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Having worked in estate agency since the early 1980’s, Clive is well versed in all there is to know about the property market. Not only that, but he’s also a proud local lad, living locally with his family and also having worked at a successful competitor branch for a number of years.
Clive’s wife works locally at Glebelands School, whilst their daughter has recently left the school and now attends a local college and his son works within the local community.
Clive loves the area and prides himself on his local knowledge, industry expertise and outstanding customer service. Having successfully run Curchods East Horsley office, Burns & Webber's sister company for a number of years, he has now moved to Burns & Webber Cranleigh where he not only returns to his home town, but looks forward to building upon the current success of the Cranleigh branch. If you would like to contact Clive about moving home, please pop into our Cranleigh office, call him or a member of his team on 01483 268822 or alternatively email at email@example.com
“It's been a pleasure working with Brett and Joshua at Cranleigh. I'd thoroughly recommend Burns & Webber to anyone. It is very rare to see their level of enthusiasm, reassurance, advice, professionalism, patience, and above all, honest direct answers. They've made the whole process as smooth and enjoyable as it possibly can be. Thank you”Horsham Road
“We were very happy with the Burns and Webber team - our house sold really quickly and this was in no doubt due to your local knowledge and contacts. Lots of viewings and courtesy so that family life wasn't too disrupted. All of the team came to see the house before taking people round and took interest in the property.”The Green, Ewhurst
“Thank you so very much for all your efforts selling Ivy Cottage. Your friendliness and understanding of our situation over the past 8 months or so made the whole process so much easier to deal with.”Holmbury St. Mary, Surrey
“Burns & Webber did a great job marketing our house. After a period of little activity with another agent, they were able to secure us a buyer for the house at full asking price on the first viewing. The sale went through within two months with no hiccups, and we were pleased at the swift, efficient service offered by them.”The Common, Dunsfold
“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!”
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