It’s a well known fact that moving house can be one of the most stressful things in life. That’s why it’s important that you choose an estate agent that understands all the pitfalls. At Chequers Estate Agents we aim to make the whole process of moving house as stress-free as possible. We like to think we can make your move a smart move, helping you find the perfect property at the right price in the right location.
Our team of knowledgeable and friendly staff are here to answer all of your questions and make sure that your move is an enjoyable one.
Chequers Estate Agents is an independent company specialising in residential property sales in Barnstaple and the surrounding villages of North Devon.
We have been established for over twenty years and during this time have built up an excellent reputation and developed an unrivalled track record.
• Free pre-sale valuations
• Expert market analysis using our many years experience backed up by the latest technology
• Double fronted town centre offices for unrivalled window displays
• Extensive internet marketing with exposure to the leading property portals
• Local advertising in the North Devon Journal and North Devon Gazette
•Attractively designed sales particulars illustrated with internal and external photographs and floor plans
YOU can get more "home" for you money in Bideford, according to statistics. While house prices in the market town soared 8% last year, it's still one of the most affordable places to live in North Devon. Sold prices were analysed by housebuilder Elan Homes. Sales director for the South Andrea Nippe said: "We looked at house prices for a number of surrounding towns and found that house prices overall and for detached homes in particular were among the most affordable in Bideford.
For the best chance to sell your home it is important to make sure your property stands out, and in the cold, dark winter months this couldn’t be more important. By incorporating a few simple tips, sellers can enhance the look and feel of their property, increasing the chance of attracting an offer, says National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA).
The number of first-time buyers climbing on to the property ladder rose by more than a fifth last year to a seven-year high. A Halifax review said the number of buyers joining the UK property market for the first time jumped by 22% to 326,500 in 2014, which follows a 23% increase the previous year.