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    Welcome to Century21 Maidstone
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    CENTURY 21 are the World's largest estate agency chain with over 8,000 offices in over 40 countries. This global success is based upon individual service which ensures that you are not simply treated as another seller on the market. Century21 Maidstone is proud to represent Century21 in Kent's County Town and the greater Maidstone area. 

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    A Personal Service
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    We offer professional advice for selling or renting residential or commercial property. We are dedicated to continually providing buyers, sellers, landlords and tenants with the highest quality service.We understand that moving home is one of the most important and stressful events you will undertake in your lifetime - our aim is to liaise closely with you, assisting in every way and ensuring we exceed your expectations.
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    Bespoke Marketing
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    • 100% accompanied viewings 
    • Prominent TO LET boards 
    •  A single dedicated professional to market and negotiate the sale or renting of your property 
    • Exposure of your property locally and nationally through our network of offices
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    Competitive Fees
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    • Competitive fees for Tenant Find Service, Rent collection and Full Management
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    Commercial and Land
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    Century21 Maidstone offers owners and landlords of commercial property a personal and professional service whether they wish to sell or rent their office, retail or restaurant property or plots of land.

    Why not call our commercial department to discuss how our service may be able to help you?



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    General Advice for Landlords

    Mortgages

    If you have a mortgage secured against your property, you should obtain your mortgage lender's written consent allowing you to let out the property before it is advertised for rent. They may require you to include additional clauses in the tenancy agreement. If this is the case, you must inform us of those changes. If you are unable to get your mortgage lender's consent, we can refer you to our partner agency who may be able to assist you.

    Sub-letting

    Sub-letting is usually prohibited unless the tenants have written consent from you. Should you agree to allow sub-letting, we will require written confirmation of your consent.

    Insurance

    You should ensure that your buildings and contents insurance provides suitable cover for a rented property. Your policies may be deemed invalid if you fail to inform your insurance providers that the property is now rented. If required, we can refer to you our partner agency who will give you professional advice and recommend a suitable policy specifically designed for landlords.

    Bills and regular outgoings

    We recommend that you arrange for your regular outgoings to be paid by standing order or direct debit, for example, your mortgage payments, service charges and maintenance contracts.

    Council tax

    When a tenant is occupying the property, it is their responsibility to pay the council tax. During tenancy periods and tenant changeover, we will advise the council on your behalf of the change in occupier as well as providing forwarding addresses for outgoing tenants.

    During vacant periods, the council tax charge reverts to you as the owner. Councils may offer a discount of up to 50% on vacant properties. This is at the discretion of your local council and you should contact them directly to confirm the discount available to you.

    The inventory

    In order to provide a complete and efficient service to you, we will draw up an inventory of contents and detail the condition of the property at the start of the tenancy period; this helps us to avoid misunderstanding and disputes at the end of a tenancy period.

    Without such safeguards, it will be impossible to prove any loss, damage, or significant deterioration of the property or its contents. With the exclusion of "fair wear and tear", the tenant's security deposit will cover the first instance of damage to the property. Extensive damage would be covered by the relevant insurance policy, assuming appropriate insurance is in place.

    Tax

    If you are a resident in the UK, it is entirely your responsibility to inform the HMRC of any rental income received through renting out your property, and to pay any tax that is due.

    If you are not a resident in the UK, we are obliged to retain an amount equal to the basic rate of income tax from the rent received, less certain expenses, and forward this to the Inland Revenue on a quarterly basis, unless we have the appropriate exemption certificate. An application form for exemption and further information can be obtained from the Inland Revenue.

    Preparing the property for letting

    In our experience, a good relationship with tenants is the key to a smooth-running tenancy. As Property Managers, maintaining that relationship is our job, but it is important that the tenants feel comfortable in the property and that they are receiving value for their money. Our policy of offering a service of quality and care therefore extends to our tenant applicants too, and we are pleased to recommend properties to rent that conform to certain minimum standards. Quality properties attract quality tenants.

    Mail forwarding

    We recommend that you make use of the Post Office's redirection service. Application forms are available at their counters, and the cost is minimal. It is not the tenant's responsibility to forward mail. Likewise, at tenancy completion we recommend the mail redirection service to the tenants, since it is also not your responsibility to forward their mail.

    Information for the tenant

    It is helpful for you to leave information and manuals in the property showing the tenant how to operate the central heating, hot water system, washing machine and alarm system for example. Details on refuse and recycling collection schedules is also helpful.

    Keys

    You should provide two sets of keys for the tenant and one set to us. We would also recommend that you retain a set of keys yourself in the event of an emergency. These keys should include all access doors, garage and windows.

    General condition

    Electrical, gas, plumbing, waste, central heating and hot water systems must be safe, sound and in good working order. Repairs and maintenance are at your expense unless we are able to establish misuse.

    Third party service contracts are often a good idea, since they usually include cost of parts and labour. The older the property, the more attractive these policies can become. If you have a preferred contractor for a certain type of repair, please notify us on our property details sheet and we will attempt to use these contractors first. If they are unavailable or unable to respond to an emergency repair quickly, then we would pass the repair job to one of our reputable contractors.

    Appliances

    Appliances in the property such as washing machines, fridge-freezers, cookers and dishwashers should be provided in adequate working order. Repairs and maintenance are at the your expense, unless we are able to establish misuse. We generally don't recommend leaving televisions, video recorders, DVDs or HiFis in a property, unless specifically requested by the tenant. If you choose to leave these items in the property, it is important to remember that if one of those appliances fails, the tenant is perfectly within their rights to ask for a replacement or a repair, since they were deemed "included" when the property was viewed and the lease was signed.

    Furnishings

    We recommend that you leave only minimum furnishings in the property during the tenancy. These should be of reasonable quality. It is preferable that items left are in the property during viewing periods.

    Interior decorations

    We recommend that you avoid dark or bright interior decorations (ie walls, tiles, floorboards and carpets) and keep everything in the property quite neutral and light. You should consider redecoration every few years to maintain the property is in good condition and therefore be appealing to prospective tenants.

    Personal items, ornaments etc.

    It is not recommended that you leave personal possessions, ornaments, pictures and books in the property, especially those of real sentimental value.

    Gardens

    Gardens should be left neat, tidy and free of refuse. Tenants are required to maintain the gardens to a reasonable standard, provided they are left the necessary tools to do so. However, few tenants are experienced gardeners, and if you value your garden, or if it is particularly large, you may wish to arrange regular visits from a gardener. We can help you to organise this. Where the garden area is shared, your factors fee is likely to cover the cost of garden maintenance.

    Cleaning

    When the tenancy commences, the property must be in a thoroughly clean condition. At the end of each tenancy period, it is the tenant's responsibility to leave the property in a similar condition to how they entered it. Where they fail to do so, cleaning will be arranged at their expense.
    Shortly before the end of a tenancy, we re-iterate the conditions that are expected and required in order to return the full amount of security deposit; cleaning is a major consideration here.

    Important Safety Regulations

    PLEASE NOTE: The following safety requirements are your responsibility as Landlord.

    Where we are providing a Fully Managed service, and you have signed our Full Management Agency Agreement, the legal requirements also become our responsibility. Therefore in this instance, we will ensure compliance at your expense.

    The Housing Act 1988 (as amended by the Housing Act 1996)

    Your property shall be let in accordance with this act and all leases and notices are prepared under the terms of this act.

    Energy Performance Certificates

    Since 1st August 2007, all domestic properties being offered for rent are required by law to have an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) that shows the energy efficiency of the property. The certificate is valid for 10 years and must be carried out by a qualified surveyor. If you do not have an EPC, we can arrange this on your behalf.

    Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) Safety Regulations 1988, 1989,1993 & 2010

    You are responsible for ensuring that all upholstered items in the property, for example bed frames, mattresses, sofas, arm chairs, pillows and cushions, must have a fire resistant filling material.

    The Gas Safety (Installation and use) Regulations 1996

    This act places duties on gas consumers, installers, suppliers and landlords. By law all landlords are responsible for ensuring that all gas appliances, fittings and flues are safe for use and are regularly maintained to ensure that they remain in good working order. As a minimum, the gas installations in a property must be checked for safety by a Gas Safe registered engineer at least every 12 months. Tenants should be provided with a copy of the Gas Safety Certificate and the landlord is legally obliged to keep a record of the gas safety checks.

    The Electrical Equipment (Safety Regulations 1994) and plug and sockets etc (Safety) Regulations 1994

    These regulations require that all electrical equipment must be safe. It is important that the fixed electrical installation, i.e. the mains wiring and any supplied appliance and other equipment, are safe and tested by a qualified electrical engineer. Unlike the gas safety regulations there is no statutory annual testing interval, however it is recommended that all fixed installations are tested prior to any initial letting period and all portable appliances are tested on an annual basis. If we are to organise these works, they will be carried out by an electrical contractor who is registered within current safety guidelines.

    Insurance

    Assuming that the correct insurance policies are in place, problems such as late rent payment and damage to the property can be covered. This can minimise any cost in repair and also ensure that the potential loss of rental income is reduced to a bare minimum. We will only refer to insurance policies available from our insurance partner, although there are other plans available from other sources. Be aware that letting insurance is regarded as a specialist policy and many mainstream insurance providers will not provide insurance cover. This is why it is essential to inform your insurance company of your intention to let, since letting the property may invalidate your current policies.

    Insurance can be broken down into three areas:

    • Buildings
    • Contents
    • Rent guarantee and legal expenses schemes

    The landlord is responsible for ensuring that the building is insured at all times. It is recommended that both the landlord and tenant have contents insurance, although usually the landlord has a minimal contents insurance policy. This is to ensure that either party is covered for damage to the other's property. Various levels of insurance cover are available, please ask for advice when choosing these policies.

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    Tenant Fees and Charges

    Deposit Equal to 1.5 month's rent (except on
    small studios/rooms where it is 1 month)

    Administration Fee £180 Inc VAT Paid on application (non-refundable)

    Guarantor Fee £100 Inc VAT Paid on application (non-refundable)

    Checkout Fee £90 Inc VAT

    Inventory Fee £120 In VAT (Tenants Share) If Applicable

    Renewal Fee £100 in VAT Paid on tenancy renewal

    Tenancy Agreement  £100 Inc VAT Paid on application

    Please note that the fees above are set by individual offices, and do not represent the
    fees charged by all CENTURY 21 offices.
    Each office is independently owned and operated.

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    Where we're active

    Our Branch

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    Current Properties

    Previously Marketed Properties

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

    Find us

    85
    King Street
    Maidstone
    ME14 1BG

    Telephone us

    Buying: 01622 922094  Local call rate
    Letting: 01622 922023  Local call rate

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      We pride ourselves on what others say about us.

    Testimonials from Landlords

    • Landlord Testimonial

      Amy Hamer · 9 June 2017
      We would highly recommend Century 21 - Peter Lott went above and beyond keeping us informed throughout the whole process!

    Testimonials from Tenants

    • Tenant Testimonial

      Leda Rodrigues
      2 years ago-
      I have my rent with Century21 for about 7 years, never have nothing wrong. They are very helpful every time I have had a complaint to make. No extra fees to renew contract and once I got a really bad situation and I called Louis and explained that I will be late in my rent for a week, and he didn't charged interest for that, even that I have it stated in my agreement of an extra charge if my rent is late. The team are spot on in my opinion. Keep up the great work.
    • Tenant Testimonial

      Donna Lawrence
      11 months ago-
      Have been renting from century 21 Maidstone for the last 3 years and must say they are the best estate agents. Any query or problem I've ever had they have been very efficient and dealt with the matter promptly. Would definitely recommend Louis and the team to anyone
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    Disclaimer

    The content on this Microsite has been uploaded by Century 21, Maidstone. Rightmove Group Limited makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of the content, any queries should be sent directly to Century 21, Maidstone. 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 Century 21, Maidstone. 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 Century 21, Maidstone on 0162 292 2023.


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      C21 Maidstone

      Welcome to CENTURY 21 Maidstone

      The team are proud to represent CENTURY 21 to the Kent's County Town and Maidstone areas, offering professional, property related advice.

      We are dedicated to continually providing buyers and sellers of homes with the highest quality service. This individual service ensures that you are not simply treated as another buyer or seller in the market.

      We understand that moving home is one of the most important and stressful events you will undertake in your lifetime - our aim is to liaise closely with you, assisting in every way and ensuring we exceed your expectations. We offer:

      • A bespoke marketing plan to suit you
      • 100% accompanied viewings
      • A choice of schedule styles
      • Prominent "For Sale" boards
      • A single dedicated professional to market and negotiate the sale of your home
      • Exposure of your home locally and nationally through our network of offices
      • Buyers, sellers and property database with client matching facilities
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      Welcome to Century 21 UK, part of Century 21 Global.

      CENTURY 21 UK is an estate and letting agent operating throughout the UK, and is part of the world's largest residential estate agency organisation, with over 6,900 offices and 101,000 agents operating in 78 countries.

      Established in the UK in 2005, we have gained a reputation for providing unparalleled customer service excellence. We not only aim to be different, we are different.

      We understand that the purchase of a new home or the sale of your current home is, without doubt, one of the most important transactions you will make in your lifetime, which is why we have a unique approach to selling property; we believe that you should only deal with one point of contact to market and negotiate the sale of your property; this person remains accountable throughout your journey.

      Our role is to guide you through this often intense time, ensuring that you always receive professional advice, honest appraisals and constant communication. You'll find our response quick, courteous and reliable.

      Contact the Maidstone office today to arrange your free market appraisal.

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    Guide for sellers
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      1 Establish the value of your current property

      A realistic assessment of the value of your property is an important first step to ensure you understand how you will finance your home move.

      Whilst local property newspapers and websites can be used to provide an indication of what your property might be worth, you will need the experience of a professional estate agent to get a more accurate and realistic assessment of its real value.

      We will be happy to provide you a free, no-obligation, property appraisal.

      We can meet you at your property a time that best suit your needs. Our appointment with you would typically take between 30-60 mins and would include a detailed inspection of your property. At our meeting, we will discuss the specific needs relevant to your own situation, market forces and current demand, previous transactions in your street and activity levels with other property similar to your own. This information will help us advise you on:

      • the potential value range applicable to your property
      • anything you could do to enhance this value, and
      • a recommended marketing strategy that suits your particular objectives.

      Any questions or concerns you have can also be addressed at this meeting.

      To book a free valuation, please submit a request here.

      2 Select an estate agent

      Having established the value of your property and decided to go onto the market, you will need to choose an Agent to act for you.

      When considering which agent to use, watch out for those suggesting inflated values (which can leave you languishing on the market whilst those around you sell) or knock-down commission (you get what you pay for!).

      A successful agency will have a comprehensive marketing strategy and methods, professionally qualified & courteous staff and a realistic expectation of what the market can achieve.

      With us, you only pay commission when we successfully sell your property and you'll always have access to a specialist team dedicated to sales. But, beyond that, we provide a significantly higher level of service that you would typically expect from a traditional estate agency.

      Contact us to find out more about what we offer you.

      3 Arrange an EPC / Home Report(Scotland)

      Since 2008 it has been compulsory for all property offered for sale or let in the UK hold an Energy performance certificate, this also applies to commercial property. In Scotland this forms part of your Home Report when selling. In the rest of the UK it is necessary to have a certificate available or ordered to commence marketing.

      Energy Performance Certificates tell you how energy efficient a home is on a scale of A-G. The most efficient homes - which should have the lowest fuel bills - are in band A. The Certificate also tells you, on a scale of A-G, about the impact the home has on the environment.

      Better-rated homes should have less impact through carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. The average property in the UK is in bands D-E for both ratings. The Certificate includes recommendations on ways to improve the home's energy efficiency to save you money and help the environment.

      For more information or to order an EPC please contact your local CENTURY 21 Office.

      4 Preparing your property - to maximise its saleability and/or price

      The majority of buyers now use internet property portals to search for a home. Therefore the visual imagery used with these listings are the first taste of your home a potential purchaser is likely to experience and this will be hugely influence whether they contact us to arrange a viewing.

      Preparing your home for photography and other visuals we develop (such as videos) is therefore one of the most important actions you can take to maximise your chances of attracting interest. This could involve some moving of furniture and basic de-cluttering.

      With us, you don't have to - as we can do all this for you as part of the instruction process. Our consultant will allow enough time to work through your property on a room-by-room basis to carefully consider the best layout of furnishings, removal of personal items and the best aspects to capture. Room dimensions and details will be recorded and a plan of the property will also be drawn.

      5 Conducting viewings

      Estate Agents commit huge amounts of time and money towards marketing properties to prospective purchasers - with the prime aim of encouraging them to view the property.

      We will discuss with you the best times of the day & week to present your property and do our best to steer appointments around these times. Many considerations need to be made, including your normal weekly patterns, parking availability and traffic levels, children and pets, light levels and garden aspects.

      6 Negotiating the deal

      Any offer received will be put forward to you verbally at the first available opportunity, and in writing within twenty-four hours. You will need to make a response to any offer. If the initial offer is rejected and the purchaser decides to increase their offer, the process will simply be repeated.

      We will make all best endeavours to qualify purchasers in advance of any viewings - but at the very latest, at offer time. By "qualify" we mean that we will formally check their status and ability to proceed with any offer they make. In order for us to do this, we will ask for contact details of their broker or mortgage lender, and any estate agent dealing with their current property sale.

      You will need instruct a solicitor/conveyancer to act for you in the sale. It is only when this information has been provided and we have contacted the necessary parties for verification of your purchasers' situation that we will consider whether it would be pertinent to stop showing your property to other prospective purchasers.

      It is at this stage that we will try to make you aware of any chain implications and the likely timescale of any agreed transaction. Due to the nature of the buying process, it is important to note and understand that any information provided by us concerning the transaction chain is not guaranteed and could change at any time. However, regular liaison will be made with legal parties acting on both your and your buyers behalf to ensure we can keep you abreast of progress on a timely basis.

      7 Completing contracts

      Once you have accepted an offer the legal process starts to arrange for contracts to be drawn up and agreed, to confirm payment is made for your property, and that legal title is properly transferred to your buyer.

      To support these activities you (and your buyer) will need to instruct a solicitor or conveyancer to do this work on your behalf.

      The choice of who will act for you is entirely at your discretion but to help you with this, we promote a range of different and very competitive conveyancing options. Please contact us for further information.

      Our advice: The time it takes to progress through this stage is dependent on various factors - but the entire process could take at least 6-8 weeks. However, to speed up the process from your end, we recommend you instruct legal representation prior to finding a buyer as there are various things they can do well in advance, and hence save time later. This includes calling for your title deeds office copy entries and various other documents - all of which can take some time to get hold of. Its worth completing various documents in advance - such as the "Sellers Property Information Form" and "Fixture Fittings and Contents" declaration - as these will also help speed up things later.

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    Guide for buyers
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      1 Arranging Finance

      Before you begin your property search, it is advisable to arrange your finances and, if required, have a mortgage agreed in principle. This will confirm how much money you will have to fund the purchase, which will ultimately influence your property search. We recommend you seek independent financial advice when arranging a mortgage. For more information, please click here

      2 Register your interest

      The first step to finding the right property is to register with us, you can do this by clicking the register tab or visiting one of our offices where you can discuss your property requirements

      3 Finding the right property

      Once we have a clear understanding of your requirements you will receive a selection of properties that match your criteria. We can also keep you constantly up-to-date via email and SMS alerts when the latest properties become available.

      4 The key to successful viewings

      We're open at times to suit you, convenient for viewing after work and at weekends, many of our offices offer extended opening hours. In order to secure a property we recommend viewing as soon as possible.

      5 Making an offer

      Once you have identified a suitable property we will put your offer forward to the seller both verbally and in writing stating any special conditions of the offer. You may need to demonstrate, if requested, that you are able to proceed

      6 Offer accepted

      Once your offer is accepted we will notify all relevant parties and advise you to formally instruct solicitors to proceed with the relevant legal process and submit your mortgage application in full if applicable.

      7 Instructing a solicitor

      The speed in which a purchase completes can be reliant on the instruction of an efficient and experienced solicitor. If you require assistance with this, we have a selection of tried and tested solicitors that are experts in property who we would be happy to recommend.

      8 The Legal Process/Completion

      The legal process varies depending on which Country within the UK you are buying in, as we are a National organisation, we would ask you to seek advice from your agent as to which process applies to you
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      SELL
      We can sell your home via the traditional Estate Agent route.
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      LET
      We can Let your property on a tenant find service.
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      Rent Collection
      We can find a tenant for you and collect the rent on your behalf.
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      Full Management
      We can find a tenant for you and manage the day to day running of your property.
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      Auction
      We are able to place your property into SDL Auctions , which holds over 30 auctions per year across the UK. If speed is your priority, we will always have an auction just around the corner.
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      Surveys
      We can arrange a survey for you through SDL Surveyings.
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      Mortgages
      We can arrange Mortgages and Protection through SDL Financial Services.
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      SMART SELLER

      We can buy your home quickly for cash
      - no hidden costs, no chains, no hassle.

      Our initial property appraisal and instant 

      cash offer is completely FREE and carries
      no obligation.

      We offer a comprehensive range of other 

      ways to sell your home, if the fast-cash
      route isn't for you.

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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

      85
      King Street
      Maidstone
      ME14 1BG

      Telephone us

      Buying: 01622 922094  Local call rate
      Letting: 01622 922023  Local call rate

      Email us

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      • Introduction

        Donna Lawrence
        11 months ago -
        Have been renting from century 21 Maidstone for the last 3 years and must say they are the best estate agents. Any query or problem I've ever had they have been very efficient and dealt with the matter promptly. Would definitely recommend Louis and the team to anyone

      Testimonials from Sellers

      • Seller Testimonial

        Amy Hamer · 9 June 2017
        We would highly recommend Century 21 - Peter Lott went above and beyond keeping us informed throughout the whole process!
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      Disclaimer

      The content on this Microsite has been uploaded by Century 21, Maidstone. Rightmove Group Limited makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of the content, any queries should be sent directly to Century 21, Maidstone. 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 Century 21, Maidstone. 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 Century 21, Maidstone on 0162 292 2023.


      Welcome to Century 21, Maidstone

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      Find Us

      Branch address

      85
      King Street
      Maidstone
      ME14 1BG

      Get in touch

      Buying: 01622 922094  Local call rate
      Letting: 01622 922023  Local call rate

      Disclaimer

      The content on this Microsite has been uploaded by Century 21, Maidstone. Rightmove Group Limited makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of the content, any queries should be sent directly to Century 21, Maidstone. 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 Century 21, Maidstone. 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 Century 21, Maidstone on 0162 292 2023.