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Estate and Letting Agents in Winchmore Hill, North London
Why you can rely on us to sell or let your property:
We maintain a comprehensive and up to date list of the best buyers and prospective tenants searching in the local area so there is a good chance that we already have a buyer or tenant for your property on our books.
If you would like to discuss a property you are looking to sell or let, call us today on 020 8360 4777 or use our online form.
Looking to buy a property?
As established estate agents in Winchmore Hill, we help prospective buyers to find suitable properties across North London. In recent years we have expanded our reach to offer properties for sale and to let in the North London areas of Oakwood N14, Cockfosters EN4, Arnos Grove N11 and Bounds Green N11.
View our current list of properties for sale in the areas we cover. Alternatively, contact our estate agents in Winchmore Hill today for assistance. Call 020 8360 4777_.
So, if you have a property to sell or rent call us today on 020 8360 4777 or use our [online form] (/free-valuation/)
Looking to rent a property?
Our letting agents in Winchmore Hill also manage a range of high quality properties across North London, available to let on both short and long term contracts. All of our lets are compliant with the Tenancy Deposit Protection Scheme and offer a quick and reliable maintenance service in the event of any issues or repairs.
View our current list of properties to let in the area. Alternatively, contact our letting agents in our Winchmore Hill office for assistance. Call 020 8360 4777_.
Market Update February 2017
After a year of enormous change both politically and economically in 2016, we entered 2017 more certain about many things and less certain about others. The next few weeks will see the British Government trigger article 50 and commence the formal process of leaving the EU.... read more
Market Update - October 2016
September was “back to school” month and I’m sure we have all noticed the increased traffic levels during the “school runs” at the start and end of the day. For many people it followed a property move that enabled them to access a particular school catchment area –one of the major factors in choosing a home. The property market was largely steady and is now settling into a more “normalised” pattern following the pre and immediate post Brexit furore. The real impact, if there is to be one, of Brexit is likely to be some three years away when our exit from Europe will actually takes place and it looks as though the market will conform to the usual drivers of supply and demand, affordability and availability of money in the interim. read more
Join us! - Peter Barry are hosting a local coffee morning on 23rd & 24th September 10am - 2pm
Raising money for Macmillan Cancer Support by eating cake and drinking coffee! – Join us: Friday 23rd September & Saturday 24th September read more