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
Cranleigh House 32 High Street, Cranleigh, Surrey, GU6 8AE
Monday to Friday - 8.30am to 6.00pm
Saturday - 9.00am to 5.00pm
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Curchods are Surrey’s largest independent estate agent. By using our extensive reach throughout the county, we are able to attract the right buyers and achieve a property sale every 90 minutes!^
High demand from buyers and all time low mortgage interest rates, are helping us to achieve some exceptional prices. If you are thinking of selling or letting, please call your local Curchods office to book a FREE market appraisal of your home.
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We are now fast approaching the second phase of the Government’s crackdown on private Buy-to-Let landlords, with the restriction on the lucrative tax relief claimed on rental properties. The first, being the rise in Stamp Duty for 2nd home and investment purchases which came into effect following last spring’s budget. This had the desired effect of slowing down the stampede and probably stopping many cautious or first time investment purchasers, but many seasoned and canny buyers realised that the long term forecast for the housing market, especially in the south east, is likely to continue its upward trend and whilst the additional costs are a burden, the capital growth is the prize.... read more