Professional Property Finders

Garrington South East have a reputation as well regarded, professional property finders throughout the counties of KentEssex and Hertfordshire. Our experienced and skilled home finders have a vast knowledge of their local areas, helping you make the best informed buying decision when searching for your next home. These counties offer a diverse mix of beautiful landscapes, different architectural styles, peaceful historic villages, an ancient coastline and rich mix of bustling market towns and cities. Each of our home buying agents can cater to the differing needs of a wide variety of client groups, ranging from; busy city commuters, second homeowners, families, ex-pats and retired couples.

Our property finders can also help guide you when considering your children’s education and can highlight a choice of excellent schools in the South East, catering for both the public and private sector.

Garrington property finders can take away much of the stress and wasted time associated with searching for a home in the South East, leaving you the enviable task of choosing from the personally inspected properties that meet with your specific needs. Through their extensive network of contacts, and ability for finding that ‘needle in a haystack’ property, each of our property finders can often present you with properties ‘off market’, giving you a clear advantage in a competitive market.

How can we assist you?

Other regions we cover

  • Garrington proved to be an impressive negotiator with difficult agents and solicitors, and pulled us through the inevitable wobbles in the house-buying process with calm but clear advice

    Mr & Mrs I – Kent
  • Without all your assistance, our search for a house and our house move would have been very difficult indeed

    Mr F – London
  • After we appointed Garrington we found their service to be invaluable across a broad range of areas, not just property search

    Mr & Mrs L – Kent

Monthly Market Review – May 2016

Mirroring the recent unpredictable and unseasonal weather the property market has not seen the usual ‘spring bounce’. After an exceptionally busy first quarter activity is now showing signs of slowing. Some would argue that 2016 is looking anything but a traditional year. Given the level of geopolitical and economic volatility and associated uncertainty, there is an element of inevitability that the property market becomes affected. All change Price indices and media reports on the state of the market have been rife with opposing views and contradictions on a near daily…
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In the press

UK property market boosted by buy to let rush in march, official figures show

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“Runaway” house prices continue to see prospective buyers “locked” into renting

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Buyers apply brakes after ‘stampede’ for homes

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