Why should you consider using Curchods to sell your property? Partner, Owen Miles and his team have successfully grown Curchods into Shepperton's principal estate agent. Having worked within Shepperton village for most of his career, which began in 1985, Owen has established a branch with a superb reputation for dealing with all types of property, providing outstanding customer service, backed up by strong professional ethics and expert advice. Not only will you be dealing with a friendly, knowledgeable team, but in 2015 Curchods agreed more sales than any other agent in Shepperton* 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 are genuinely passionate about what we do and are keen to share our knowledge and expertise to help you find your ideal home. Call or pop in and we’ll support you every step of the way.
58 High Street, Shepperton, Middlesex, TW17 9AU
Monday to Friday - 8.30am to 6.00pm
Saturday - 9.00am to 5.00pm
*Data derived from Rightmove.co.uk's internal sales statistics for TW17
“Excellent communication. I was kept informed and genuinely felt that Graham and the staff at Shepperton were working hard to make my transaction happen. Curchods were much more professional than other estate agents and made me feel that I was involved in a well organised and professional transaction!”Gordon Road, Shepperton
“Thank you so, so much for everything during our sale and buying of our new house. You've been amazing.”Laleham Road, Shepperton
“Owen was very informative and knowledgeable about the area we were moving to. I found the service to be top of the chain. Very good!”Moorhayes Drive, Shepperton
“Very pleased with the service we received. We were looked after very well. Very helpful and kept us informed all the way through our purchase. It was a pleasure dealing with Curchods.”Laleham Road, Shepperton
“You were open and honest - at no time did we feel fobbed off. Very professional in your dealings with us. We trusted you.”St. Nicholas Drive, Shepperton
“This did not feel like a mere business transaction between ourselves and Curchods, it felt as if very good, loyal friends were pulling out all the stops to help us at every step of the way. Elizabeth went the extra mile and then some. There are not sufficient superlatives to describe our gratitude.”Upper Halliford Road, Shepperton
“Great service from a great team. All staff were professional and provided good customer service - good feedback/updates and professional throughout.”Claremont Avenue, Lower Sunbury
“Excellent service throughout the sale of our parents house. We must mention Miles, what a wonderful team - could not have chosen a better estate agent. So pleased we had probate from Graham as we would not have known about using you for this service. Thank you!”Claremont Avenue, Lower Sunbury
“It's an absolute pleasure working with Curchods from valuation through to completion. Wonderful, professional and very knowledgeable. Elizabeth was completely on the ball and kept us updated. ”Gaston Way, Shepperton
“Thanks so much for all hyour hard work and help with the sale of our house. It's always a stressful time made smoother by working with such a professional and dedicated team. ”Gaston Way, Shepperton
“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 in both 2013 and 2014”
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
It was a starry night when more than 400 of Surrey's estate agents, developers, surveyors converged at a glittering gala dinner at GLive in Guildford.
Now considered to be the most respected awards event outside of London, with votes for this years awards reaching their highest level to date. Nominations for 10 categories were made via a dedicated website in the months leading up to the event by the general public, based on their expereince with property professionals througout Surrey. The night also raised money for its chosen charity Disability Challengers - a... read more
This is not a political commentary. It is simply our view of what we consider will happen in the Surrey property market now that the election is over.
We anticipate a swell in general activity as the brakes come off for many who have held back from moving this spring until the election was over, irrespective of who might have won. Some have held back, fearful of tax changes (especially at the upper levels of the market) and legislation surrounding property ownership and rental. Most however, held back as part of a national knee jerk reaction.
"We will not experience the massive disruption which always ensues when there is a change of... read more