Expert advice for discerning buyers

Put succinctly that is exactly what we offer. For twenty years Garrington has sourced, negotiated and secured properties on behalf of its clients, acquiring private residences, second homes, or properties for rental or investment, and on many occasions before the property has even come onto the open market.

The basis of our success is expertise and trust. Garrington consultants have unparalleled specialist knowledge of their local property market, an extensive network of professional contacts, and recognise the trust placed in them by their clients.

Completely independent and privately owned, Garrington offers objective and wholly impartial advice, whilst also providing clients with complete discretion and anonymity.

How can we assist you?

Areas we cover

From a network of regional offices with locally based property search consultants, Garrington offers property finding services across the UK.

If you would like further information on how we can assist you in a particular area, please click on the relevant link below to take you to one of our regional specific websites.

  • Definitely made our search much easier especially as the property we did buy didn't even go to market, so a massive thank you

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

    Mr & Mrs I - Kent
  • They were able to use their impressive local market knowledge to help us identify the perfect house as well as helping with every detail of the move including advice on location, commute and schooling for our children

    Mr PG - South
  • Your knowledge of the property market and contacts with local estate agents saved us many hours of fruitless viewings by eliminating unsuitable properties

    Mr & Mrs P - Upper Wharfdale

Market Review – May 2018

After a lacklustre start to the year, the property market is settling back into a period of cautious normality. Last year’s snap election cheated the market of its traditional post-Easter boost, but this spring we’ve seen an injection of new stock and an uptick in buyer interest. Of course, the number of homes for sale remains at a desperately low level, but crucially the market appears to be more free-flowing again and sales data from Nationwide records a modest rise in average asking prices last month of 0.2%. Sellers spring…

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