A very warm welcome to Martin and Wheatley's website. We are an independent Lettings, Investment and Property Management company based in Surrey with over 48 years of market experience.
We're not solicitors but our advice is free and with our combined industry experience there's not much we haven't come up against! We always welcome a chat, with no obligation. Join the Evolution!
We are an organic lettings agency. There is no artificial advice, no pumped up promises, this is 100% best intended advice grown out of solid industry experience. Join the Evolution!
Martin and Wheatley are an independent Lettings, Investment and Property Management Company. Based in Weybridge, we cover all aspects of the residential letting market specialising in corporate and private tenancies from luxury family houses to executive apartments in Surrey, South London and Berkshire.
We are fully qualified and members of ARLA (Association of Residential Lettings Agents), TPO (The Property Ombudsmen),TDS (The Dispute Service) with CMP (Client Money Protection) and over 48 years industry experience.
We are an organic lettings agency. There is no artificial advice, no pumped up promises, this is 100% best intended advice grown out of solid industry experience.
We are delighted to announce the arrival of Beverley Wolsey our new property manager who has joined the team at Martin & Wheatley. Beverley lives locally, knows our market inside out and comes with huge experience having previously handled property management at both Savills and Curchods. Welcome on board Beverley! Read Beverleys full profile here http://www.martinandwheatley.com/staff/beverley-wolsey
As part of our ongoing expansion plans I'm delighted to welcome our newest recruit to the office, Jack. Jack is new to the business but will primarily be accompanying viewings, sniffing out new instructions and sweetening deals. He brings a calming presence to what is sometimes a stressful environment! I'm sure you'll be seeing more of him!
Few can deny that the new stamp duty laws to be introduced in 2016 will damage the private rented sector in the UK. However, landlords are already looking at the positive and capitalising on this by buying now before the changes come in.