Hunters endeavours to ensure maximum exposure to potential buyers, tenants and investors and prides themselves on excellent customer service, claiming that 96% of customers would recommend them. They are members of The National Approved Letting Scheme (NALS), The Property Ombudsman, The Association of Residential Agents (ARLA) and The National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA).

Kath Wells 

69 Lower Wortley Road, Wortley, LS12 4SL 

Call 0113 826 7061

Facebook: @KathWellsEstateAgents

Twitter: @KathWellsAgents 

Kath Wells are a well established Leeds estate agent firm. They offer Buying, Selling, Renting and Letting services and boast a friendly and approachable team that can 'handle every aspect of your property transaction from valuation and introduction to offer and completion'. They pride themselves in their experienced, knowledgeable and professional service and claim to have a wide selection of residential properties in Leeds and cater for all types of prospective home owners and tenants. They aim to maintain close contact with all parties to ensure an experience that is as smooth and hassle-free as possible. Kath Wells is a member of The Property Ombudsman and The National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA).

KW Estates 

298 Upper Town Street, Bramley, Leeds, LS13 2ER 

Call 0113 427 0061

KW Estates is an independent estate agency based in Leeds and boast 25 years experience in Selling and Property Management. They pride themselves in their knowledgeable service and offer free valuations, no hidden costs, sale fees from 1%, free accompanied views full colour details and unlimited advertising. KW Estates are a member of The Property Ombudsman.

Leeds Accommodation Bureau 

27 Kirkgate, Leeds, LS2 7DR 

Call 0113 427 8980

Facebook: @LeedsAccommodationBureau

Twitter: @LeedsAccom 

Leeds Accommodation Bureau is a Leeds estate agent specialising in Selling, Letting and Managing Properties. They boast over 35 years experience and pride themselves in having a highly experienced and professional team who have detailed knowledge and quality customer service. Leeds Accommodation Bureau is a member of The Property Ombudsman.

Martin & Co Leeds Horsforth 

93 New Road Side, Horsforth, Leeds, LS18 4QD 

Call 0113 482 9916

Facebook: @MartinCoLeedsHorsforth

Twitter: @@MaC_Horsforth 

Martin & Co prides themselves in being the largest Letting and Property Management franchise business in the UK. They boast a network of over 200 offices and award-winning service. Opened in 2006 and owned and managed by Alison Bell, Martin & Co claim to have a 'small but highly knowledgeable team who have a professional approach and make it their business to adapt the services to meet the customer needs'. They are a member of The Property Ombudsman and The National Approved Letting Scheme (NALS).

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Estate Agents in the London area

Estate Agents in the London area

Eddison Wells is privileged to have an office in London. As as a London Mortgage Broker we value the opportunity to work in the capital, surrounded by heritage sites.

When it comes to putting up a piece of property for sale or even buying one, there are a number of facets and dynamics that are involved. Dynamics that may not quite augur well with a number of people especially if they don't really have the know-how of how to go about it. To that end, it is vital and to some extent critical for one to find an estate agent who can help with ironing out all there is to know about the transactions and the process in general. Below are some few suggestions of valuable estate agents that you can find while in London.

  • Aspire Estate Agents

Aspire is an independent agency that by and large specializes in property for rent and sale in London. They basically combine a little bit of energy and a pint of expertise alongside litheness and veracity in their service offerings so as to provide their customers with a remarkably enchanting experience throughout the stages of selling, letting and buying.

Telephone: +44 20 7736 6110





Business Address: 122 Wandsworth Bridge RoadSW6 2TF London, United Kingdom

  • Savills Estate Agents

There is no doubt at all that there are a lot of things that come into play when you make a decision to either buy or sell a piece of property. However, agreeably, it is not even the transaction that holds you back most times when you feel reluctant. It is actually the tedious process that comes along with the transaction that completely complicates the whole process. That is why for the most part estate agents try to make the ordeal a little less tedious than that it already is by doing all the work for you including pitching and marketing your property to potential clients or negotiating terms on your behalf. Fortunately for you, Savills is one of the estate agents in London that has earned a name for itself in the industry for being a dependable and reliable team of agents that help you carry out your transactions without any imminent hurdles.

Telephone: +44 (0) 20 7499 8644



Business Address: 33 Margaret Street London W1G 0JD

  • Acord Group Estate Agents

Committed, skillful and conscientious are just but a few of the many adjectives that best describe the Acord Group estate agency in London. Having been around for almost 30 years now, the agency brings to the table a chunk of knowledge and expertise that resonates well with what is currently happening in the property market. Needless to say, it's exactly what you would need to sell, buy, let and rent property without any hurdles at all.

Telephone: +44 20 8315 6970





Business Address: 1 Sherman Road, Bromley, Kent, BR1 3JH

  • Keaton Estate Agents

Keaton is an estate agency situation in London that has over 100 property experts and an unrivaled level of advice and support. To most part, their services are designed in such a way that they make their clients feel as comfortable as they possibly can whilst providing high-quality marketing that clinches the latest technology in the industry.

Telephone: +44 20 7650 5158





Business Address: 6-8 Great Eastern Street EC2A 3NT London, United Kingdom

  • Atkinson McLeod Balham Estate Agents

If you've been around people that keep up to date with real estate news, then you have probably heard of the Atkinson estate agency at one point or another in your interactions with them. The long and short of the Atkinson story is that it is a top class estate agency that seeks to lend a helping hand to clients seeking advice and help with buying, selling, letting and renting their property.

Among their many qualities include the fact that they have a hardworking and resilient team of agents that take up clients queries and handle them with utmost care and attention whilst incorporating a little bit of professionalism and expertise here and there to make the customer experience enthralling. Therefore, if you are ever in London and looking to buy property and settle down, Atkinson would definitely be a great pick.

Telephone: +44 20 7488 5050





Business Address: 135 & 143 Leman Street London E1 8EY

  • Ellis & Company Finchley Sales and Lettings Estate Agents

Apart from having a unique shape and superb location, the Ellis agency also prides itself in among many things having a friendly and professional service that has a widespread local understanding of the area.

Telephone: + 44 20 8349 3131





Business Address:341 Regents Park Road N3 1DP London, United Kingdom

  • Foxtons Park Lane Estate Agents

Foxtons estate agency is an award-winning agency with over 67 offices in London alone. By and large, they specialize in a number of things including property management and have a strong unrelenting desire to improve the way that the real estate industry operates by offering top class services to their clients. You will definitely without a doubt have a blast working with their agents to either sell or buy property in the London area.

Telephone: 020 7973 2000




Business Address:92 Park Lane Mayfair London W1K 7TA

While there are people who can comfortably sell their own homes without any help, there are certain indicators that seem to suggest that the process isn't at all as easy as it's put out to be. Hence the reason why you would need a helping hand to help lift the load off your shoulder. With the above suggestions, you should have no problem at all finding a great fit for your needs.

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Estate Agents in the Manchester area

Estate Agents in the Manchester area

Eddison Wells is privileged to have an office in Manchester. As as a Manchester Mortgage Broker we value the opportunity to enjoy a nice walk around Castlefield Urban hertiage park on our lunch break.

Manchester is a well-known city that is in the top ranks of society in England. It is popularly known for among many things its rich culture, beautiful architecture, sports among many other things that make it a favourable place for people to rent or buy property. All of which are ideal conditions for those that wish to put up their property for sale or for letting purposes. That being said, let us have a look at some of the estate agents that may be of help to you if you want to buy or sell property in Manchester.

Estate Agents in Manchester Area

  • Kaytons Estate Agents

While there are a number of estate agents in Manchester, Kaytons is agreeably a world-class agency that changes the whole property sales and management ballgame. How so? Well, they use their unequaled knowledge of the local market to ensure that they find their customers the very best buyers or tenants for their property.

Additionally, they ensure that their client's property is marketed at an apex standard so as to attain the highest feasible value. What's more, they have fairly competitive and transparent fees that are simply to die for. In case you need to get in touch with them for further clarification their contacts, website and business address are as follows:

Telephone: 0161 212 1727




Business Address: Piccadilly House 49 Piccadilly Manchester M1 2AP

  • Madina Property Services

Established in 1991, Madina Property Services has, for no doubt, made a name for itself over the years as a key property management specialist among giants in the real estate industry. Most people that have had the opportunity to get guidance from Madina will probably tell you that they are an established property that seeks to gratify all their clients' needs including commercial and residential lettings, investment requirements and property sales. Which is, in essence, the truth.

However, there's much more to whom they are as an establishment and that is a team of experienced professionals that work diligently to ensure that all your needs are met. Below are their contact, website and business address details. If you need more clarification or have a query that needs expert help, you can reach them easily by:

Telephone: 0161 225 1234





Business Address: 588a Stockport Road, Manchester, Lancashire M13 0RQ UK

  • Belvoir Manchester Central Estate Agents

The Belvoir estate agency, being among the leading letting agents in Manchester offers specialist services not only in property management but also in property rental, residential lettings, property sales and buy to let. Therefore, be it that you want to sell your property, let it, rent it or even buy one Belvoir is definitely your to go to kind of estate agency. If you would like more information about this agency, you can reach out to them through the contacts below.

Telephone: 0161 236 4441




Business Address: Unit 4 Royal Mills, Redhill Street, Manchester, England, M4 5BA

  • Hunters Estate Agents

Now that we are talking of Hunters, we might as well get into a little background of their humble beginnings. You see unlike all the other estate agencies we have listed above, Hunters came into the scene quite late. Some would say a little too late especially because most agencies had established themselves and gone past that to being market leaders in the industry.

However, Hunters continues to swiftly establish itself and even got an acclamation for being the best agent in the first year of business. The Hunters agency offers its clients a proactive yet professional approach and pitches itself to prospective customers with an assurance to be committed to the task and provide quality alongside integrity and diligence.

Telephone: 0161 830 5800





Business Address: 1 Deansgate M3 1AZ Manchester, United Kingdom

  • Ryan Baker Estate Agents

It is no longer just enough to do the usual day to day property management and property sales that have been for such a long time now. Certainly not! As the generations evolve, it has become absolutely necessary to be able to provide much more. A certain state of the art uniqueness that will be able to dazzle the client and completely sweep them off their feet.

Fortunately, with the Ryan Baker estate agency in sight, this has become much more than just an unreachable dream. It is now a reality. Ryan Baker is an independent estate agency that specializes in selling, renting, buying and managing a property in Chorlton, Manchester.

Telephone: 0161 637 9233





Business Address: 583 Barlow Moor Road Chorlton-cum-hardy, Manchester M21 8AE

  • Case McNair Estate Agents

The Case McNair is a real estate agency that specializes in among many things property management, residential sales, and lettings. And although the establishment was founded quite recently this estate agency has hardworking directors who apart from having an immense passion for their job also happen to have gained industry experience in big companies such as Opal Estate and Penny Ashton all of which are well to do Manchester based firms.

What's more, clients of the Case McNair can rest assured that both the agency's accounting systems and practices are audited every so often for quality assurance.

Telephone: 0161 711 0990





Business Address: 52 Bridge Street Manchester M3 3BW

There's no doubt that Manchester City is a stunning place to get a piece of property and settle in. However, it is very important in your quest to proceed with utmost caution. In most cases, this may involve hiring an estate agent that can be able to do the transaction on your behalf as they are more knowledgeable about the whole process. Hopefully, with this list, you will be in a position to choose one that will suit your needs.

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Estate Agents in the Northampton area

Estate Agents in the Northampton area

Eddison Wells is privileged to have an office in Northampton. As as a Northampton Mortgage Broker we value the opportunity to go for a relaxing walk around Castle Ashby Gardens.

In Northampton, the Real Estate Market is a lucrative one. There are a number of Estate Agents who are experienced in the field, and are very reliable when it comes to property trade. Majority of them have impressive portfolio and years of customer experience and development record. The property market is always appreciating, and this means the Estate property trade is becoming competitive each day. 

Homeowners are always looking for agents who can make more money for them and that means sweeter deal from the property firms. The homeowners and those who are planning to procure homes get to consult the Estate Agents so as to get the best property valuation. This article looks at some of the top Estate Agents in Northampton, the firms they work for, and their contact details.

1. Cass Chies- REMAX Diamond 1st Agency

Cass Chies is an experienced Real Estate agent based in Northampton. The firm's office headquarters are at 236 Delaware Avenue. She is a sought-after property broker. Her experience in the buying and selling of estates are vast. She is known to commit to the sales process as she takes her clients’ through each and every step of the process. Her contact details are:

  • Website-
  • Facebook- @Diamond1stRealty
  • Twitter- @CassChies
  • Phone- 484-515-7319

Cass is a determined and dedicated property broker with a number of referrals under her portfolio.

2. Jennifer Schimmel- Keller Williams Real Estate

Jennifer is a highly rated Estate Agent and owner of Keller Williams Agency. In 2013, Jennifer and her team sold properties worth $5 million. She possesses 14 years of Real Estate experience. She is a highly rated broker and 90% of her business deals are through referrals. She obtained her broking silence in 2009, and ever since, her resume has been impeccable. Her contact details are:

  • Website-
  • Email-
  • Twitter- @PAHomes4sale
  • Phone- 610-360-0036

The offices are located at Street 100 Bethlehem PA.

3. Jeffrey Burnatowski- REMAX Real Estate Agency

Jeffrey has over 3 decades of Real Estate experience. He is known to take each client special. His fields are buying and selling of estates in Northampton area. There are a number of clients’ referrals under his portfolio. They make Jeffrey a sought-after Real Estate Agent. His social and work contact details include:

  • Website-
  • Twitter- @LVREALTY
  • Facebook- @Jeffrey_Burnatowski
  • Phone- 610-390-8322
  • LinkedIn- @lehighvalleyrealty

The offices of REMAX are located at 3180 Hamilton Road

4. Rose Mott- Fox & Roach Realtors

Fox & Roach Realtors offices are located at 5036 Hamilton. Rose is known to possess quality broking skills and many years of Real Estate experience. Her contact details include:

  • Website-
  • Email-
  • Facebook- @RoseMottRealtor
  • Twitter- @rosemottrealtor
  • Phone- 610-428-1290

5. Scott Montague- Century 21st Montague

Scott Montague is an experienced Northampton Real Estate Agent. There are over 312 homes under his ownership and over 138 rental properties under his management. He is known to be effective and reliable when it comes to property sales broking. His contact details include:

  • Website-
  • Facebook-@c21mcre
  • Twitter- @c21Mont.can
  • Phone contacts- 215-355-5500

Century 21st Montague offices are located at 720 Second Street and Scott is always willing to help.

6. Mike Cawthray- Weichert Realtors

With the office headquarters at 2330 Bethlehem PA, Mike Cawthray is a respected Real Estate Agent. He is known to lead a Real Estate company that is experiencing fast growth. His reputation stretches beyond Northampton. Mike is a reliable property agent in the county. His contact details are:

  • Website-
  • Email-
  • Facebook- @mikecawthray
  • Phone-610-865-5555

7. Barbara Zydyk- REMAX Unlimited Real Estate Agency

The headquarters of REMAX Unlimited is at 1080 Schadt Avenue. Barbara is an experienced property broker. He has many years of experience in home buying and selling. Her contact details are:

  • Website-
  • LinkedIn- @barb-zydyk
  • Phone- 610-349-6010

8. Camille Luckenbaugh- REMAX Diamond 1st

The office headquarters of REMAX Diamond 1st are at Delaware Avenue PA. Camille is a highly rated Real Estate Agent and consultant. She is among the top agents of the firm and a reliable one. Her work and social details include:

  • Website-
  • Phone- 610-730-7855

9. Sonia Alexander- REMAX Vision Real Estate

Sonia is an experienced Real Estate Agent in Northampton. She possesses quality property handling skills. She handles property such as homes, land, and business holdings. She is a reliable and focused property leader. She is also known to provide consultancy services to her Northampton clients. Her contact details are:

  • Websites-
  • Email-
  • Facebook- @ReMax1Vision
  • Twitter- @ReMax-Vision
  • Phone- 484-554-7672

The office headquarters of her company are at 2910 Easton Avenue Bethlehem PA.

10. Simon Arnes- William H Brown Real Estate

Simon is an effective market leader and sought-after Real Estate consultant. He possesses over 45 years of experience in Real Estate management and broking. He is part of UK’s biggest Estate Company. His office contact details are:

  • Websites-
  • Phone- 01525-218-500

11. Jacqui Zuzgo- 5 College Realtors

Jacqui is a multinational Real Estate Agent. She is experienced in the fields of relocation, new construction, buying and selling of land, and residential property consultancy. She is an experienced Real Estate broker with a number of properties and office in Northampton. She is a major driving force in regard to the global growth of 5 College Realtors. Her contact details are:

  • Website-
  • Email-
  • Facebook- @HomesinPioneerValleywithJacqui
  • Twitter- @jacquizuzzqo

She is a global brand with offices in Northampton and the US. Overall, Jacqui is a certified property administrator with a number of referrals under her portfolio.

The town of Northampton is richly supplied with amenities, and this is the reason for the county’s Real Estate culture and growth. The market for property trade is very competitive and the agents are becoming many each day. The future is bright for Real Estate and a lot is expected from the top brokers and their firms.


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Estate Agents in the Edinburgh area

Estate Agents in the Edinburgh area

Eddison Wells is privileged to have an office in Edinburgh. As as Edinburgh Mortgage Broker we value the opportunity to go Brew lab for a nice coffee after work

A. Annan Solicitors & Estate Agents 

229 Portobello High Street, EH15 2AN 

Call 0131 344 0325

Facebook: @AnnanEstateAgency

Twitter: @AnnanProperty 

Ace Property Sales 

175 Bruntsfield Place, Edinburgh, EH10 4DG 

Call 0131 268 8982

Twitter: @acepropertyNash 

Aitken Nairn 

7 Abercromby Place, Edinburgh,, EH3 6LA 

Call 0131 268 8947

Facebook: @ANWSedinburgh

Twitter: @aitkennairnws 


9-10 St. Andrew Square, Edinburgh, EH2 2AF 

Call 0330 038 9720

Facebook: @Amazing.Results.UK


Andersonbain LLP

125 Bruntsfield Place, Edinburgh, EH10 4EQ 

Call 0131 268 0630

Facebook: @andersonbainLLP

Twitter: @Andersonbain 

Anderson Strathern 

1 Rutland Court, EH3 8EY 

Call 0131 344 0732

Facebook: @ResidentialPropertyAS

Twitter: @Residential_AS 

Argento Estate Agents 

1 St. Colme Street, Edinburgh, EH3 6AA 

Call 0131 268 9309 


54-66Frederick Street, Edinburgh, EH2 1LS 

Call 0131 268 0033

Facebook: @balfourandmasontrainees

Twitter: @bmpropertyteam 


30 Stafford Street, Edinburgh, EH3 7BD 

Call 0131 268 8959

Facebook: @ballantynesestateagents

Beveridge Kellas 

68 Leith Walk, Edinburgh, EH6 5HB 

Call 0131 268 9308

Facebook: @beveridgekellas

Twitter: @BeveridgeKellas 


5 Rutland Square, Edinburgh, EH1 2AX 

Call 0131 268 8388

Blair Cadell 

1 Harrison Gardens, Edinburgh, EH11 1SJ 

Call 0131 563 7685 

Boyd Property 

21-22 Queensferry Street, Edinburgh, EH2 4RD 

Call 0131 268 0603

Facebook: @GetaMoveOnwithBoydProperty

Twitter: @Boyd_Legal 

Braemore Sales & Lettings 

92 Morningside Road, Edinburgh, EH10 4BY 

Call 0131 268 8879

Facebook: @BraemoreSales

Twitter: @BraemoreSales

Cameron Stephen & Co 

14 Constitution Street, Edinburgh, EH6 7BT 

Call 0131 268 8606

Facebook: @ cameronstephenco

Twitter: CameronStephen_

Campbell Smith 

21 York Place, Edinburgh, EH1 3EN 

Call 0131 268 0598

Facebook: @CampbellSmithLLP

Church of Scotland Law Department 

121 George Street, EH2 4YN 

Call 0131 268 0571

Facebook: @churchofscotland

Clancy Hendrie Legal 

23 Roseburn Terrace, Edinburgh, EH12 5NG 

Call 0131 268 1575

CMC Property 

6B New Mart Road, Edinburgh, EH14 1RL 

Call 0131 268 8663

Facebook: @CMCpropertyUK

Twitter: @cmcprop 

Connell and Connell 

10 Dublin Street, EH1 3PR 

Call 0131 268 0625

Connell & McFadden Estate Agency 

16 Roseburn Terrace, Edinburgh, EH12 6AW 

Call 0131 268 9424

Facebook: @For.Rent.Edinburgh


Davidson & Robertson 

Riccarton Mains, Currie, Midlothian, EH14 4AR 

Call 0131 268 0895

Twitter: @DR_Rural 

Deans Solicitors and Estate Agents LLP 

135 - 137 St. Johns Road, EH12 7SB 

Call 0131 268 0615 

Deans Solicitors and Estate Agents LLP 

3 St. Patrick Street, Edinburgh, EH8 9ES 

Call 0131 268 0225

Facebook: @deansproperties

DJ Alexander Legal 

1 Wemyss Place, Edinburgh, EH3 6DH 

Call 0131 268 8668

Facebook: @DJAlexanderProp

Twitter: @DJAlexanderProp 

DMD Law 

22 St John's Road, Edinburgh, EH12 6NZ 

Call 0131 268 9140 

Drummond Miller LLP 

20 Union Street, Glenorchy House, Edinburgh, EH1 3LR 

Call 0131 268 0621 


Dalgety Bay Business Centre, Dalgety Bay, KY11 9JN 

Call 01383 697876


Twitter: @ECASAUK 

Edinburgh Property Finders 

4 Arboretum Road, EH3 5PD 

Call 0131 268 0588 

ELP Arbuthnott McClanachan 

89 Main Street, Davidsons Mains, Edinburgh, EH4 5AD 

Call 0131 268 9360

Facebook: @elpamsols

Twitter: @elpamsols 

EweMove Sales & Lettings - Edinburgh West 

Head Office Address: Cavendish House, Littlewood Drive, Rawfolds, Cleckheaton, BD19 4TE 

Call 0131 268 8646

Facebook: @EweMoveEdinburghWest

Twitter: @EweMove 

Fergusson Law 

35 Northumberland Street, Edinburgh, EH3 6LR 

Call 0131 268 8390

Facebook: FergussonLaw 

Twitter: @FergussonLawEdi 

Gilson Gray LLP 

29 Rutland Square, Edinburgh, EH1 2BW 

Call 0131 268 0623

Facebook: @gilsongray

Twitter: GGPropertySales 

Hadden Rankin 

1 Hope Park Terrace, EH8 9LZ 

Call 0131 268 0619

Home Sales Scotland 


Call 0131 268 8762


Skyview House 9 Church Field Road, Sudbury, CO10 2YA 

Call 0330 098 9870


Twitter: @Housesimple 

Mackay Sinclair WS 

11-15 Easter Road, Edinburgh, EH7 5PJ 

Call 0131 268 7081

McEwan Fraser Legal 

130 East Claremont Street, Edinburgh, EH7 4LB 

Call 0131 268 8955

Facebook: @mcewanfraserlagal

Twitter: @McEwanFraser 

Mov8 Real Estate 

88 Newington Road, Edinburgh, EH9 1QN 

Call 0131 268 8860

Facebook: @mov8realestate

Twitter: @mov8realestate 

Mov8 Real Estate 

128 St John's Road, Edinburgh, EH12 8AX 

Call 0131 268 8861

Facebook: @mov8realestate

Twitter: @mov8realestate 

Mov8 Real Estate 

274 Leith Walk, Edinburgh, EH6 5EL 

Call 0131 268 8862

Facebook: @mov8realestate

Twitter: @mov8realestate 

Mov8 Real Estate 

4 Redheughs Rigg, Edinburgh, EH12 9DQ 

Call 0131 268 8851

Facebook: @mov8realestate

Twitter: @mov8realestate 

MQ Estate Agents 

148 West Regent Street, Glasgow, G2 2RQ 

Call 0141 433 1668

Twitter: @Move_Quick 

Murray Beith Murray 

Property Department, 3 Glenfinlas Street, Edinburgh, EH3 6AQ 

Call 0131 563 7205

Twitter: @MurrayBeithProp 

Murray & Currie 

60 Queen Street, Edinburgh, EH2 4NA 

Call 0131 300 0241

Facebook: @murrayandcurrie

Neilsons Solicitors & Estate Agents 

2A Picardy Place, Edinburgh, EH1 3JT 

Call 0131 268 0632

Facebook: @Neilsons

Twitter: @NeilsonsSales 

Neilsons Solicitors & Estate Agents 

142 St Johns Road, Edinburgh, EH12 8AY 

Call 0131 268 0028

Facebook: @Neilsons

Twitter: @NeilsonsSales 

Rooks Estate Agents & Lettings 

14 Albany Street, Edinburgh, EH1 3QB 

Call 0131 268 8817

Sturrock Armstrong and Thomson 

7a Dundas Street, Edinburgh, EH3 6QG 

Call 0131 563 7673 

VMH Solicitors 

10 South Clerk Street, EH8 9JE 

Call 0131 268 0233

Facebook: @VMHSolicitors

Twitter: @VMH_Edinburgh 


22 St Patrick Square, Edinburgh, EH8 9EY 

Call 0131 268 0638

Facebook: @warnersllp

Twitter: @warnersproperty 

Your Move 

213 Gorgie Road, Edinburgh, EH11 1TU 

Call 0131 268 8957 

Your Move 

295 Leith Walk, Edinburgh, EH6 8PD 

Call 0131 268 8960



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How have the house prices changed in Nottingham over the last 2 years

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Despite the fact that the growth in the UK house prices has dawdled down remarkably, to many market watchers surprise it still remains at an all high 5% with much faster growth being seen outside London. More so in areas such as Birmingham, Manchester, and Nottingham which registered an 8.0%, 7.1% and 6.9% increase in the last year alone.

But enough about the UK. Nottingham, in particular, has had quite the adventure in as far as house prices go. In fact, some would say that Nottingham has been on quite the roller coaster over the past 2 years. And rightly so especially with the city taking third place within a period of 12 months with a 6.9% increase and basically taking the lead in as far as the figures go within the past 3 months alone with an all-time high increase of 4.0%.

As a matter of fact, according to the latest data released by the Land Registry, the Nottingham property market is looking pretty good in as far as the future is concerned. More so as the house prices continue to surge on upwards to much greater heights as time passes by. And although national and local property experts were previously worried that a number of external factors on the market including the uncertainty in the economy as in regards to the Brexit decision and the increase in stamp duty and how they may affect the performance, the Nottingham property market still seems to be booming despite it all

So why have the prices continued to soar on upwards despite the consistent doom-mongering and the election?

Well, among other things, the Nottingham property experts believe that the paucity of enough stock to meet the growing demand is one of the reasons as to why the house prices seem to be on the rise every so often. And though alarming more so for the property buyers, Su Snaith who is an estate agent at The Nottingham Building Society urges buyers not to be alarmed at all as Nottingham has an excellent yield on rental properties and more so for investors.

Additionally, the first time property buyers also seem to have had a hand in boosting the current housing market in the United Kingdom as well. How so? Well, first-time buyers were apparently responsible for a third of all the sales in the month of October 2016 which is a 9 per cent rise compared to the figures registered in the month of September of the same year. A trend that has continued to rise over the past couple of months to magnanimous heights.

What does this mean for you?

Well, this fundamentally implies one of two things depending on which side of the divide you lie. If you are looking to sell your house or even rent it out to someone then it goes without saying that the time is nigh for you to do so. For the obvious reasons that you could make a bigger return on your original investment. However, if you are a buyer looking to purchase a piece of property or just want to rent a piece of property from someone, then it is advisable to brace yourself for the inevitable. Which is the large sum of money you are going to part with so as to get your hands on your dream house. Even so, that is not to say that you should not invest in the property. Certainly not. As a matter of fact, many experts will tell you that a house is one of the very best investments you will ever make in your lifetime. And rightly so especially seeing as it unburdens you of having to pay rent every single month. And although you are probably asking yourself how it is going to be remotely possible to pull it off with the house prices going up every so often, the fact that they have gone up does not mean that you can't get one that is well within your budget without having to break a sweat.

How about the future? Is it looking murky or somehow bright?

Well, I would hate to burst your bubble but as the UK economy goes from strength to more strength following Brexit, house prices will also continue to soar on upwards over the next four years or so.

In fact, according to authoritative figures, values will surge by almost a quarter by the time we get to the year 2021 which is an average increase of £ 52,000 from 2017 as customer confidence in the UK property market remains sturdy. This means that an average home will be worth about £ 272,000 which is a rise of about 23.6 per cent.

Is there anything that can be done to remedy the situation?

When it is all said and done, we know full well that there is a lot that needs to be done and can be done in as far as the current housing situation is concerned. For instance, it would be great if the government changed the rules of the game right?

If it was remotely possible for them to introduce a fresh new way of building homes that significantly reduced the colossal cost of land and more to that gave a little bit more power to communities to deliver high-quality, yet affordable homes that so many people are longing for, would not it be superb? Your guess is as good as mine. It would certainly be life-changing for so many people. Because now owning a house would no longer be a fantasy that most people only imagine of but a reality for hundreds if not thousands of people.

I guess all we can do at this point is wait and see what the future holds and hope that somehow things pan out to everyone's advantage. Both property buyers and property owners.

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How house prices have changed in Leeds over the past two years

How house prices have changed in Leeds over the past two years

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How House Prices Have Changed In Leeds Over The Last Two Years

Historically, North West Leeds has offered off-street housing to a huge proportion of students studying full time in the city. Not only this, but the city has also been a host of other domestic dwellers who have mainly comprised of tenants with no permanent residences. Over the years, house prices for rent and sale have been seen to fluctuate inspired by many factors including overall changes in the economy across the country. However, over the last two years, considering there have been fears about brexit, the Leeds housing market has suffered a blow and thus prices have not been at par with most parts of the country. 

Prices fell below national average

According to expert review, house prices fell within the period starting in 2015 and ending in 2017, going as far as lower than the national average. Within this period, housing prices average fell to £194,372 against the national average that stands at £217,939. There are many factors to blame for this shift including the Brexit exodus, which has kept many sectors of the economy waiting in anticipation of the results that would come up.

Many of those who triggered the effect included students who had earlier migrated to the city from foreign countries for purposes of learning, and on top of this there were many companies that had to shift from having their foreign workforce situated within the city as the Brexit debate escalated further. However, there seems to be a recovery as 2017 approaches and this is occasioned by the perceived calm that is gradually coming in due to the fact that not much has happened as regards the Brexit conversation, and investors and people feel the future will be calm equally, hence the willingness to invest in housing in Leeds recently. 

Plentiful rental options 

Another issue that triggered a shift in house prices in Leeds is the increase in rental options vis a vis the number of people available to fill the many available spaces. This definitely meant for investors to recoup their investment and probably service their loans they had to reduce the prices to lure tenants into choosing their houses. The surge also came as there was mass exodus due to the threats brought forth by the Brexit conversation. Many of those who were to invest in Leeds paused the idea to see how the conversation would end. 

Due to the calm that followed going into 2017, these investors started to review their earlier decision and most of them have embraced the idea of moving forward with choosing Leeds as one of their business destination, which means those in the housing business have received a relief as more people buy property and rent for business. With this increase in demand of housing, prices have as well been seen to adjust upwards. Experts quote that politics is a great force through which many investors make decisions, and the trend experienced in Leeds over the past two years was a reaction to the political mood present in the country. 

Testing for the market over past 6 moths

As the uncertainty about Brexit hit a high, the last six months have been a trend of testing to see if there is any possibility of investment options thriving. Therefore, within that period there were many assumptions on the side of investors as well as fears inspired by the possibility of Brexit crushing the market further, so this lead to a drop in house prices by 1.23 percent. This might be seen as a trivial sum, but investors understand the pain of losing even a single Euro to uncertain occurrences, so on their part it was a blow. 

Going into 2017, the value of housing began to pick and as at now is estimated to have risen 1.07 percent compared to one year ago. That’s good news to investors and those in the real estate market as the market seems to have recovered from the uncertainties occasioned by Brexit. However, full recovery is yet to take place as not all investors have embraced the idea of investing. Most of them are having a wait and see approach, which has slowed down progress. 

Empty properties 

An expert review of data collected between 2015 and 2017 showed that at least 30 percent of properties located in student areas lay empty. There were many empty advertised properties, and with this competition came the need to adjust prices to match the demands of the market, so this is one of the reasons prices reduced within the period. This was also the case within adjacent cities and towns, a testimony to the unsettled state of the market due to the Brexit uncertainties and fears among investors who anticipated establishing businesses within the city of Leeds. 

Mass student exodus

Additionally, further research conducted by a council team showed that within the two years period, there was a surplus of student bed spaces, and this affected the prices of houses built for student accommodation. Basically, prices came down as a reaction to the change in supply of tenants. There have also been concerns that most houses converted into student accommodation areas might not easily get back to the family market since the conversion to include student bed spaces came with the need to implement many changes. Those that were converted back to family accommodation had to enter the market at lower prices than new houses build in the family segment. 

Earning the title ‘student areas’ has brought a negative effect on those that are converted back to family housing, and this could mean to sell builders have to tag lower prices. Although there have been efforts to give these areas an image that they are a perfect area for family accommodation, the market has been slow on embracing the idea, so change in prices to an upward trend has also been at a snail speed, to the disadvantage of investors who chose to go for student accommodation initially before reverting to family class housing.

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How house prices have changed in Manchester over the last two years

How house prices have changed in Manchester over the last two years

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Manchester has been one of the UK's fastest moving housing markets over the last two years. New developments like MediaCityUK in Salford, the Spinningfields office quarter in the city centre and the city's major Metrolink expansion have made new parts of the city accessible and vibrant, as well as led to a subsequent increases in Manchester house prices.

Where have house prices grown?

Manchester as a whole has seen significant house price growth over the last few years. Certain areas however have seen highly elevated growth rates. These pockets of prosperity are primarily concentrated to the south of the city centre. Charlton has become very popular in the last few years as professionals move out of the city centre and look for areas offering the amenities, culture and sense of community that they have become accustomed too. Didsbury, and in particular West Didsbury, remains very fashionable and popular with young families. 

Closer to the city centre, the Deansgate and Spinningfields building phenomenon shows no signs of slowing down and the Northern Quarter's nightlife and bar culture continues to attract young people. Certain areas of Salford, particularly around the city centre and the MediaCityUK development have also experienced significant house price growth as Deansgate's popularity forces young professionals to look a little further afield in order to get on the housing ladder.

What do the numbers say?

According to Zoopla, one of the UK's leading property portals. house prices in Manchester have increased by 3% in the last year and over a third in the last five years. That's significantly higher than the levels of growth seen in London and the Home Counties, which was once seen as the engine rooms of the UK property market.

This house price growth has led to some issues though. Properties in popular areas of the city such as Charlton and Withington are now increasingly out of the reach of some people who have grown up there. While the city centre has experienced a building boom, construction in these areas is more restricted which has led to a number of supply issues.

What does the future hold?

As with so much else in the UK economy, the future of the Manchester housing market depends largely on the type of Brexit deal the UK is able to negotiate. Much of the demand for new housing in the city centre, particularly student accommodation has come from foreign buyers and there are fears that a 'hard Brexit' deal will cause them to walk away from the UK property market. On the other hand, this might be a boon to young people who are currently faced with years of savings in order to scrape together a deposit for a property in Manchester.

Planning restrictions are another factor that will impact house prices. Whilst the green belt is mostly spoke about in relation to London and South East England, Manchester has one too. This restricts the amount of development that can take place in Manchester's suburban areas. Whilst it might feel like a new skyscraper is popping up every day in Deansgate or Spinningfields, this isn't the case in the suburbs. This has constructed the supply of family housing since the majority of homes being built in these high rise developments are one or two bedroom flats. This restriction means that, even in the event of a property price correction, family home prices in Manchester could remain high for many years to come.

What else is in the pipeline?

The expansion of Manchester's metro link has moved large swathes of the surrounding areas into Manchester's commuter belt. Areas around Wythenshawe and Didsbury are now less than 25 minutes from the city centre on an easy and convenient tram service. There are fewer expansions planned over the next few years but an new link towards the Trafford Centre has just begun and this could give a major boost to house prices in the area once it opens in around 2020.

Manchester also looks set to continue to be the economic engine of North West England. companies are keen to move to and expand in Manchester and that means that many young professionals are looking to rent of buy properties in the area. If London's housing market remains as overheated as it currently is, then it is likely that some young professionals will choose to leave the UK capital in favour of cheaper costs and a higher standard of living in the North West of London. Whilst this would lead to a small drop in house prices in London, it would help to keep thew growth in Manchester house prices on track.

The last two years have seen significant growth in Manchester house prices and that shows no sign of changing in the next two years. The planned developments and the general buzz around Manchester and the North West of England created by the government's Northern Powerhouse scheme and the planned High Speed Two rail link will keep Manchester in the public eye and draw more new people to the city. 

From a simple supply and demand point of view, the future of Manchester'h housing market looks bright. The unknown external factor of Brexit and the UK's general economic performance could however, damage its performance and it will be several years before we can accurately assess the impact this has had.

The housing mix could also be a significant problem. The young professionals moving to Manchester today will be looking for family homes in quieter locations in a few years time. Based on current housing development plans, they will struggle to find them and this could lead to a challenging market with an oversupply of small flats and a massive under supply of detached and semi detached family homes.

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Estate Agents in the Borehamwood area

Estate Agents in the Borehamwood area

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Over the past couple of years, there has been a lot of talk about estate agents. A talk that has no doubt roused a lot of curiosity among a plethora of key players that have dealings with the real estate industry. Nevertheless, despite having heard of them time and again there is still so much we don't know about Borehamwood estate agents including their functions and other vital details. In light of this, we are going to explore some of the important things you need to know about estate agents. This will include the definition, what being an estate agent entails and valuable information about some of the credible estate agents in Borehamwood area.

An estate agent has been in most occasions defined as a person or business that makes arrangements for renting, selling or managing properties and other buildings. There are different types of agents depending on what they specialize in. For instance, an estate agent that is specialized in renting is called a letting or management agent.

Going back, the term in its originality made reference to someone who is given the responsibility of managing a landed estate. But with time and as we slowly approached the 20th century, the term started being used as a general term.

A list of Estate Agents in Borehamwood

  • Haart Estate Agents

Other than being a widely recognized top class independent estate agent, haart also happens to be a trustworthy agent that a number of people have vouched for it as far as integrity and earnestness are concerned. They pride themselves in having capable local teams that are backed by national support to provide customers with the absolute best services. Being a one-stop shop, you can also get a survey, conveyance or mortgage as well. Haart agents are located along Shenley Road in Hertfordshire and their contacts are and 020 8953 1212.


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Business Address: 126 Shenley Road, Borehamwood WD6 1DX, UK

  • Ivy Gate Estate Agents

Ivy Gate is a multiple award-winning business that adopts a somewhat personal and bespoke approach to letting and selling homes. By and large, Ivy Gate specializes in providing their customers with a premium and personal service for a fairly reasonable price. There are a number of places that you can find Ivy Gate including their physical offices in Cockfosters, High Barnet, Well End, Shenly, Hadley Wood, New Barnet, Elstree, Arkley and East Barnet. For purposes of getting in touch with them, you can reach them via email on or by telephone on 020 8213 3200.



Business Address: 4, Imperial Place, Maxwell Road, Borehamwood WD6 1JN, UK

  • Martin Allsuch & Company Estate Agents

Martin All such & Company is a top class estate agent located at East England in Hertfordshire Borehamwood. They are widely known and recognized in Borehamwood for being exceptional premier agents in the area as well as a uniquely blended powerful marketing service that provides fairly competitive prices to its valued customers. You can reach them through 020 8953 1175 or visit their website via for more details.



Business Address: 3 High Street, Elstree, Borehamwood, Hertfordshire, WD6 3BY

  • Barkers Estate and Letting Agent

Located in Shenley and Hertfordshire as well as some parts of Elstree in the South to St. Albans in the North lies the Barkers estate agents offices that help customers find out the real value of their homes in today's ever-dwindling market. One of the things that best describes them is their well able team of seasoned professionals that have tons and tons of experience in the field. To learn more about Barkers you can choose to visit their website via or call them via 020 8953 4556.



Business Address: 78 Shenley Road, Borehamwood WD6 1EH, UK

  • Simmons Estates

Whether you want to sell, buy, rent or invest in new property, Simmons estates is the best estate agent to go to. More so because apart from customer care, they have also heavily vested themselves in providing unrivaled knowledge, powerful promotions and effective marketing that helps set them apart from their contenders. You can reach them easily via calling through 020 8905 2255 or simply visiting them along 12 Shenley Road. For more details, you can also check out their website via




Business Address: Simmons Estates 7 Shenley Road Borehamwood WD6 1AA, UK

  • Bernard Gordon & Company

The Bernard Gordon & Company estate agent is a slightly different agent than the rest because it specializes in the acquisition and sale of medical accommodation, day nurseries, schools, residential development and investment opportunities as well as premises meant to be used for community occupation and religious purposes. Among its strongpoint's include the fact that it's strategically located at Vision House along Station Road and can be easily accessed via phone through 020 8099 3119. For more details about it please visit

Business Address: 7 Theobald Court, Theobald St, Borehamwood WD6 4RN, UK

  • Michael Yeo Estate Agents

The Michael Yeo agents are located strategically along 195 Shenley Road in Hertfordshire. You can also easily reach them via 020 8953 2112. For more details please check out



Business Address: 195 Shenley Road, Borehamwood WD6 1AW, UK

Judging from the information above, you can tell that there are a number of credible and trustworthy Borehamwood estate agents that you can go to whenever you are in Borehamwood and have no idea where to start looking. However, as with anything else for you to be 100% sure it is important for you to do your own due diligence as well. Your own little research that will give you more insight about a certain agent and give you a little bit more perspective of what to expect. It is our hope that the above list will at the very least be helpful in narrowing down to the very best.