Why Buy With Rochills
Buying property can be a complicated process. It’s also a moment of great opportunity. People make investments in property for many reasons: to secure wealth in a stable asset, to find a permanent home or to build an investment portfolio. Whatever your reason, we are here to help you make the best possible steps towards this important decision.
As a leading Surrey estate agency we are proud of the work we do and the service we provide – our team works hard to turn property goals into new home addresses. We know our area well and through regular training are well acquainted with market trends. What’s more, we put communication first – our priority is providing an excellent quality of service, both in person and online. We’re proud to have won several awards for our service from The Surrey Property Awards.
Visit our office to access and explore a diverse portfolio of properties for sale; from period to contemporary and our team will help you to find what you’re looking for and to make that perfect investment.
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I had been looking specifically for a town centre apartment when I viewed a property through Rochills which was exactly what I was looking for. I was very much impressed by their friendly approach as Rochills are a family-run business. I asked Rochills to sell my current property which again was done with ease. The whole process was done with ease and I could pop in to their office at any time to ask a question or to assist me in completing paper work. I would 100% recommend Rochills to my family and friends.
After successfully purchasing my property in Molesey through rochills I immediately contacted Rochills again to revalue my home. The efficiency of the whole team was excellent throughout the process. The answering of quires, whether by email or over the telephone was dealt with within a timely manner. I would happily recommend using Rochills for both sales and purchasing of properties to my friends and family.
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Helpful Hints and Tips On Buying Your Property
Claudia meets with Commercial Property and Residential Property Conveyancing Solicitor, Alireza Nurbakhsh, to share advice on the Conveyancing process. Alireza shares tips on how to ensure a smooth and swift legal process whether you're buying or selling a...
After you have agreed on a sale, the next step is to instruct a solicitor or conveyancer to transfer the legal ownership of the property. So how do you choose a good firm for the process? What separates a conveyancer and a solicitor?
Do you put in a high initial offer to secure it the first time around and risk wasting money? Or go in with a low offer to risk losing out on the property completely? What are the best ways to ensure you get the perfect property at the best possible price? Try not to give too much away with regards to the amount you are genuinely willing to spend. Agents tend to show you homes that are slightly above your spending limit, and this will inevitably put you in a stronger position when it comes to negotiation.
If you can’t afford to buy, renting is cheaper. Right? Well, the latest figures show that might not be the case with average mortgage payments LESS than average rent payments. But does that mean buying a home costs less than renting? If you look at the...
You’ve decided to buy a home, and you believe that you can afford it. But before you even start looking at properties, you need to decide what price range you can afford. You probably want to buy as much house as possible, but obviously don’t want to end up overstretched – or repossessed. There are so many factors to consider, that many homeowners do their sums wrong, and accidentally end up out of their depth.
Before you look for a property, you need to decide on the area. It could be the most important decision you make: get it wrong and you will either be unhappy with where you live, or face the costs of moving again …
Buying your first home can be daunting. The decisions you make along the way could save money or cost more money. Here’s a step by step guide to buying a home
There are lots of hidden costs that can add more than 10% to the total bill, which you need to factor in to your buying budget. Maintaining a property also costs more than many former rental tenants can expect. If you are not prepared for these costs, the first few years of owning your own home can be a struggle.
Homeownership in the UK has fallen to the lowest level in 25 years and this has a lot to do with the rise in deposits required to secure a mortgage. House prices are around six times the average salary and following the outcry over irresponsible lending banks are demanding hefty deposits these days. So, how do you go about raising that elusive 20%?
A property chain can cause dreaded chaos, which can end up with complications at the last minute. So, take a look at the steps you can take to help reach those milestones more smoothly if you find you’re having to buy and sell at the same time.