Taylor & Co Property in Abergavenny

Our very best wishes to all our followers for a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Our high street office may be closed over the festive period but all our properties are fully advertised online and we will be available by email or social media to answer all your queries. 

We hope that you all have a fabulous Christmas and we look forward to a prosperous 2020 for us all.

The legal principle of caveat emptor (‘let the buyer beware’) may date back centuries but it still applies to today’s conveyancing process. It puts the onus squarely on the buyer to find out if there are any physical defects with the property before committing to the transaction. Unfortunately, more than 7 million home buyers don't bother with a professional property survey, leaving themselves wide open to nasty surprises further down the line.

With global warming increasing at pace, and a number of problems with the environment being caused by our reliance on fossil fuels, there is no doubt that the world needs to start investing in more clean and green energy solutions.  And the simple fact is that any changes of this nature need to begin in your own home.  The Guild of Property Professionals recognise that many of us want to do more to utilise clean energy at home, but believe that a huge number of homeowners do not realise just how easy and varied it is to power your home with green electricity. 

To celebrate the final of The Great British Bake Off UK, we are holding a coffee morning to kick start our fundraising for Ty Hafan.   Ty Hafan provides comfort, care and fun to children with life limiting conditions and offers families short break care and helps them make the most of the time they have together.

Date: 29th October 2019

Location: 24 Lion Street Abergavenny NP7 5NT

Please call in for a cuppa and a piece of cake to support a worthy cause.


All properties require ongoing maintenance, but when you’re not there to keep an eye on things, the safety and security of your property may be at greater risk. 

You may be a landlord with a void in the tenancy or own a holiday home mothballed for the winter months. Perhaps you’re working or travelling abroad for an extended period, leaving your flat or house unoccupied.  Whatever the circumstances in which the building is left empty, The Guild of Property Professionals have put together these simple measures to protect your property.

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