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We are an organic property agency. There is no artificial advice, no pumped up promises, this is 100% best intended advice grown out of solid industry experience.
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.
Martin & Wheatley celebrate their 6th anniversary by opening new landmark offices in Weybridge Having dealt with property for 30 years, Sheila Martin & Jamie Wheatley thought they had seen and experienced all markets but the last 6 years since opening their own letting agency has been nothing short of a roller coaster ride.
Everyone will now be aware of the great exodus from London into the home-counties and beyond, creating a mini housing boom that none of us could have predicted just a few months ago. It’s a pleasant side effect of what has otherwise been a terrible year. We will also be very conscious of the recession headlines and impending very difficult times ahead, not just the UK but globally. So how does a recession sit alongside a housing boom?
The Boris Bounce, is it real and what will the effect be on the Elmbridge market? If you have any interest in the news and particularly property then you can’t have helped but hear about the Boris Bounce, the supposed positive effect that the pre-Christmas election result has had on the housing market. If we step back and look at the preceding 12 months leading up the election then the market was in a very gloomy place for buyers, sellers, renters, and landlords. Click to read more....