Welcome to our estate agency office in Weybridge. We specialise in residential properties for sale in Weybridge, KT13. We are also one of the leading agents for properties for sale on St George's Hill - you can read more about selling on St George's Hill.
Why should you consider using Curchods to sell your property? Our Weybridge branch is one of our longest standing and most established offices. Heading the team at our Weybridge office is manager, Andrew Grant. Andrew, who has been in the town since the early 1990’s, has a wealth of local knowledge and experience. Combine this with the dynamic and enthusiastic approach and endless positivity of his team and they are guaranteed to prove a real asset to the sale of your home.
Not only will you be dealing with a friendly, knowledgeable team, but in 2015 Curchods agreed more sales than any other agent in Weybridge for properties over £500,000* 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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Portmore House, 54 Church Street, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 8DP
Monday to Friday - 8.30am to 6.00pm
Saturday - 9.00am to 5.00pm
“Lorna (Senior Negotiator) has been super tolerant, proactive and took control with complete calmness and professionalism. She has provided an excellent level of support.”St. Georges Avenue, Weybridge
“The service has been first class. Gavin Amberton has been very helpful in liaising with the seller and negotiating an excellent purchase price. I would highly recommend Curchods when buying in Surrey.”Brooklands Road, Weybridge
“Our experience of Curchods was excellent, in particular the efforts of Townley Knott and Nicole Cook. At every stage the team were on hand to help, advise and guide us through the buying and selling process. We appreciated that they were never pushy and always gave honest and realistic guidance. We wouldn't hesitate to use them again.”Minorca Road, Weybridge
“Curchods Lettings have always found us a tenant for our property for the last 11 years without fail. Feedback is always regular and service prompt when an offer is made and accepted.”St Andrews Garden, Cobham
“Thanks for the wonderful service you gave us selling our home. The market place seemed difficult whilst we endeavoured to sell, but throughout you stayed positive and reassured us that you would sell for us. When showing potential buyers to the house you made an extra effort to show them everything St George’s Hill had to offer!”Granville Close, St George's Hill
“My experience selling through Curchods and especially the Weybridge branch was very good. The staff were always very helpful and all viewings were handled well and on time. I would recommend this Estate Agency and would happily use them again in the future.”March Road
“Very happy with the helpfulness and service provided by the Weybridge lettings team. We were let down at the last minute with our house purchase and had to find a place to rent very quickly. They were able to secure us an apartment and we were able to move in within a couple of weeks.”Bentley Place, Weybridge
“I was delighted with how quickly Curchods secured a great offer for my home, and very impressed with the way that they kept in touch to ensure that everything involved in the sale was resolved within my desired timeline. I would use them again without hesitation.”Weybridge
“I wanted to thank you for a job very well done in getting such a great price for the house and then steering everything to a successful conclusion. I couldn't have done it without you! Best of luck for the future.”Stafford Square, Weybridge
“Good service, as usual. Professional and considerate at every stage.”Ellesmere Road, Weybridge
“Very good service. Friendly and professional. Would definitely recommend and use again.”Ellesmere Road, Weybridge
“My husband and I were extremely impressed with Pat Balfour's efficiency on a regular basis, she always kept us informed of any developments during the purchase of our new home and was encouraging and supportive. We were relieved and grateful to have such an experienced agent who helped us to purchase the property we had set our hearts on.”The Laurels, Weybridge
“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!”
“Harry and the team at Curchods are true professionals. We would not be in our dream house without their excellent work. An in depth knowledge and relationship with us helped us to find the exact property we were after. Great people, hard and smart work, top service. I could not recommend the Curchods team more highly.”Churchfields Avenue, Weybridge
“Curchods enabled our move to a dream home. Having found us a buyer, they supported us tirelessly with utmost patience and integrity. Curchods know the local market in Weybridge better than any other agent, they appear to have the most properties on their books and the service we received from them was extraordinary.”Barham Close, Weybridge
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