Taylor & Co Property in Abergavenny

We are absolutely thrilled and delighted to announce that we have been awarded the accolade of ABERGAVENNY LETTING AGENT GOLD WINNER 2019/20 in the British Property Awards.  This is a massive achievement for Harriet Eccles who heads up our lettings operation and also to the rest of the team who work hard at delivering outstanding levels of client care.  To read the article in full, please read our press release

 

 

If you're thinking of selling your home, now would be an amazing time.  A real sense of optimism has returned to the market since the General Election and we have a list of waiting buyers keen to make a move into a new home. So sit back and watch this video from The Guild of Property Professionals with tips on how to make a good first impression and remember, we're just opposite Morrisons in town if you want to pop in for further advice on your property sale.

This year, we have pledged to continue to raise funds for Ty Hafan, the children's hospice in Cardiff providing comfort, care and support to life limited children throughout Wales. We will be taking part in the Abergavenny Three Peaks on 28th March 2020 in support of this worthy cause and are seeking volunteers to join our walking group from any of our followers who would like to take part in this adventure with us. For further information, contact us via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  If you'd don't fancy a walk in the great outdoors but still wish to support us, you can make a donation via Just Giving on our Community page. Thankyou!

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.

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