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    About Us
    Butler & Stag are an independent estate agency, with over 100 years' of experience in property across London & Home Counties. Made up of a collection of successful estate agents, we aim to be recognised for our superior professional service and our intimate local knowledge of all areas in which we operate. Specialising in all aspects of residential property, our friendly and enthusiastic nature ensures that our clients continually return to sell, let, buy and rent through us.

    Why Choose Us
    We believe we combine the very best of a traditional estate agency with a contemporary, forward-thinking approach. Our ethos is one of honesty, integrity and always putting the client first. Friendly, enthusiastic and with an in-depth knowledge of the areas we operate in, our highly experienced team will go that extra mile to ensure a positive customer experience.
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    A lettings agent you can trust

    As a landlord, it is paramount that you work with a lettings agent you can trust. If you have a property to let, your objective will be focused on maximising your rental yields whilst minimising any rental voids. Butler & Stag has the lettings know-how to help you achieve this. With landlord advice and services, property marketing, tenant search services, tenancy agreement coordination, inventory management, tenancy deposit protection and much more, we are the full service lettings agent of choice. Whether you own one buy to let rental property, or you're a landlord with a large investment property portfolio, our lettings specialists can help with everything from handling offer negotiations to preparing the tenancy agreement. Our step by step process below offers an insight in to what you can expect when letting your property.

    Accurate Valuation

    At Butler & Stag, we pride ourselves on having intimate knowledge of all of the areas that we operate in. It take years to gain a true understanding of the market place in an area, and even the most experienced agents must never take their eye off the ball, particularly in London. Our Lettings Valuers are some of the most experienced agents in their field. They will be able to advise you on necessary works to get the best possible price; current market conditions, tax implications if you will be travelling overseas, as well as the necessary consents for letting your property.

    Our valuations will always be supported with relevant comparable evidence of recently let properties, be wary of an agent that doesn't do the same.

    Efficient but never pushy! We understand that until you have established a value, it is difficult to reach a decision. We love nothing more than building new relationships early on and visiting different properties, never feel that you are wasting our time, even if you are months away from making a decision.

    If you would like to establish the current market value for your property, please do request a free, no-obligation valuation.

    Choosing Your Estate Agent

    It is critical that you get along with the individual that values your property. This will be a 'two way' and potentially long standing relationship, you need to have complete faith and trust that your property and your interests are the priority of your agent.

    It is likely that you will be dealing with one of the partners of our company. Our future success is based on the service that you receive and how well we get the job done. We will act quickly and efficiently in commencing the marketing process and by keeping you fully informed along the way.

    Check the agents on-line reviews via Google or Allagents, if others have had an excellent service, it is likely you will receive the same.

    The Service

    From simply finding the tenants and arranging the move-in, to overseeing the entire tenancy, we are able to tailor our service to suit your requirements. Below is a breakdown of our Let Only, Rent Collection and Full Management Services.

    Safety Regulations

    A number of regulations govern the letting of residential properties and all landlords must comply. This legislation includes the safety of gas appliances and electrical equipment, in addition to furniture and furnishings that are included in the tenancy.

    As professional agents, under the jurisdictions of NALS (National Approved Lettings Scheme), Safe Agent and Ombudsman Scheme, we will advise you of the law, your obligations and the implications of non-compliance. We can also help you ensure your property complies with this legislation.

    Preparing Your Home To Let

    If your property is ready to market, we will arrange an immediate visit for one of our Professional Photographers, who will also create the floor plan and measurements. In order for the photographs to do your home justice make sure that all clutter is cleared away, furniture moved to maximise space, wires hidden, and that all lights are working and windows clean. Showing your home in the best light will get the best tenants through the door. Our Managers will be more than happy to offer you advice as to whether the property needs refurbishing or furniture needs to be provided.

    Marketing

    Upon receipt of signed Terms of Business, your property will immediately be uploaded to our award winning website butlerandstag.uk and the network of major property portals that we work alongside. Our social media platform is updated throughout each day, ensuring that your property reaches the widest possible audience.

    Our team of highly trained and experienced lettings consultants, will be promoting your property to our extensive database of prospective tenants and corporate contacts ensuring that viewings are booked quickly and efficiently.

    Butler & Stag are able to design a property-specific marketing campaign, maximising exposure of your property and ensuring we achieve the best possible price, on a timescale that suits you.

    Viewings

    We will accompany all prospective tenants to your property, viewings can be arranged to suit your requirements. Open six days a week and available before and after work, the opportunity to accommodate a viewing is never missed. If needs be, we are also available on Sundays via appointment only.

    Whilst we appreciate that not every landlord is comfortable with leaving us with keys, if you can, it enables us to offer tenants a more flexible service and increases our chances of finding suitable tenants quickly.

    Where possible viewings are clustered together for maximum efficiency, this prevents disruption to your daily movements and helps create desire to those viewing.

    Offer Stage

    Once an offer has been agreed with Butler & Stag and a holding deposit has been taken, we will organise comprehensive referencing for each prospective tenant through an independent regulated agency. References include personal, work, bank and previous landlord information and history. Butler & Stag will draw up the Tenancy Agreement and send this firstly out to you and then to the tenants for signing. It is during this stage that we can organise any relevant safety certificates, cleaning, an inventory and check in if they are required. Once paperwork has been completed and Butler & Stag are in receipt of all required monies from the tenants they can move in. At this stage you will need to ensure the property is ready having taken meter readings, informed energy suppliers and the council of the change of name (if we are managing, this will be carried out by ourselves).

    Move In

    On the day of move in, one of our agents or inventory clerks will meet the tenants at the property and a handover will take place. Congratulations, together we have let your property!

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    Before Choosing A Rental Property

    When viewing a new rental property, it is important to check several things.

    General Condition - Does the property require any cosmetic improvements? If yes, then ensure that you are specific and list each issue that requires attention when making your offer. This should include walls/rooms that require painting, carpets that need replacing, loose door handles that need tightening.

    Furniture - If the property is furnished, is the furniture of a suitable standard? does it require cleaning/fixing? and does each item carry the relevant fire safety label?

    Utilities - Check the gas, water and electricity meters for payment methods. Turn on the water to check the pressure, is it strong enough?

    Heating - What type of heating does the property have and is it sufficient enough to heat the entire property? Gas, central heating is most cost effective but uncommon in modern properties, which retain heat more efficiently. If it's gas, an annual inspection should be carried out (by law) by a Gas Safe registered engineer. Ask to see the certificate!

    Security - Are the doors and windows secure, and do they open and close properly? Are there burglar and smoke alarms and are both in working order?

    Outside - If there is a garden or communal areas, ask who is responsible for the upkeep.

    Cleaning; Does the property require a professional clean, don't expect this to be carried out of you haven't requested it.

    NB. NB. Make sure that your offer and its terms are accepted in writing by the Landlord(s) or their agents before proceeding. Agree a date before move in to go back to the property and ensure all works are complete, delay the move in date if they are not.

    What Happens Next

    Butler & Stag will prepare the Tenancy. You will be contacted by one of our Lettings Administrators who will assist you through to move in.

    References; Butler & Stag use a professional referencing company to carry out full references for each tenant that will be living in the property. You should expect to receive an email from our referencing company, containing a link for you to follow and complete relevant information about yourself. Credit checks, previous rental history and employment status' will all be checked.

    Tenancy Agreement (TA); Butler & Stag will produce the tenancy agreement which is a legal binding contract between you as the Tenant(s) and the Landlord(s). It will detail the responsibilities and rights of both the Tenant(s) and Landlord(s). Please ensure you read through the TA, thoroughly ensuring that you are happy with all of its content.

    Payment; Before your move in can take place, we require cleared funds in our bank account for all associated costs for your rental. This will include the agreed amount of rent paid in advance (usually one, six or twelve months), a damage deposit (usually the equivalent of six weeks rent) and any fees being charge by Butler & Stag.

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    Inventory/Check In; This is a full and detailed report providing evidence of the exact cosmetic state of the property and its contents upon move in. Whether you are meeting an Inventory Clerk at the property or receiving the Inventory separately, please ensure that you check the report thoroughly before signing.

    Move In; We can meet you at the property or in the office to handover the keys and wish you well in your new home. We will arrange standing order payments for your rental payments and inform you of who is responsible for day to day management.

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    Our staff are undoubtedly our biggest asset, being knowledgeable, likeable, enthusiastic, and motivated. Placing our customers at the very heart of our business is how we achieve the absolute best results. This customer-focus approach also ensures a fast, efficient, and proactive service.
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    Paul Curtis - Lettings Manager 
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      Results
      Not wishing to sound boastful (after all we pride ourselves on taking a humble approach), but Butler & Stag was recently voted in the top 1% of estate agents, while regularly winning prizes at industry awards. Working so hard for total customer satisfaction has also resulted in our staff receiving overwhelmingly five-star reviews. Check out our Google Reviews and see what our clients have to say

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    • Landlord Testimonial

      Vijay Patel
      I was recommend Butler & Stag by a friend to let one of our properties. I found them to be extremely professional, friendly and responsive without any of the usual bravado or strong sales pitches common to agents .They found me some excellent tenants very quickly and took care of all the administration diligently. Can't say more than yes I would recommend them.

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      Ene Keenan
      Butler & Stag took care of my family and I while letting. As an estate agent they are professional, thoughtful, responsive and great to deal with throughout the process of renting. Any small issue that arose while dealt with by Natalie and the property team. It was a great experience to rent in London with them.
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    The content on this Microsite has been uploaded by Butler & Stag, London. Rightmove Group Limited makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of the content, any queries should be sent directly to Butler & Stag, London. 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 Butler & Stag, London. 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 Butler & Stag, London on +442081021236.


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      About Us
      Butler & Stag are an independent estate agency, with over 100 years' of experience in property across London & Home Counties. Made up of a collection of successful estate agents, we aim to be recognised for our superior professional service and our intimate local knowledge of all areas in which we operate. Specialising in all aspects of residential property, our friendly and enthusiastic nature ensures that our clients continually return to sell, let, buy and rent through us.

      Why Choose Us
      We believe we combine the very best of a traditional estate agency with a contemporary, forward-thinking approach. Our ethos is one of honesty, integrity and always putting the client first. Friendly, enthusiastic and with an in-depth knowledge of the areas we operate in, our highly experienced team will go that extra mile to ensure a positive customer experience.
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      Getting your home market ready
      That old cliché - first impressions count - has never been truer than when it comes to selling your home, which is why getting your property ready for market is crucial if you want to secure a quick sale. Kerb appeal is always high on buyer wish lists so it's important to make the front of your property as attractive as possible. Removing unappealing objects such as waste and recycling bins, mowing the lawn, jet-washing the driveway and cleaning windows should all be on your to do list. You might even want to consider giving the front door a fresh lick of paint. Similarly, it will pay to cast a critical eye over the inside. A good de-cluttering will always help, as will undertaking all those niggling DIY jobs you've been meaning to do for ages.

      Organising a valuation
      When you're ready to sell your home, the first thing you need to do is learn how much your current property is worth. To do this you need to organise a valuation with a good local estate agent who will decide on a fair asking price based on different factors such as location, size, condition etc. Good comparable evidence and an understanding of the target audience should also support the valuation. At Butler & Stag, if we think you could increase the value or saleability of your home by making certain changes, then we will tell you - it could be as simple as sprucing up the garden or replacing cupboard doors in a dated kitchen. It can be tempting to blindly choose the estate agent who's given you the highest valuation; after all, you want the best price for your home! But if a property is priced too high for the market, it won't sell. If a home remains on the market for an extended period of time, buyers might start to think there's something wrong with it, and the more likely you are to have to drop the price.

      Selling through an estate agent
      Choosing to sell your property through an estate agent, as opposed to privately, will not only reduce stress levels but also help you avoid big risks. At Butler & Stag, we bring a wealth of knowledge, experience and expertise to the process of selling, from the initial valuation right through to completion, with our friendly team on hand to guide and advise you every step of the way. Keeping the sale on track and acting as a safety net if something does go wrong, is all part of the service because we know that selling your home is probably one of the biggest transactions you will ever deal with in life and that achieving your desired result is vital.

      Marketing the property

      The marketing of your property is the next stage in the process, which at Butler & Stag includes the following component parts:

      • Digital photographs taken by one of our professional photographers
      • A professionally drawn up colour floor plan
      • Our distinctive Butler & Stag board erected outside your property
      • Internet marketing through such portals as Rightmove and On the Market, as well as our own bespoke website.
      • In our shop window on window cards and rotating property LCD screens.
      • Local and national advertising through appropriate media outlets.
      • On social media, including Twitter, Facebook and LInkedin.

      Prior to viewings, the Butler & Stag sales team will preview the property to ensure everyone involved knows exactly what's on offer and can speak to potential buyers with knowledge and confidence.

      Accepting viewings
      Marketing material complete and your property now live, the viewing process can begin in earnest. We will accompany each viewing and while you are welcome to be present, we suggest you leave the prospective buyer to wander freely with us while making them aware that you're available to answer questions if necessary (we do, however, provide a seller's questionnaire form which asks you questions buyers may raise before, during or after viewings). At the end of a viewing we will give you honest feedback. Please don't take this personally, but rather see it as an opportunity to make changes and/or adjustments.

      Considering offers

      When it comes to negotiating an offer, we as your estate agent, will handle the process, going back and forth until a bid is hopefully accepted. This may not always be the highest one, however, especially if you have more than one offer and one of the prospective buyers is cash or perhaps chain free. A mortgage Agreement in Principle or the ability to work to your preferred timescales can also swing a sale.

      It's important to us that a seller never feels pressured or forced into accepting an offer, and it's worth remembering that as your estate agent, we are acting on your behalf, not the buyer's. We will therefore work with you to ensure you get the best possible price from someone in the best possible position for you. We want your decision to be made on an informed and well-educated basis, and as such we will always advise on other interest, viewings, feedback, general market conditions and comparable properties that have sold.When it comes to negotiating an offer, we as your estate agent, will handle the process, going back and forth until a bid is hopefully accepted. This may not always be the highest one, however, especially if you have more than one offer and one of the prospective buyers is cash or perhaps chain free. A mortgage Agreement in Principle or the ability to work to your preferred timescales can also swing a sale.

      Accepting an offer

      You have accepted an offer and the sale has been agreed, now both parties need to instruct a solicitor. If you know one with glowing references, then great, but if not, we know plenty that specialise in conveyancing that we'd be delighted to recommend. Once we have both sets of solicitors in place, we send out a Memorandum of Sale to all parties involved, detailing the agreement and enabling the solicitors to make contact.

      Conveyancing and survey
      Once the solicitors begin the conveyancing process, your buyer will be required to get a survey on behalf of their mortgage lender (unless a cash buyer of course), which could be just a basic mortgage valuation, a more detailed Homebuyers Report, or depending on the type of property you're selling, an extensive building survey. Providing the survey shows the property is a suitable purchase at the agreed price, then the mortgage offer will be honoured. If there are any concerns about the initial report, for example damp or gas safety, the buyer may choose to get further independent surveys. We would suggest, however, that if you suspect there could be a potential issue with your property you get it surveyed before going to market as this information can then be shared with a future purchaser, potentially saving time and renegotiations further down the line.

      Exchanging contracts

      Conveyancing complete and your buyer's mortgage offer agreed, now contracts can finally be exchanged. Before exchange, however, your purchaser will need to lodge their deposit (usually ten per cent of the purchase price) and a completion date needs to be agreed with everyone in the chain, after which the transaction becomes legal and binding for both parties.

      Completion

      The big day has arrived and it's time to load up the removal van, that's if you haven't done so already. Before that, however, your buyer's solicitor must transfer the remaining amount due on the purchase price. Once your solicitor has received monies outstanding then that's it - completion has taken place. This will be confirmed via a phone call to both you and us, after which we will arrange for the new owner to collect the keys. Completion monies will be transferred to you, usually minus your solicitor and estate agent fees.

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      Working out your finances

      The prospect of purchasing a property is undoubtedly exciting, but before you dive headlong into a search and start lining up viewings, it's a good idea to check your finances first to work out exactly what you can afford. A solid initial step is to speak to one of our recommended mortgage brokers to find out how much you could borrow and get an Agreement in Principle (AIP). This will enable you to begin your property search with confidence and a budget in mind. In addition, having this document gives credibility to you as a buyer as it shows you've done your homework.

      Starting your search

      Okay, it's search time and the big property portals (Rightmove, Zoopla and PrimeLocation being the top three) are most prospective buyers' first port of call. But if you want to get ahead of the game, why not register for our property email alerts where we'll inform you about any new property that meets your criteria the moment it comes to market. As soon as you see something you like, simply contact us to arrange a viewing. We're happy to drive you to and from appointments and should you have any questions or need advice, we'll be on hand to help.

      Making an offer

      You've seen the home of your dreams so the next step is to make an offer. We will put forward your offer in the best possible light, however an Agreement in Principal along with proof of deposit will also further your cause, showing the seller that you are a serious proposition. This could work to your advantage, especially if there are other interested parties. In conjunction with the offer, it's not uncommon to list any special conditions or items you would like included, although there is no legal obligation to do so at this stage.

      Agreeing the offer
      Now's the time to employ the services of a good solicitor who's role will be vital in ensuring a smooth transaction. If you know one with glowing references, then great, but if not, we know plenty that specialise in conveyancing that we'd be delighted to recommend. Once you have a solicitor in place, we will write to confirm the sale both to you and them, thus enabling the solicitor to start the conveyancing process.

      Conveyancing and survey

      The conveyancing process undertaken by your solicitor will ultimately ensure that you have purchased the property legally and that all funds are successfully transferred to the seller's solicitor. However, before reaching this point, your solicitor will need to do the following, all of which we are happy to facilitate where ever possible:

      • Once they have received the draft contract from the seller's solicitor, they will order property searches that provide detailed information on planning, draining and environmental issues.
      • Your solicitor will alert you to specific enquiries in the contract and raise them with the seller's solicitor.
      • A completion date will be negotiated by your solicitor, which must be agreed on by all parties before a formal exchange of contracts can be arranged.

      In addition to the conveyancing, you will need to arrange a survey via your mortgage lender. There are three types of survey offered, the most basic being a mortgage valuation, which is a report prepared after a brief inspection of the property to help confirm its value and is solely for the benefit of the mortgage lender. A Homebuyers Report is a more detailed survey intended to inform you, the buyer, on the soundness or otherwise of the property, and whether it is a suitable purchase at the price agreed. Much more extensive (and expensive) by far is a building survey and is usually required when a full assessment of the property is needed and is highly advisable for older properties or large or unusual buildings. If you are unsure which type of survey to opt for, we are always on hand to advise. On completion of the survey, a mortgage offer will usually follow.

      Exchanging contracts

      Once you have your mortgage offer and your solicitor is happy that all the i's have been dotted and the t's crossed, then the contract will be sent to you for signing. We recommend returning the contract to your solicitor by recorded delivery. At the same time, your deposit needs to be transferred and the money cleared in your seller's solicitor's account before your solicitor can exchange contracts with the seller's solicitor. Last but not least before exchange can take place, a completion date needs to be agreed with everyone in the chain. We are well placed to mediate this, should the need arise. Finally, contracts will be exchanged and the transaction finally becomes legal and binding.

      Completion

      Excitement can be tinged with nerves at this stage in the proceedings, but rest assured it's extremely rare for a sale to fall through between exchange and completion. Meanwhile, your solicitor will receive a transfer of completion monies from the mortgage lender and if there's shortfall in funds that is to be made up from savings, then this must be transferred by you. On the morning of completion, your solicitor will transfer the full amount to the seller's solicitor, who will then contact us to confirm completion. Now the keys can be released and we will call you to arrange collection. Congratulations, you're now the proud owner of a new home! Now, time to start unpacking those boxes...

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      Land & New Homes 

      Butler & Stag has dedicated land departments which specialise in the sale and acquisition of buildings and land that have potential for redevelopment. Our dedicated teams undertake all manner of projects and have extensive experience in dealing with sites ranging from single plots, right through to strategic sites suitable for over 1,000 new homes.

      Our practice acts for a broad cross section of the market, from private individuals, through to small, niche developers, regional and national housebuilders, as well as funds, institutions and RSL's.

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      Prime Office 

      Our Prime Office gives you access to a dedicated team of our most experienced managers and directors to ensure a personalised experience.

      We shape our marketing strategies to suit each Prime clients and their extraordinary properties. We are known for selling and letting some of the area's most expensive properties and we want to work with people who believe in what we do.

      Our network of contacts and access to a wide range of 'off market' opportunities, have allowed us to develop an enviable database of high-net-worth clients who are both UK based and overseas.

      If you want to deal with one person without any conflict of interest, while maintaining complete anonymity - please engage with us.

      We bring people and extraordinary property together.

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      Our Team
      Our staff are undoubtedly our biggest asset, being knowledgeable, likeable, enthusiastic, and motivated. Placing our customers at the very heart of our business is how we achieve the absolute best results. This customer-focus approach also ensures a fast, efficient, and proactive service.
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      Robert Burgess - Branch Manager 
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        Not wishing to sound boastful (after all we pride ourselves on taking a humble approach), but Butler & Stag was recently voted in the top 1% of estate agents, while regularly winning prizes at industry awards. Working so hard for total customer satisfaction has also resulted in our staff receiving overwhelmingly five-star reviews. Check out our Google Reviews and see what our clients have to say

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        Cheeka Eyers
        An outstanding service - they went above and beyond what other estate agents we have dealt with in the past to get the sale done as quickly and smoothly as possible and we were kept constantly up to date with proceedings. Would recommend to anyone.

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        Sam Keefe
        I recently worked with Butler and Stag when buying a new flat. I can't recommend them enough! Great communication and helped me navigate a number of challenges during the process. Athos and Aidan were both extremely friendly and a pleasure to deal with. 
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      The content on this Microsite has been uploaded by Butler & Stag, London. Rightmove Group Limited makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of the content, any queries should be sent directly to Butler & Stag, London. 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 Butler & Stag, London. 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 Butler & Stag, London on +442081021236.


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      508 Roman Road,
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      Disclaimer

      The content on this Microsite has been uploaded by Butler & Stag, London. Rightmove Group Limited makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of the content, any queries should be sent directly to Butler & Stag, London. 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 Butler & Stag, London. 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 Butler & Stag, London on +442081021236.