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    James Winn Letting Agents are a local, independent firm with many years experience as estate agents in Thirsk & Northallerton. We are fully focused on the priorities and needs of the Landlord and offering a first class service.

    We understand that letting your property, especially for the first time, can be a worrying experience and with this in mind our most important consideration is providing you the Landlord with the best possible service and the right tenant for your property.

    We never forget that the property is your most important asset and we can confidently assure you that by instructing us to act as your Letting and Management Agents your asset will be in professional and caring hands.

    Because we are a small firm, we are able to offer a personal and friendly Service, whilst at the same time maintaining a high standard of competence and professionalism.

    Our fees are competitive and we can offer many different levels of service which should suit your requirements.

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    Specialists

    We are a local, independent firm with many years experience as estate agents in Thirsk & Northallerton. We are fully focused on the priorities and needs of the Landlord and offering a first class service.

    We understand that letting your property, especially for the first time, can be a worrying experience and with this in mind our most important consideration is providing you the Landlord with the best possible service and the right tenant for your property.

    We never forget that the property is your most important asset and we can confidently assure you that by instructing us to act as your Letting and Management Agents your asset will be in professional and caring hands.

    A Personal Service

    Because we are a small firm, we are able to offer a personal and friendly Service, whilst at the same time maintaining a high standard of competence and professionalism.

    Competitive Rates

    Our fees are competitive and we can offer many different levels of service which should suit your requirements.

    Carefully Selected Quality Tenants

    Drawn from a continually updated register, all prospective Tenants are thoroughly referenced and credit checked. In some cases we will also require a guarantor.

    Out of Hours Service

    For our initial meetings with you we will if necessary be pleased to visit your property outside normal office hours, at a time that is convenient to you, and thus fit in with your busy schedule. A member of staff is also available on the telephone out of hours.

    Insurance for Landlords

    We offer a range of competitively priced insurance products designed specially for Landlords, providing extra security and peace of mind. These include:

    * Guaranteed Rental Insurance

    * Legal Expenses Cover

    * Contents Insurance

    * Buildings Insurance

    Levels of Service offered

    A Tailored Service

    Outlined below are the two basic elements of our Service. However, we maintain a flexible attitude, and are generally able to adapt our Service to meet our client's individual circumstances and needs, for example by providing a part only Service, or occasionally by taking on additional tasks and duties.

    Full Management

    This is our inclusive Service, which provides for the marketing of the property and carrying out viewings, leading to the introduction and vetting of a prospective Tenant. This proving satisfactory, we will then go ahead and prepare the tenancy agreement and the inventory. The Tenant will then be checked in against the inventory.

    During the tenancy we carry out periodic inspection visits. Should these bring to light any maintenance issues, we will (within the confines of our Management Agreement) recommend, oversee and account for any necessary repairs.

    Collecting and processing of rental payments is also part of the Service. These will be credited automatically to the Landlord's nominated bank account.

    Towards the end of the tenancy, we will liaise with the Tenant, and renew the tenancy agreement or arrange to check them out as applicable.

    This Service is suitable for those Landlords who are not residing locally, or would rather not deal with the Tenants directly, preferring all aspects to be handled by an Agent.

    Letting Only

    Our Letting Only Services includes marketing of the property and carrying out viewings, leading to the introduction and vetting of a prospective Tenant. This proving satisfactory, we will then go ahead and prepare the tenancy agreement, and if required an inventory.

    Following this, the first month's rent will be collected and credited to the Landlord less our agreed fee. Managing the tenancy, including the maintenance and rent collection, will then be the responsibility of the Landlord.

    General Practical and Legal Issues

    Preparing the Property

    We have found that a good relationship with Tenants is the key to a smooth-running tenancy. As Property Managers this relationship is our job, but it is important that the Tenants should feel comfortable in their temporary home, and that they are receiving value for their money. It follows therefore that a well presented and maintained property in a good decorative order will go towards this, whilst also achieving a higher rental figure. Tenants are also more inclined to treat such a property with greater respect.

    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 the Landlords expense unless misuse can be established. Interior decorations should be in good condition and preferably plain, light and neutral.

    Furnishings

    Your property can be let fully furnished, part furnished or unfurnished. Which of these is appropriate will depend on the type of property and local market conditions. We will be pleased to give you advice on whether to furnish or not and to what level. As a minimum you will need to provide decent quality carpets, curtains and light fittings. Remember that there will be wear and tear on the property and any items provided. If letting furnished, you'll find a list of recommended items on page 5.

    Personal items, ornaments etc.

    Personal possessions, ornaments, pictures, books etc. should be removed from the premises, especially those of real or sentimental value. Some items may be boxed, sealed and stored in the loft at the owner's risk. All cupboards and shelf space should be left clear for the Tenant's own use.

    Gardens

    Gardens should be left neat, tidy and rubbish free, with any lawns cut. Tenants are required to maintain the gardens to a reasonable standard, provided they are left the necessary tools. However, few Tenants are experienced gardeners, and if you value your garden, or if it is particularly large, you may wish us to arrange visits by our regular gardener.

    Cleaning

    At the commencement of the tenancy the property must be in a thoroughly clean condition, and at the end of each tenancy it is the Tenants' responsibility to leave the property in a similar condition. Where they fail to do so, cleaning will be arranged at their expense.

    Information for the Tenant

    It is helpful if you leave information for the Tenant, e.g. on operating the central heating and hot water system, washing machine and alarm system, and the day refuse is collected etc.

    Keys

    You should provide one set of keys for each Tenant. Where we will be managing we will arrange to have duplicates cut as required.

    Other Considerations

    Mortgage

    If your property is mortgaged, you should obtain your mortgagee's written consent to the letting. They may require additional clauses in the tenancy agreement of which you must inform us.

    Leaseholds

    If you are a leaseholder, you should check the terms of your lease, and obtain any necessary written consent before letting.

    Insurance

    You should ensure that you are suitably covered for letting under both your buildings and contents insurance. Failure to inform your insurers may invalidate your policies. We can advise on Landlords Legal Protection, Rent Guarantee Cover and Landlords Contents and Buildings Insurance if required.

    Bills and regular outgoings

    We recommend that you arrange for regular outgoings e.g. service charges, maintenance contracts etc. to be paid by standing order or direct debit. However where we are managing the property, by prior written agreement we may make payment of certain bills on your behalf, provided such bills are received in your name at our office, and that sufficient funds are held to your credit.

    Council tax and utility accounts

    We will arrange for the transfer of Council Tax and utility accounts to the Tenant. Meter readings will be taken, allowing your closing gas and electricity accounts to be drawn up. All these matters we will handle for you, however British Telecom will require instructions directly from both the Landlord and the Tenant.

    Income tax

    When resident in the UK, it is entirely the Landlords responsibility to inform the Revenue & Customs of rental income received, and to pay any tax due. Where the Landlord is resident outside the UK during a tenancy, he will require an exemption certificate from the Revenue & Customs before he can receive rental balances without deduction of tax. Where we are managing the property we will provide advice and assistance on applying for such exemption.

    The inventory

    It is most important that an inventory of contents and schedule of condition be prepared, in order to avoid misunderstanding or dispute at the end of a tenancy. Without such safeguards, it will be impossible for the Landlord to prove any loss, damage, or significant deterioration of the property or contents. In order to provide a complete Service, we will if required arrange for a member of staff to prepare an inventory and schedule of condition, at the cost quoted in our Agency Agreement.

    What is an Assured Shorthold Tenancy?

    Most tenancies will automatically be Assured Shorthold Tenancies (ASTs), provided the rent is under £100,000 a year and the property is let to private individuals. Tenancies are usually granted for an initial fixed term of either 6 to 12 months. When the fixed term has expired the landlord is able to regain possession of the property provided he gives two months written notice to the tenant. In addition, if the tenant owes at least 2 months or 8 weeks rent on the property he can apply through the court to seek a possession order.

    Health and Safety and other Legal Requirements

    The following requirements are the responsibility of the owner (Landlord). Where you have signed our Full Management Agency Agreement, they are also our responsibility. Therefore where we are managing we will need to ensure compliance.

    Gas

    Annual safety check - Under the Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1998 all gas appliances and flues in rented accommodation must be checked for safety within 12 months of being installed, and thereafter at least every 12 months by a competent engineer (e.g. a CORGI registered gas installer).

    Maintenance: There is a duty to ensure that all gas appliances, flues and associated pipework are maintained in a safe condition at all times.

    Records: Full records must be kept for at least 2 years of the inspections of each appliance and flue, of any defects found and of any remedial action taken.

    Copies to tenants: A copy of the safety certificate issued by the engineer must be given to each new tenant before their tenancy commences, or to each existing tenant within 28 days of the check being carried out.

    Electrical

    There are several regulations relating to electrical installations, equipment and appliance safety which affect landlords and their agents in that they are 'supplying in the course of business'. They include the Electrical Equipment (Safety) Regulations 1994, the Plugs and Sockets Regulations 1994, the 2005 Building Regulation - 'Part P, and British Standard BS1363 relating to plugs and sockets. Although with tenanted property there is currently no legal requirement for electrical safety certificates (except in the case of all HMOs) it is now widely accepted in the letting industry that the only safe way to ensure safety, and to avoid the risk of being accused of neglecting your 'duty of care', or even of manslaughter is to arrange electrical inspections and the issue of safety certificates. There are 2 types of electrical inspection, one of the actual installation, and another of any portable electrical appliances (PAT test).

    Fire

    The Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) (Safety) Regulations 1988 (amended 1989 & 1993) provide that specified items supplied in the course of letting property must meet minimum fire resistance standards. The regulations apply to all upholstered furniture, beds, headboards and mattresses, sofa-beds, futons and other convertibles, nursery furniture, garden furniture suitable for use in a dwelling, scatter cushions, pillows and non-original covers for furniture. They do not apply to antique furniture or furniture made before 1950, bedcovers including duvets, loose covers for mattresses, pillowcases, curtains, carpets or sleeping bags. Items which comply will have a suitable permanent label attached. Non-compliant items must be removed before a tenancy commences.

    Legionella

    As a private landlord, with the safety of your tenants in mind and as part of our ongoing to commitment to keep our landlords informed of safety regulations, it is essential that you are aware of HSE guidance on the prevention and risk assessment of Legionella and act accordingly. The best way to prevent an outbreak of Legionnaires' disease is to ensure any water system under your control is properly maintained and conforms to relevant health and safety regulations. This mainly involves keeping water either cooled below 20ºC or heated above 60ºC and water supplies should also be kept free of any impurities and kept moving so it doesn't stagnate. The following link will highlight a landlords responsibility www.hse.gov.uk/legionnaires so that you can be fully informed and ensure that your properties do not pose risks to tenants. Due to our commitment to safety we require you to make us and the tenants aware of any potential risks involved and to inform us if the tenants have any responsibilities under the guidance.

    Smoke Alarms and CO2 Detectors

    All properties built since June 1992 must have been fitted with mains powered smoke detector alarms from new. A smoke alarm must be fitted to each floor of the house and a CO2 detector must be fitted in a room that has a appliance (boiler, stove, log burner) that may give of carbon monoxide.

    The Housing Health and Safety Rating System (HHSRS)

    The HHSRS provides an analysis of how hazardous a property is through assessment of 29 potential hazards found in housing. Landlords have to maintain their properties to provide a safe and healthy environment. The HHSRS is enforced by local authorities.

    For further information visit http://www.communities.gov.uk/hhsrs

    Tenancy Deposit Protection (TDP)

    Since 6 April 2007, all deposits taken by landlords and letting agents under Assured Shorthold Tenancies (ASTs) in England and Wales must be protected by a tenancy deposit protection scheme. Landlords and letting agents must not take a deposit unless it is dealt with under a tenancy deposit scheme. To avoid any disputes going to court, each scheme is supported by an alternative dispute resolution service (ADR). Landlords and letting agents can choose between two types of scheme; a single custodial scheme and two insurance-based schemes.

    Learn more here: http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/TenancyDeposit/index.htm.

    If we are not providing our Full Management Service we will normally transfer the tenancy deposit to you within 5 days of receiving it. You must then register it with a TDP Scheme within a further 9 days if the tenancy is an Assured Shorthold Tenancy. If you fail to do so the tenant can take legal action against you the landlord in the county court. The court will make an order that you must pay the deposit back to the tenant or lodge it with the custodial scheme which is known as the Deposit Protection Scheme (DPS). In addition a further order will be made requiring you pay compensation to the tenant of an amount equal to three times the deposit. You will be unable to serve a Section 21 Notice on your tenant until compliance with the above conditions, and the court will not grant you a possession order. We have no liability for any loss suffered if you fail to comply.

    Tenancy deposit protection - prescribed information

    Legislation requires that certain information must be given to the tenant within 14 days of a deposit being taken. Whether you use the DPS, or the TDSL scheme, only some of the information is provided to the tenants by the scheme administration. The remainder must be provided by the landlord.

    A special 'Tenancy Deposit - Prescribed Information' form has been designed for this purpose, and a copy is available from this agency.

    It is very important that the form is completed fully and accurately, and that you attach to it a printed version of the relevant scheme's Terms and Conditions. These can be downloaded from their respective websites on the following links, depending on which scheme you use:

    DPS:

    www.depositprotection.com/Documents/scheme_rules.pdf

    TDSL:

    www.mydeposits.co.uk/pdf/mydeposits_Information_for_Tenants.pdf

    www.mydeposits.co.uk/pdf/mydeposits_Landlord_Overview.pdf

    In the case of the TDSL you should attach copies of both documents.

    It is also important that under Paragraph 7 of the form you include the exact terms in the tenancy agreement that permit deductions from the deposit.

    It is recommended that a signed copy of the form is given to each tenant individually. You should also retain a single copy signed by every tenant, in order to prove that the information has been given. So where there are say 4 tenants, you need 5 copies.

    Be sure to comply with the above requirements fully and accurately, because penalties to the landlord for non-compliance are heavy.

    Where we are providing our Full Letting & Management Service we will handle all of this for you as part of our service.

    The Disability Discrimination Act 2005

    The DDA 2005 addresses the limitations of current legislation by extending disabled people's rights in respect of premises that are let or to be let, and commonhold premises. Landlords and managers of let premises and premises that are to let will be required to make reasonable adjustments for disabled people. Under the new duties, provided certain conditions are met (for example, that a request has been made), landlords and managers of premises which are to let, or of premises which have already been let, must make reasonable adjustments, and a failure to do so will be unlawful unless it can be justified under the Act. Landlords will only have to make reasonable adjustments. And they will not have to remove or alter physical features of the premises.

    Learn more here: http://www.dwp.gov.uk/aboutus/dda_factsheet4-premises.pdf

    Hom e Information Pack (No 2) Regulations 2007, The Energy Performance of Buildings (Certificates and Inspections) (England and Wales) Regulations 2007


    From 1st October 2008 landlords offering property to let will be required by law to provide prospective tenants with an Energy Performance Certificate for their property.

    A new certificate will not be required on each let since, in the case of rental property, EPCs will be valid for 10 years.


    The certificates (EPCs) will have to be provided free either when (or before) any written information about the property is provided to prospective tenants or a viewing is conducted.

    We have a database of registered energy assessors, and we will be pleased to arrange an EPC inspection and assessment on your property upon request.

    Please note that we cannot market your property to let until we have in our possession a valid EPC for the property.

    We hope that the information covered in this guide will be of assistance to you. If there are any aspects of which you are unsure, please ask us. We look forward to being of assistance to you in the Letting, or the Letting and Management of your property.

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    FINDING A PROPERTY

    Our staff are specially trained and equipped to assist Tenants to find properties to rent that will meet their needs. We maintain a database of properties available to rent and of prospective Tenants and their requirements. As properties become available, our first action is to contact waiting Tenants on the database, who's requirements match the property. Typically, properties to rent become available about two months before occupancy date, so where possible it is advisable to start looking early.

    VIEWINGS

    Having identified a potentially suitable property, we will arrange a viewing. Our office hours are 09:00 to 17:30 Monday to Friday and 09:00 to 14:00 on a Saturday, subject of course to the Landlords permission. All viewings will be accompanied by a member of staff, who will be able to provide immediate advice and answer any questions you may have.

    OFFER / APPLICATION

    Having decided on a property, you will need to complete a written application form. At this time any details or requirements can be provisionally agreed, such as occupancy date, duration of the letting, etc.

    On application, a Reservation Deposit will be required. Assuming the rental proceeds, this will be deducted from the Fees due before occupation as outlined below. If we or the Landlord decline your application it will be refunded. It will however not be refunded if you decide not to proceed for any reason, or if the tenancy fails to proceed due to incomplete or inaccurate information provided in the tenancy application.

    REFERENCES

    We will take references on behalf of the Landlord. Normally these will include your employer, any former landlord and a character reference. In addition a credit check will be undertaken. These will be done by an independent body and the outcome will usually be final. As a rough guide we recommend that tenants ensure the rent is less than or equal to 40% of the prospective Tenant's/Guarantor's salary/income with a clean credit history. Tenants are usually required to be prior residents in the UK for at least 6 months. We are unable to accept applications from those receiving housing benefit and the unemployed.

    Where a Tenant is unable to meet the required income or credit checks, the Tenant

    may have a Guarantor agree to underwrite any rent liabilities.

    RENT

    Rents are normally quoted on a calendar month basis. In addition, the Tenant is usually responsible for Council Tax, Water Rates, Gas, Electricity and Telephone costs.

    Rents are payable by standing order (unless alternative arrangements are agreed in

    advance) to our Company bank account monthly in advance, with the first month's rent due before taking occupation of the premises.

    DEPOSIT

    A deposit (or 'bond') is normally required prior to occupation. This is normally equal to one and a half times the monthly rent. Check with our representative. Where we are managing the property, this deposit will be either; a) held by us and covered by insurance, or b) forwarded to the government authorised custodial body. Your bond will be held with 'The Deposit Procetion Service'. Where we are not managing the property any tenancy deposit which is required will be taken by the Landlord. The deposit is held to cover any breakages, damage, rent arrears or other tenant liabilities.

    Where we are managing, at the end of the tenancy we will check the property in the presence of the Tenant and assess any damages and deductions due.

    Please note that the deposit cannot be used by the Tenant to cover rent.

    ADMINISTRATION / AGENCY FEES

    A fee is due to this Company prior to the start of the tenancy to cover the Tenant's share of administration costs, including preparation of the tenancy agreement and any legal notices, referencing and credits checks, and check-in and check-out. Please be aware we do not accept credit/ debit card payments.

    FEES

    *Single application - £150 + VAT

    *Joint application - £250 +VAT

    *Additional application - £100 + VAT

    **Reservation deposit - £200.

    Security Deposit ('bond') - 1½ times the monthly rent

    *The application fee is none refundable so please check you meet the criteria above before making an application. All applicants over the age of 18 must sign the tenancy agreement and thus complete an application.

    **If we or the Landlord decline your application the Reservation deposit will be refunded. It will however not be refunded if you decide not to proceed for any reason, or if the tenancy fails to proceed due to incomplete or inaccurate information provided in the tenancy application.

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    73 High Street,
    Northallerton,
    DL7 8EG

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    Letting: 01609 664004  Local call rate

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    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.”

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      James Winn Estate Agents is an independently owned and operated estate agents in Thirsk & Northallerton. The company was founded in Thirsk in 2005 in response to clients in North Yorkshire who were seeking an agent who delivers on his promises. The company has grown rapidly into a market leading position in Thirsk with high levels of demand for our service, leading to the opening of our Northallerton branch in 2008. With both branches now number one for property sales we are proud that our customer orientated staff are highly experienced in all aspects of the property market in the North Yorkshire area. We offer comprehensive advice to private buyers, sellers & investors on all property matters. Clients using our service can be assured of the best pictures, the best web presence, the best & most regular advertising and service levels that are second to none. As the only agent with branches in Thirsk & Northallerton we feel that we have the best product at the most reasonable price in the market place. If you are thinking of moving or are just looking for honest, confidential advice, contact our team so that we may assist you in your move.
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      Advice for all Sellers
      When choosing an Estate Agent do not just think about the valuation and the fee.  To make an informed decision the following questions should be considered:
      • How often will the property be advertised and where?
      • Where are your branches?
      • How many staff do they have and what is their experience?
      • How soon will it be fully marketed?
      • Would you want the agents' representative negotiating on your behalf for thousands of pounds?
      • How many websites will it be on and what do these sites offer?
      • How many similar properties have they sold recently?
      • Is the property priced accurately? (The first 6 weeks of marketing your property are the most crucial, with a sensible valuation you can budget properly for your move).
      • How will the Estate Agent present your property?
      • What service will be offered/ how often will they call you?
      • Will potential buyers be vetted?
      • Who will be looking after you?
      • How should you present your property?
      • Will they accompany viewings?
      • If one similar is on the market why has it not sold?
      • Are there any hidden charges for withdrawal etc?
      • How motivated and professional is the agent?
      • What kind of contract will you be signing?
      To sum up when marketing your property remember it is up to you what price the property goes on the market for, but it is up to the agent what kind of service they deliver. Choosing the wrong agent can be a costly mistake. For more advice and help with marketing your property with absolutely no obligation or charge contact James Winn Estate Agents.
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      We only employ trained estate agents in key positions, all with over a decade of experience. We believe we are the only agent locally with such a sales team.
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      James Winn - Managing Director
      James has worked selling houses in Thirsk & Northallerton nearly his entire estate agency career. James is a frequent contributor as an expert on the property market to BBC Radio York and writes many articles on property matters for newspapers. James Winn Estate Agents was founded by James in 2005 as a response to demand for an agent that actually delivers what they promise. Under his control the company rapidly grew into a market leading position with a superb reputation for honesty & excellence leading to the expansion into Northallerton in 2007. Based in the Thirsk branch day to day James is always on hand to deal with all developers, landowners & private sellers property needs including offering his experience for free valuations.
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      Stuart Bleasdale - Senior Manager, Northallerton
      A qualified estate agent and member of the National Association of Estate Agents Stuart started his career in commercial estate agency in Harrogate, before moving into residential sales. Stuart has been successfully selling houses in the Northallerton area for over ten years now and has a close relationship with local residents and professional colleagues. Stuart joined James Winn Estate Agents in 2010 to manage the Northallerton office and due to his high level of success Stuart has been promoted to senior branch manager.
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      Dwyn Roberts - Office Manager, Northallerton
      Dwyn is the most recent addition to the company and lives locally with her family. Having been a successful estate agent for over a decade latterly in a management position, Dwyn was recruited to drive forward property sales in Northallerton and she has proven to be very successful in the role breaking all branch sales records. She is on hand to offer expert advice for all property enquiries, sales & viewings in our Northallerton branch.
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      Amanda Macleod - Office Manager, Thirsk
      A well respected local mother of two employed by the company since the beginning and the cornerstone of our success in Thirsk. She has worked successfully in estate agency for over 20 years and offers our clients uncomparable local knowledge and experience in residential property matters.
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      Julie Peacock - Sales Consultant, Thirsk
      Local to the area Julie has over 10 years experience in estate agency and has recently been promoted into a full time position as thanks for her hard work. Although based primarily in Thirsk Julie sells houses in Thirsk & Northallerton and is on hand to book viewings & valuations, to negotiate sales or just to discuss property matters.
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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

      73 High Street,
      Northallerton,
      DL7 8EG

      Telephone us

      Buying: 01609 664005  Local call rate
      Letting: 01609 664004  Local call rate

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        We believe we offer a level of service which is second to none and this is the secret to us being the number one agent. Here is what our customers have to say. (We are happy to show many more of our customer comments which are on display in our offices.)

      Testimonials from Sellers

      • Seller Testimonial

        Your entire practice was brilliant
        "By the by, I just wanted to say your entire practice was brilliant, clearly the best estate agents in Thirsk. Your competitors were not even close, in fact I'm still waiting for them to contact me about viewings I asked about back when I started the hunt."
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        No hesitation in endorsing
        "I wanted to write to say how impressed I have been by the service given by Mr Stuart Bleasdale and his team in the Northallerton branch when they managed the sale of my property. The service we received was very professional and carried out in an extremely helpful and smooth way. Your firm was recommended to me by friends, whose property in Thirsk you sold last year and I would have no hesitation in endorsing this recommendation to friends and relatives in the locality"
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        24/7 estate agents
        "Just wanted to thank you all so much for helping us to sell our house you really are the 24/7 estate agents! I shall be thinking of you from a warmer climate and when the time comes for us to buy our first house in Australia I hope we find estate agents here to be as helpful and professional as you have been."
      • Seller Testimonial

        Efficiency, professionalism and sensitivity
        A huge thank you for your excellent service we have come to expect of you - you helped us manage a complex situation with great efficiency, professionalism and sensitivity. So grateful!
      • Seller Testimonial

        A breeze
        Thank you very much for making the sale of my house a breeze. (Sold in 2 weeks having been on the market for a year with another agent)
      • Seller Testimonial

        hard work and endless patience
        Thanks to all your staff for all the hard work and endless patience in selling our house

      Testimonials from Buyers

      • Buyer Testimonial

        Customer service
        "Thank you so much for your help with our purchase. Without you we would probably still be waiting to move in! Other people should take a leaf out of your book when it comes to customer service, you are all great at it! We are now in our house and are very happy! We will be recommending you to friends!"
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        Thanks for all your patience
        Just a note (belatedly) to thank you for all your help regarding my purchase. Thanks for all your patience when I seemed to be going around in circles. Still the circle joined up in the end and everything has come to a happy ending.
      • Buyer Testimonial

        Customer service second to none
        Thanks for all your help over the last few months. Your customer service is second to none, I wouldn't hesitate to recommend you to others
      • Buyer Testimonial

        Giving us our dream home
        Thank you so much for all your hard work over the years and for giving us our dream home
      • Buyer Testimonial

        "I cannot fault your service"
        "A big Thank you to you all at James Winn, you have held my hand, supported me and led me through a difficult time. You have been patient and understanding and kept me informed every step of the way. I would have no hesitation in recommending you to anyone as I cannot fault your service."
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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 James Winn Estate Agents, Northallerton on 01609 777125.


      Welcome to James Winn Estate Agents, Northallerton

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      Branch address

      73 High Street,
      Northallerton,
      DL7 8EG

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      Buying: 01609 664005  Local call rate
      Letting: 01609 664004  Local call rate

      Disclaimer

      The content on this Microsite has been uploaded by James Winn Estate Agents, Northallerton. Rightmove Group Limited makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of the content, any queries should be sent directly to James Winn Estate Agents, Northallerton. 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 James Winn Estate Agents, Northallerton. 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 James Winn Estate Agents, Northallerton on 01609 777125.