Hartley & Worstenholme Estate Agents buck market trends
By Timothy Wilton 03/01/2013

Despite trying times for the property market and the tendency for the Christmas period to be slow for buyers and sellers, Hartley & Worstenholme Estate Agents are continuing to go from strength to strength. Throughout November and December, our estate agents have seen solid and reassuring sales figures where other firms are winding down for the Christmas holidays.

Lisa McIntosh, property manager and estate agent at Hartley & Worstenholme, commented ‘The market has definitely improved for us this year. Despite difficult conditions, I have a good feeling about the property market and I am very excited to see what 2013 holds.

Having a combined solicitors’ practice and estate agency enables us to offer continuing and seamless support for those looking to buy or sell property. We also offer lettings and property management services across the region and nationally. This sets us apart from the majority of our competitors and also helps cut time and costs from the conveyancing process. These savings are passed on to our customers, which contributes to many clients returning to the firm again and again.’

Additionally, Hartley & Worstenholme have been awarded both Lexcel and CQS accreditation. These schemes recognise firms who meet the highest possible standards of quality throughout the conveyancing process. Tom Day, a partner in the firm and head of Residential Conveyancing, said ‘The overall beneficiaries of our Lexcel and CQS accreditation will be clients who use us when buying or selling a home. They will receive a reliable and efficient conveyancing service as recognised by those standards.’

.