Owen is the resident partner of our Shepperton office and has worked in estate agency since 1985, joining Curchods in 1991. He is passionate about the business and has spent most of his career working within Shepperton, where he has gained an intimate knowledge of the local market. He has a wealth of experience and is widely respected within the property industry and from the many clients that he has helped move over the years for his technical knowledge and capabilities.
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“We recently purchased a house through Curchods in Shepperton and their help and service was flawless . Graham was a pleasure to deal with , very helpful and efficient. We would definitely come back to Graham (and Curchods) if we were to move in the future.”Minsterley Avenue, Shepperton
“Friendly and professional staff! We have nothing but positive things to say about Graham, Owen and Daniel. Graham was an excellent negotiator and kept our buyer calm in difficult times! Thank you all.”Old Forge Crescent, Shepperton
“Excellent communication with staff. Kept me informed every step of the way. Honest, human and made the experience pleasant. Highly recommended.”Willowhayne Drive, Walton-on-Thames
“Daniel’s skills as a Negotiator are impressive; a calm, pleasant personality with an ability to react quickly to requests and to insert himself firmly between, buyer, seller and two sets of law firms. Graham and his relaxed “can do,” but focused attitude supported us well in the early stages of negotiation and agreement. ”Chertsey Road, Shepperton
“The service provided by Curchods was very professional from start to finish. Prospective buyers were shown round very efficiently and we were continually given feedback. We bought our new house through Curchods too, although through another branch. They dealt with the purchase in an equally professional manner. Thank you Curchods!”Wheatsheaf Lane, Staines Upon Thames
“Graham and Owen were very helpful, mature and communicative. I was very pleased with the service received and the outcome.”Crescent Road, Shepperton
“Graham and Owen were both very understanding and full of solutions to issues. They went above and beyond expectations!”Old Charlton Road, Shepperton
“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
“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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*Data derived from Rightmove.co.uk's internal sales statistics for TW17
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