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Established independent estate agents and property letting agents offering property for sale and property to let in Leytonstone, Leyton, London E11 and E10 plus surrounding areas.

We're recognised for delivering a dedicated and professional service together with the very highest level of customer care.

Whether selling, letting, buying or renting our friendly and experienced team will be able to help.

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Property for Sale Leytonstone

Looking to Sell?

Selling your property is a significant step, normally involving one of your biggest assets, so how do you choose between different estate agents and what can you expect for your money?

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Property E11

Services for Landlords

Letting your property can seem quite daunting - who can you trust in helping to protect you in this complex and fast moving industry and what role does the agent play?


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Letting Agents Leytonstone

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If you own a property and are thinking of selling or letting, why not take advantage of our free property valuation service. No fuss, no obligation just friendly advice to help you assess your options.

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Latest testimonials

Matthew and Josefina , a buyer


9/05/2017
Professional outfit who understand the stress of house buying/selling and position themselves thoughtfully in the transaction with calming assurance and good local knowledge. Highly recommended.

Robert, a tenant


7/05/2017
After various blow outs from other local estate agents I stumbled across trading places, after a 30 minute viewing I was settled into my new home. Helpful and courteous to the extreme I couldn't have asked for more from a local family run estate agents. Start here then try the rest.

From, a landlord


3/05/2017
Very professional knowledgeable friendly and overall good service. Highly recommended for rental service

T Cooper, a buyer


10/04/2017
Paul showed us around the property and then Jennifer took us through the purchase. Both were exceptionally and refreshingly friendly and Jennifer was consistently present and helpful every step of the way and put us completely at ease with our first home purchase. Won't hesitate to recommend them to friends!

Zannatul Islam, a landlord


5/04/2017
Always a good experience with the agent – understand that the landlord is also the client

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Latest news

Trying to secure finance on a property where Japanese knotweed is growing in the garden can be extremely problematic. If Japanese Knotweed is growing on land adjacent to the property being financed, this too can pose a problem. But what do you know about this herbaceous perennial plant? If you have a garden, here are a few things you ought to know about this invasive plant. It can be very difficult to spot Japanese Knotweed and can often be mistaken for Bamboo, Broadleaf dock, Bindweed, Russian vine or Ground elder.

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Analysing and understanding the UK property market is notoriously difficult. Conflicting reports and biased perspectives often confuse people who simply want a degree of reassurance that their purchase or sale is well-timed. Many people who currently have no intention of moving are also naturally curious about the value of their home, which is usually their biggest investment.

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Wednesday’s budget was noticeable for the absence of any mention of the housing market. This oversight was met with derision from almost ever organisation with an interest in the property sector. There has been a succession of housing ministers over recent years, each of which has introduced several, mostly ill-considered, policies which have effectively damaged the sector by tinkering with it, rather than by providing serious reform.

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There can be nothing better suited to the internet than property, and hits to property websites far outnumber those of any other industry. The ability to be able to search in the comfort of your own home, usually without having to provide any personal details, is certainly attractive and has transformed the way the public begins to look for their new home. So will the internet replace traditional estate agency? It would certainly seem not.

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