It has been an interesting couple of weeks at the Williams Harlow Estate Agents offices in Banstead and Cheam. The now fabled ‘beast from the east’ along with ‘Storm Emma’ did their combined best to disrupt our work and put us ‘off our game’ but we fought through the weather to conduct all our viewings, valuations and enquiries. The Banstead branch of Williams Harlow was proud to have their full compliment of staff in both their sales and lettings department all of last week and Williams Harlow in Cheam had the same.
The property market was a little quieter in the white weather which was to be expected but true to form the property market has bounced back strongly and quickly with both offices reporting an increase in viewings, valuations and enquiries in this week. We are also looking forward to the Spring season which is on the horizon, as this is a traditionally strong period for Williams Harlow Estate Agents in Cheam, in addition the impending Easter period is also an eagerly anticipated period (not just for the chocolate eggs) as our Banstead office has always seen a slight increase in the number of houses sold – maybe there is something in the chocolate in Banstead and Cheam?
Williams Harlow in Cheam also have a new member of staff joining their already friendly and knowledgeable team in the next few weeks so next time you are in the area, pop in to our office on Station Way, Cheam and say ‘hi’ as you will always be assured of a warm welcome and a warm/cold drink.