Welcome to our estate agency office in Esher. We specialise in residential properties for sale in Esher and the surrounding villages to include East Molesey, Thames Ditton, Hinchley Wood, Claygate and Oxshott.
Joe Dewar, branch manager comments "Having grown up in a family of estate agents there was no other career path to choose. Having worked in Curchods offices in Esher and Guildford for almost my entire estate agency career, it is Esher that I have developed an affinity with, first working here during the summer of 2011. I pride myself on not just surpassing clients’ price expectations, but their expectations of what an estate agent can deliver in terms of customer service. I’m proud to head up a hugely successful team here at Curchods Esher."
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After a disappointing experience with a rival local estate agent, I decided to have a chat with Curchods. From the moment I walked in the office Joe (the manager) was friendly, professional and inspired confidence. Within a very short period of time several viewings took place and an offer was made. I successfully sold my property and the team at Curchods were extremely helpful throughout the entire process.
Excellent service on all accounts - thank you for pursuading me to go through a traditional estate agent and NOT an online one in these challenging times.
Joe and I worked together on a particularly difficult and somewhat stressful transaction over a six month period. Joe was incredibly helpful, very diligent and without his continued focus and commitment to the deal, I'm sure it would have fallen through.
We look forward to working with Hie and his team on future Lusso Homes projects.
Richard and his team were very fair, helpful and efficient right from the start. They gave us value for money, kept in touch throughout, returned calls efficiently and dealt with queries in a calm and reassuring manner. Of all the estate agents in Esher, we would certainly recommend Curchods as the best
The service throughout the whole process was impeccable. Mark was very credible and trustworthy when doing the valuation, and then Gillian Thomas was simply amazing in managing the viewings, but more importantly the liaison with our buyers and solicitors. We would definitely recommend them and would definitely use them again in the future
We dealt with Matthew Knight at the Branch and Jeremy Watson for the Mortgage. Both of them were efficient, polite and thoroughly professional In fact it was a pleasure buying the flat. I would have no hesitation in using your services again.
77 High Street, Esher, Surrey, KT10 9QA
Monday to Friday - 9.00am to 6.30pm
Saturday - 9.00am to 5.00pm
Sunday - 10.00am to 2.00pm
*Data is derived from Rightmove.co.uk’s internal Sale Agreed statistics for KT0
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We know how to find the right buyer for your property.
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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What’s happening in the property market whilst the country enters this period of relative uncertainty? 2016 was a year of inaction on the whole; the government introduced a higher rate of stamp duty for investors and have confirmed plans to reduce the tax relief for investors owning buy-to-let properties - all in a quest to boost the first time buyer and lower end of the market. The country has voted to leave the European Union, putting in to question our short and medium term future economically and politically. It’s fair to say that on the face of it, this doesn’t exactly make great reading for the typical property owner in Esher!
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