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    Booth Gadenne is an independent estate agency owned and run by Jon Booth, Nathan Gadenne and Mike Bell. With many years' experience and up to date knowledge we have a genuine approach to estate agency and believe in honest, straightforward advice. 

    Booth Gadenne's professionalism is reflected in the strict code of conduct issued by The Property Ombudsman and Guild of Professional Estate Agents ensuring our client's receive quality service and peace of mind.

    We understand that choosing the right agent to manage your investment is fundamental to letting your property quickly and effectively.

    As independent estate agents, we are experts in your local area and are an integral part of the community we serve. We are best placed to advise you about the local environment, provide you with accurate valuations and notify you of specific market trends. Our businesses really does succeed or fail by the quality of the service we provide.

    We have signed up to the Property Ombudsman Code of Practice for Residential Estate Agents which provides additional consumer protection that goes well beyond that required by the law.

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    At Booth Gadenne we are constantly looking at different ways of serving our clients in the best possible way. We use a variety of different approaches to communicate with tenants and landlords ensuring good working relationships throughout.

    Our focus is on using local knowledge, national networks and up to date technology to present each property in the best, most relevant way ensuring the right tenant is found as quickly as possible. Above all, we recognise the importance of speaking openly and honestly, and giving the best guidance possible.

    Costs are essential to the viability of any investment, and for most landlords a rental property will be the biggest investment they make after his own home. With no hidden charges and a set-up fee you only pay once Booth Gadenne's fee structure is the fair, uncomplicated and transparent.

    Whether you are a first time landlord or an experienced investor you can be assured of receiving the very best guidance from Booth Gadenne.

    To request a free Landlord's Guide or just chat about your rental property CALL 01929 551 661.



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    Lettings is not only about property, it's about people too. At Booth Gadenne we understand that it is the relationships between Landlord, Agent and Tenant that are key to success. We believe that clear property guidance only comes from the best training available. Coupled with an unrivalled marketing punch Booth Gadenne's landlords enjoy the best Lettings Service available.
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    Lauren Churchill - Lettings Manager
    As lettings manager Lauren makes sure our landlords' properties are well cared for and confirm to the latest legislation. If she's not available she's probably on another course!
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    Nathan Gadenne PGDip. Surv - Director
    Having joined the company in 2005 to run the lettings department 2 years later Nathan become a director and a qualified professional achieving a post graduate diploma in surveying in 2015.
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    Sue Ford - Administrator
    Sue helps to solve issues and keep landlords and tenants happy day to day. she works part time, but it's a full time job!
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    Clare Holmes
    Our office Manager Clare is always on hand to help with all types of enquiries from sales to lettings. Clare gets it done.
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    Where we're active

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    Note: Markers represent the centre of postcodes, not exact locations

    Find us

    7A West Street,
    Wareham,
    BH20 4JS

    Telephone us

    Buying: 01929 780012  Local call rate
    Letting: 01929 780011  Local call rate

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    Auction Fees: The purchase of this property may include associated fees not listed here, as it is to be sold via auction. To find out more about the fees associated with this property please call Booth Gadenne, Wareham on 01929 551661.


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      Who We Are
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      Booth Gadenne is a long established estate agency providing sales and lettings advice across Dorset including Wareham, Swanage, Bere Regis, Corfe Castle, The Isle of Purbeck and beyond.

      Jonathan Booth (F.P.C.S.), Nathan Gadenne (PGDip Surv) and Mike Bell (A.C.I.B.) provide comprehensive local property knowledge combined with a professional, friendly and understanding approach.

      Based in Swanage, Corfe Mullen and Bere Regis our directors have a depth of knowledge and experience ranging from selling and letting property to surveying and right through to finance. Backed by attentive administrative support and using the latest in estate agent technology, our customers really do enjoy a premium service.
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      What We Do
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      As independent estate agents, we are experts in your local area and are an integral part of the community we serve. We are best placed to advise you about the local environment, provide you with accurate valuations and notify you of specific market trends affecting local property prices and sales. Our business success depends on the quality of the service we provide.

      We have also signed up to the Property Ombudsman Code of Practice for Residential Estate Agents, which provides additional consumer protection that goes well beyond that required by the law.

      As part of the Guild of Professional Estate Agents' 750 office network, Booth Gadenne is a local estate agent with a big punch. Put simply, there is no better network or guidance available.

      Buyers from London and the Home Counties are significant in driving demand in our area.  Our associate Park Lane office places your property firmly in front of this important market and is just one of the ways in which we provide the very best coverage for all of our properties.

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      Why We Do It
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      We understand that choosing the right estate agent, pricing your home correctly and ensuring your home is presented in the best possible light, are fundamental to selling your home quickly and effectively.

      Booth Gadenne ensures that all our customers and clients receive the best possible advice and highest standard of service. We believe in honest, straightforward advice that you can trust.

      Call 01929 551 661 and speak to Jon, Mike or Nathan for a great sales experience.
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      Viewings are one of the most important parts of the buying process, it allows a prospective buyer to find out more about the property and the area and ultimately it will help them decide if it's really the place for them to call home.

      As the seller, you want your property to give off the very best impression and ultimately find someone who thinks it feels like home to them. The process can be long and stressful, so these 5 tips might just help you along the way to preparing for, and hosting the perfect viewing.

      1. First impressions really do count!

      Viewings are always arrange for a mutually appropriate time, so if you then are unable to make it at the last minute or are browsing the aisles of your local supermarket whilst someone waits on your doorstep, you might as well rule that viewing out. Make sure you've spent some time cleaning and making a fresh and welcoming environment, whilst you want the property to be respectable, remember it isn't a show home and showing it's lived in can help to make people a little more comfortable. Some bright seasonal flowers and lots of nice natural light always make a property seem more welcoming.

      1. Kerb Appeal

      Whilst, it's important to have the inside of the property looking spot on, how does your property look from the road? If you've got an overgrown front garden trim it back and make it presentable so that when the potential buyers pull up outside, they can see a nice clear view of the property. If it looks like it's poorly maintained, you could get off on the wrong foot and they may enter the property with a negative impression.

      1. Make it feel like home

      It's your home and the prospective buyers will be quite aware of this - you know it best so showing off the best features of the property and even telling little quirky anecdotes of the time your kids turned the under-stairs cupboard into their den will help them to picture their family calling it home.

      1. Don't be pushy

      You're not there to push someone in to buying your home, you're there to show them around the property and learn how fantastic it is. Sometimes it takes a buyer a little bit of time to decide if a property is right for them, making good impressions and answering any questions that they may have will always help them to make a decision of their own.

      1. Keep the best for last

      Make like a magician and have something up your sleeve that the buyers aren't expecting. Whilst you should start with a nice feature like your fantastic new kitchen, when you're coming to the end of the viewing slip in another feature that will really impress, show off your mature, landscaped garden or the stunning views from your loft-room - adding these in last will make your home stick in their mind and will add a talking point when they begin to shortlist further.

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      Step 1 - Working out what you can afford
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      Buying a property is a big step involving a substantial long-term financial commitment, so think hard about what you can afford. You will need to consider the assets you have - like savings - as well as the money that's coming in and going out.

      Although it may reduce your buying options, you don't want to commit to a mortgage and then realise you can't afford some of the nicer things in life! It may sound obvious but take time to think of all the things you spend money on throughout the year, even without a mortgage.

      BOOTH GADENNE RECOMMENDS:

      Using Rightmove's Budget Calculator to help you determine what you may be able to afford on a new mortgage - this simple calculator could save you a lot of time and pain in the long run.

      Once you know what you are able to pay back on a mortgage each month you can use our Mortgage Calculator to find out what total mortgage amount your monthly payments could represent.

      The Budget Calculator takes you through everything your household could spend throughout the year. You have the option of specifying whether the amount you spend is weekly, monthly, quarterly or annually so you don't have to calculate it all yourself.

      In addition to understanding your monthly budget limits, you need to work out your one-off moving costs.

      BOOTH GADENNE RECOMMENDS:

      You read our guide to the Cost of Buying so you can avoid any unwelcome surprises.

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      Step 2 - Getting a mortgage
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      For most people buying a property the biggest ongoing cost is the mortgage - simply a loan secured against a property. You can't sell the property without paying off the mortgage first and if you don't keep up the repayments the lender can repossess the property.

      Because of the credit crunch, it is vital that you secure a mortgage with a lender before starting the searching process. This way, when you find the right property, you will avoid being beaten to it by another buyer and you will also be in a much stronger negotiating position.

      Generally, the best mortgage deals are available to people who put in at least 15% of the property's value, leaving the mortgage company to lend the other 85%.

      If you put in less than 10%, you may have to pay a "Higher Lending Fee" (sometimes called a Mortgage Indemnity or a Mortgage Guarantee Charge) which will add to the cost of your mortgage.

      BOOTH GADENNE RECOMMENDS:

      Our guide to Mortgage Costs and Fees, which outlines the additional extra costs you may have to pay.

      Use our Mortgage Repayment Calculator to find out what the ongoing monthly repayments on your mortgage are likely to be.

      As a rough guide, providing the amount you are borrowing is at least 85% of the property value, budget to add 1.75% onto the Bank of England base rate, which will give you a ball park figure of the likely annual interest rate.

      Finding a mortgage
      • Firstly, get a rough idea of what's available. Your estate agent should be able to help you with this as a starting point.
      • If you already have a relationship with a bank or building society, see what they have to offer.
      • If your circumstances or the property you want to buy are unusual it may be worth asking your estate agent if they know a good "intermediary" such as a mortgage broker who can help. Always ask if they search the whole market or just a small set of lenders, and how much they charge.
      • Home builders and developers often have attractive mortgage deals.
      • Your employer - some financial firms have mortgage schemes for staff.

      BOOTH GADENNE RECOMMENDS:

      Reading our introduction to Mortgages which outlines the various options available.

      If you are a council or Housing Association tenant, are on a low income or a key worker there may be other options available.

      You may also be able to get help from your parents if they are prepared to act as a guarantor on a mortgage.

      BOOTH GADENNE RECOMMENDS:

      Our guide for First-Time Buyers which outlines the options available to you in more detail.

      How a mortgage lender assesses you

      Mortgage lenders will take your credit history into account as well as your incomings. They are particularly interested in how often you have defaulted on other payments, your existing credit agreements, if you have any County Court Judgments or if you have been declared bankrupt.

      If your credit rating is poor, you may be able to get a Sub Prime Mortgage deal where you'll probably pay a higher mortgage rate. Alternatively, you could wait until your credit record has improved. With mortgage lenders tightening their criteria, 'risky' borrowers will unfortunately find it increasingly difficult to obtain finance.

      It's possible to check your credit reference file with the UK's main credit reference agencies: Experian, Equifax or Callcredit. Access to your file only costs a few pounds. If you see anything that's wrong you can challenge its validity.

      If you are self employed you'll probably have to show the lender income from your business for at least two years and if you are a contract worker, you'll have to prove to the lender that your earnings will continue.

      For couples, the lender will look at both incomes. Some lenders will consider groups of up to four people buying together. Think carefully before you buy with friends because each of you will be "jointly and severally liable" meaning you will have to pay the mortgage if one of the others doesn't pay their share.

      If you can prove your income is about to increase substantially - perhaps you'll soon qualify as a doctor - some lenders may be prepared to lend more.

      While a lender will happily work out what they think you can afford, remember you need to be comfortable too. Make sure you will be able to deal with unexpected extras that crop up. Key questions to ask yourself are:

      • Can I continue to live the lifestyle I want if I were to take on this mortgage?
      • What if my circumstances change, for example if I want to take a career break to study, have a child or have to look after a sick relative?
      • What would happen if I lost my job?
      • What would happen if interest rates went up?
      • If any or all of these things happen could I still keep up the mortgage repayments?

      Budget for rises in interest rates - for example, for every 1% increase in the interest rate on a £100,000 mortgage the interest payment alone jumps by around £83 each month.

      Choosing a mortgage

      Once you have read through all the mortgages on offer, you are ready to compare mortgages. Here are some tips:

      • If you've got quotes from different lenders make sure you compare them on a like-for-like basis looking at payments, charges and flexibility.
      • Ask about the term of the mortgage. Most mortgages are 25 years in length, but you can choose a longer or shorter period if you wish, depending on what you can afford and how quickly you want to be debt free.
      • At the end of any special offer periods, you may be switched onto the lender's standard variable rate. So at the end of the period, remember to ask your lender if they have any better products available and don't be afraid to shop around to get the best deal.
      Get a Mortgage in Principle

      Once you think you've found a mortgage deal you like, the next step is to get a Mortgage in Principle agreement from a lender.

      JARGON BUSTER - AGREEMENT IN PRINCIPLE

      Provided by lenders as a statement that this is what they are prepared to lend the named borrowers subject to approval of the property

      To do this they'll need to do a full credit check on you. As each check leaves a "footprint" on your credit file, it's best not to do too many as it can hurt your credit rating.

      A Mortgage in Principle will show agents and sellers that you are a serious buyer with a mortgage lined up - and put you a step ahead of other buyers.

      Your mortgage company will provide a summary of the mortgage agreement, called the Key Facts Illustration showing the total cost of the mortgage, the interest rate, whether there are any penalties for early repayment and any other special conditions.

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      Step 3 - Finding the ideal property

      You will need to consider what aspects of a property are most important to you:

      • number of bedrooms / bathrooms.
      • parking provisions.
      • separate kitchen and dining room.
      • private garden.
      • conservatory.
      • how much time/money you may want to spend redecorating etc.

      Tell your agent exactly what type of property you are looking for and the elements that you could possibly compromise on. Also inform them what you don't want and whether you have a mortgage agreed in principle.

      DID YOU KNOW..?

      Rightmove has the largest number of properties for sale available in the UK from over 90% of the UK's estate agents and house builders.

      What's more, if you tell us what you're looking for, we'll send you automatic property alerts when a matching property is added to Rightmove.

      New builds

      You may want to consider buying a new build; which are growing in popularity and offer many benefits to homebuyers. The benefits of buying a new home include:

      • Not having to spend money or time redecorating or repairing your new home. You may even get to choose the design before it's built.
      • New build house developers registered with the National House Building Council (NHBC) provide a 10-year warranty. Similar guarantees can be gained from other providers.
      • You can avoid waiting for detailed surveys to be completed as your guarantee covers any unforeseen problems.
      • The average new home is up to six times more energy efficient than a traditional second-hand home.*
      • There are no upward chains when buying a new build house, so the whole process is quicker and less stressful. Some new home developers offer part exchange deals on your current home.

      *Source: The New Homes Marketing Board http://www.nhmb.co.uk

      The area

      If you are moving to a new area, you may want to do some research to see if it is suitable for your lifestyle. Useful information about house prices, school performance, public transport links and other amendities can be found on Rightmove.

      The checklist below covers some of the most important things you need to know and where to get the information:

      • Use the Government websites to find out what the council tax bandings are in the new area. The VOA website can be used for England and Wales while the SAA website is for Scotland. .
      • Get information on a variety of subjects including: population, crime, health and housing from the Office for National Statistics website.
      • Check out the public transport links on the Transport Direct or the TGL website for London.
      • Visit the Highways Agency website to check your road transport links and any plans for future road developments that may affect house prices in the future.
      • Look at the Environment Agency website to find out more about the local environment; from pollution to flooding.
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      Step 5 - Negotiating and making an offer

      Once you have found the property of your dreams, the next step is to make an offer. It is important to consider a variety of factors when choosing your price level in order to achieve the right deal for you. Take a step back to logically look at all the things that matter before making your offer.

      First time buyers, buyers with no chain and buyers who have pre-arranged mortgages have a head start on most of the competition. If this is you, then make the agent and seller aware of this, as this can put you in a very favourable negotiating position, especially if the seller is in a chain. Be sure to check if they are in a hurry to sell or have been trying to sell for a long time. If so, they may be willing to accept a lower offer to make the sale. Sellers who are not in a hurry to move are more likely to hold out for a higher price.

      JARGON BUSTER: GAZUMPING & GAZUNDERING

      A term used to denote a situation where the seller has accepted an offer but subsequently accepts a higher offer from another purchaser. This is legal and ensuring the property is taken off the market is one way of reducing this risk. Gazumping happens most frequently in a seller's market. Gazundering is the term for when a buyer reduces their offer just before the contracts are exchanged in the hope of forcing the seller to accept less for the property. Again this is considered legal.

      Knowing your budget ceiling is crucial so decide your maximum limit from the start and stand firm. If the seller refuses to budge, you need to think very carefully if the property really is worth the extra money and of course, what you will have to live without over the long term. Do your homework and check what the property is truly worth. Whilst sold house prices can help give an idea of recent sales, it's better to see what the competition is like now. If there are few similar properties for sale in the area, chances are the seller has the upper-hand. Also, if there are any faults or repair work required, use this to justify a lower offer. In tougher times when there are fewer buyers, sellers may be more willing to negotiate on price.

      Once you make an offer make it clear that it's subject to contract and a satisfactory survey. If you are buying from a developer, while selling an existing property, see if they will offer a part exchange to buy your existing house.

      And good luck!

      Offer accepted. What next?

      Once the seller has accepted your offer, ask them to take it off the market. They don't have to agree to this, but doing so will shut out other potential buyers. Now you need to move fast - the seller will want to see progress so try to avoid any unnecessary delays in getting the surveys and other legal work done. Complete the lender's application form and send them the documents they require - this will include proof of your ID, evidence of your earnings, proof of your address over the last few months and your bank statements, so have these ready.

      The lender will arrange for a valuation to be done on the property. If you are lucky enough to not need a mortgage, you don't have to get a survey done, though buying a property without one is not advisable and risky. If you are buying an older property, one that needs repairs or just for your own peace of mind, you could consider getting a more detailed survey done than the basic lender's valuation. Ask your boothgadenne or a surveyor at www.rics.org for a quote.

      The lender will use the surveyor's Valuation Report and other information you provided to calculate how much it will allow you to borrow by way of mortgage secured on the property.

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      Step 6 - Conveyancing - the legal aspects
      Here is our quick guide to understanding what a conveyancer does. They will:
      • Obtain sellers' responses to questions, such as who owns the boundaries, whether they have had any disputes with neighbours and what fixtures and fittings are included.
      • Check copies of any guarantees on the property, details of planning permissions and building regulation certificates.
      • Check the seller really is the owner of the property and prepare a Report on Title for you.
      • Check local authority searches and plans for the local area.
      • Pay stamp duty tax on the property.
      • Arrange registration of title in your name.

      Tips for choosing and using a conveyancer
      1. Get at least three conveyancers' quotes well before you start looking for property. Ask friends, family and your estate agent for recommendations.
      2. Tell your conveyancer if you want answers to any specific questions in advance.
      3. Let them know when you would like to exchange contracts and complete. Tell them you will require regular updates of how the purchase is progressing.
      4. Try to negotiate a no sale - no fee deal, so if the deal falls through you don't pay anything.
      5. Check and compare quotes carefully making sure they are like for like. Decide if you also want the conveyancer to arrange an Environmental Search, which will give information such as flood risk, radon levels and local mines in the area.

      You can also help to keep the process moving ahead by:

      • Giving the conveyancer some basic information to get started; things like your mortgage lender details, the seller's details, proof of your ID and any specific questions you would like them to ask the seller.
      • Completing mortgage application forms and responding to solicitors' queries as soon as you can. Use registered post or deliver documents by hand to save time.
      • Checking seller's responses to questions carefully.
      • Asking your conveyancer if you don't understand anything.

      It can take anywhere between 6 and 12 weeks from the day your offer is accepted to getting all the paperwork completed and queries answered, even where there is no chain.

      What happens next?

      In England and Wales, Exchange of Contracts is the last stage of the legal process after which you cannot pull out (without losing your deposit and any legal costs you may have incurred).

      Once everything is ready, you'll then be asked to pay a deposit- usually 10% (but sometimes 5%) of the property value before contracts can be exchanged. If the buyer pulls out after this stage, they will lose their deposit and may face legal action from the seller. It is essential to have Buildings Insurance cover in place at this stage and buyers should also consider other protection such as Life Insurance.

      A date for completion is usually set for at least two weeks after contracts are exchanged. This should give you enough time to arrange moving in.

      Your conveyancer will call you to tell you when your money has arrived - so you can get the keys and move in. The conveyancer will also send you a completion statement. Read it carefully - it should reflect their original quotation.

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      Step 7 - Preparing for Moving Day

      It is unusual to hear from someone who didn't have a stressful time moving but being organised is the trick to minimise your stress levels during this time.

      Here are some tips to make moving day as smooth as possible:

      • Use a good removal firm - seek recommendations from friends or get removal quotes from Rightmove. Look for members of the British Association of Removers who operate a strict code of conduct.
      • If possible, try to stagger moving days so you don't have to do everything all in one day.
      • This can also give you time to do any essential work to the new property such as carpet cleaning or any decorating that needs to be done before all your belongings arrive.
      • Try to avoid Mondays and Fridays which are the busiest days on the roads.
      • Save time and cost by doing some of the packing yourself.
      • Check out the best value utility contracts for your new property well in advance and read the meters in both properties on moving day.
      • Redirect post well beforehand - this is especially essential to protect yourself from identity theft
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      MARKETING SERVICES
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      With three driven company directors based in the Wareham office our clients are never far away from the latest in property presentation and marketing. We believe marketing should be tailored to the property being sold, the vendors needs and timescales.

      Here are just some of the additional services we provide our cleints ( some services are available at an additional cost):-


      • Local Newspaper
      • Submission for National Newspaper Editorial
      • London Property Review Magazine
      • London Property Exhibition
      • Associate Office in Park Lane
      • Professional Photography
      • Printed Lifestyle and Property Magazines distributed across the South West
      • Right move Premium Listings
      • Virtual tours
      • HD Videos & Slide Shows
      • Online lifestyle and property magazine


      For more information on how these additional services can help 
      kick start your property sale CALL 01929 551 661.

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      THE GUILD OF PROFESSIONAL ESTATE AGENTS
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      The Guild of Professional Estate Agents (also known as The Guild) is a membership organisation with a national network in excess of 780 independently owned estate agents. As your local Guild Agent Booth Gadenne has exclusive access to a comprehensive range of tools, training and marketing as well as the latest IT facilities. These additional services enable us to provide you with a unique service securing the best possible result when selling your home.



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      ELITE FINANCIAL SERVICES
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      Booth Gadenne are proud to recommend Elite Financial Services.

      Based in Broadstone Elite Financial Services treat all of their clients with the utmost importance and this philosophy has given them a reputation of quality that has earned them an extremely high level of repeat and referred business.

      They are made up of highly professional, experienced and qualified Advisers, supported by a committed and efficient team of administrators delivering the highest quality of advice and service.

      To arrange a free, no obligation conversation contact David Drew on 07976 744 006 / 01202 650 077
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      Jon Booth - Director
      Well known and respected for his approachable manner and unrivaled knowledge Jon Booth (FPCS) has been advising on property matters for over 25 years.
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      Mike Bell - Director
      Mike joined the team in 2014 from the consultancy sector. He has deep seated experience in all aspects of finance, and a passion for property and project management. Connecting the right people with the right property is what he does best!
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      Nathan Gadenne - Director
      Having joined the company in 2005 to run the lettings department 2 years later Nathan become a director and a qualified professional achieving a post graduate diploma in surveying in 2015.
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      Clare Holmes - Administrator
      Clare has a handle on all the properties we have on the market as well as those we have agreed sales on. Having had previous experience within a conveyancing department Clare knows which buttons to press in order to get our clients property sales through as quickly as possible. 
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      Where we're active

      Our Branch

      Our Branch

      Current Properties

      Recently Sold Properties

      Note: Markers represent the centre of postcodes, not exact locations

      Find us

      7A West Street,
      Wareham,
      BH20 4JS

      Telephone us

      Buying: 01929 780012  Local call rate
      Letting: 01929 780011  Local call rate

      Email us

      Contact us

      Disclaimer

      The content on this Microsite has been uploaded by Booth Gadenne, Wareham. Rightmove Group Limited makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of the content, any queries should be sent directly to Booth Gadenne, Wareham. Where properties are displayed on a page, this comprises a property advertisement. Rightmove Group Limited who operate the website Rightmove.co.uk makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of the advertisement or any linked or associated information, and Rightmove has no control over the content. These property advertisements do not constitute property particulars. The information is provided and maintained by Booth Gadenne, Wareham. Please contact the agent directly to obtain any information which may be available under the terms of The Energy Performance of Buildings (Certificates and Inspections) (England and Wales) Regulations 2007 or the Home Report if in relation to a residential property in Scotland and if you have any query over the content.

      *Guide Price: An indication of a seller's minimum expectation at auction and given as a “Guide Price” or a range of “Guide Prices”. This is not necessarily the figure a property will sell for and is subject to change prior to the auction.

      Reserve Price: Each auction property will be subject to a “Reserve Price” below which the property cannot be sold at auction. Normally the “Reserve Price” will be set within the range of “Guide Prices” or no more than 10% above a single “Guide Price.”

      Auction Fees: The purchase of this property may include associated fees not listed here, as it is to be sold via auction. To find out more about the fees associated with this property please call Booth Gadenne, Wareham on 01929 551661.


      Welcome to Booth Gadenne, Wareham

      Title

      BOOTH GADENNE - CLEAR PROPERTY GUIDANCE
      • Introduction

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        We are a long established estate agency providing sales and lettings advice across Dorset including Wareham, Purbeck, Swanage, Bere Regis, Corfe Castle and beyond. 

        Jonathan Booth, Nathan Gadenne and Mike Bell provide comprehensive local property knowledge combined with a professional, friendly and understanding approach.As part of the Guild of Professional Estate Agent's 750 office network Booth Gadenne are a local estate agent with a big punch. 

        Put simply, there is no better network or guidance available. Buyers from London and the Home Counties are significant in driving demand in our area. 

        Our associate Park Lane office places your property firmly in front of this important market and is just one of the ways in which we provide the very best coverage for all of our properties.Many of our competitors offer similar services to us - but the similarity ends there. Attention to detail, the right attitude and a commitment to training are just a few things which set us apart. 

        We guarantee a depth of advice and support which few of our competitors can match, but don't take our word for it, come and find out for yourself!

        Call on 01929 551 661 and receive the estate agency service you deserve.

      Find Us

      Branch address

      7A West Street,
      Wareham,
      BH20 4JS

      Get in touch

      Buying: 01929 780012  Local call rate
      Letting: 01929 780011  Local call rate
      Note: The pin shows the centre of the branch's postcode, and does not pinpoint the exact address.

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      *Guide Price: An indication of a seller's minimum expectation at auction and given as a “Guide Price” or a range of “Guide Prices”. This is not necessarily the figure a property will sell for and is subject to change prior to the auction.

      Reserve Price: Each auction property will be subject to a “Reserve Price” below which the property cannot be sold at auction. Normally the “Reserve Price” will be set within the range of “Guide Prices” or no more than 10% above a single “Guide Price.”

      Auction Fees: The purchase of this property may include associated fees not listed here, as it is to be sold via auction. To find out more about the fees associated with this property please call Booth Gadenne, Wareham on 01929 551661.


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