Welcome to our estate agency office in New Malden. We specialise in residential properties for sale in New Malden, Old Malden/Worcester Park and the surrounding area including the exclusive Coombe Hill private estate.
Why should you consider using Curchods to sell your property? Having lived in the area all his life, resident branch Partner Christopher Jakob, who has been selling properties in and around New Malden since 1990, knows everything there is to know about the area. He has been a local face living in the area all his life. He heads up a warm, friendly team of like-minded individuals, offering a refreshingly enthusiastic and truly professional service with sensible, informed advice.
Not only will you be dealing with a friendly, knowledgeable team, but in 2015 Curchods agreed more sales than any other agent in New Malden* and won the award for ‘Surrey’s Best Estate Agent’ in the 4+ offices category, for the 3rd year in a row at the Surrey Property Awards. We genuinely love what we do and are keen to share our knowledge and expertise to help you find your dream home. Call us and we’ll support you every step of the way.
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31 High Street, New Malden, Surrey, KT3 4BY
Monday to Thursday - 8.30am to 6.30pm
Friday - 8.30am to 6.00pm
Saturday - 9.00am to 5.00pm
“Thank you so much for making the sale of our house as smooth as possible. The first time I used Curchods (2011) I found you very trustworthy and extremely professional and it’s clear to see that those high standards are still in place.”Queens Road, New Malden
“I would like to thank you all for your help in selling our house. You guided me with patience and kindness through the process of the sale. I could not have had better service and would recommend you as an excellent estate agent.”Wilverley Crescent, New Malden
“Very professional and friendly. Curchods sold our house within 3 days of accepting them as our agent. We would recommend them.”Ancaster Crescent, New Malden
“I was very impressed with the work of Curchods. After a ghastly, slow and potentially damaging start with a different agent, Curchods leapt on board. The energy and commitment was immediately obvious. I was impressed by the professionalism and the staff were always charming and polite.”Bramshaw Rise, New Malden
“We had consistent support throughout. All the staff were positive, cheerful and helpful. The oral and written communication was excellent. Anthony, who was in charge of selling our house, kept us informed every step of the way and ensured a successful outcome.”Bodley Road, New Malden
“Your team are courteous, efficient and very thorough in their communication. A tricky transaction was dealt with rigour. Thank you! ”Nelson Road, New Malden
“I must congratulate your company, and in particular Oliver with the efficient and professional manner in which he conducted the transaction of the sale of our house. Right from the initial viewing till the exchange of contract. He should be given the award of sales person of the year as he is the best agent I have come across in 40 years.”Mount Pleasant Road, New Malden
“Everyone in your team has been brilliant right from the start. Special thank you to Oliver Barron for being very professional throughout and making this happen in record time and dealing with endless issues along the way.”Northcote Road, New Malden
“Tom was excellent in controlling the chain. He had more information on the entire chain than the person(s)/company who were selling my property. His help to get the whole process completed was impeccable. I am so grateful for his extra efforts with getting this over the line. Excellent service.”Thetford Road, New Malden
“Excellent advice at the engagement phase demonstrating better knowledge of the specific local market than two of your competitors. Timely response to questions, queries and progressed through to exchange with a good "open communication" on all matters.”Blagdon Road, New Malden
“Lizzy has been outstanding in keeping us informed and as a link between the seller and ourselves. The process has gone very well and we would happily recommend Curchods to any friends who might be looking in the area. ”Park Road, New Malden
“Absolutely excellent customer service, regular communication, prompt responses to queries and a lot of support during what became in the end a stressful experience. I can’t thank Tom and Stuart enough for their help in keeping both the sale and purchase on track! Thanks to the rest of the staff as well.”Penrith Road, New Malden
“98% of our clients say they would recommend us and use us again, and we've been voted by the public as Surrey's Best Estate Agent for customer satisfaction for the last 3 years running in 2013, 2014 and 2015!”
The nation has cast its vote and we will be leaving the EU. So what will this mean for the Surrey property market?
It’s been a crazy campaign, with dramatic predictions with both sides citing the amazing benefits or disastrous events that would occur depending on the vote outcome. The reality is that such rhetoric has been more to do with the drama of the event than the reality of what would follow. But now we are out, what will it mean for the Surrey property market?
Our view is that in the short term, there may be a hiatus in activity while people take stock of the fact that Britain has left the EU. But in the long term, it will not affect homeownership... read more
The Right to Rent legislation rolls out in February 2016, so all landlords and letting agents in England must check the immigration status of their tenants. The new law means that private landlords, including those who sub-let or take in lodgers, must check the right of prospective tenants to be in the country to avoid being hit with a penalty.
Right to Rent was introduced in the Immigration Act 2014 as part of the government’s reforms to build a fairer and more effective immigration system. The current maximum penalty for each tenant found without a right to rent is £3000, but the Immigration Bill 2015 is due to introduce the penalty of up to five years imprisonment.
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According to a recent report1, there are nearly 2 million private landlords in the UK, owning 4.9 million homes and against which, over 1.6 million mortgages are outstanding. For 10% of those landlords, over half of their income is derived from rent; for 8%, being a landlord is their full time job.
All of this means the changes announced in George Osborne’s Summer Budget will have consequences for quite a large number of people.
In a move the Chancellor suggested will ‘create a more level playing field between those buying a home to let and those buying a home to live in2, there will soon be a cap on the amount of... read more