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    We have taken the property profession back to its roots and are continuing to build a business on the foundations of honesty and integrity - exactly how it should be.

    We are proud to be one of the top performing estate agents in Brighton and Hove. We have an unrivalled knowledge of the Brighton and Hove housing market and our letting agents are able to use that knowledge to find creative ways to let your property.

    Our results-driven, high-quality service is tailored to suit your needs, and we will always provide you with bespoke advice you can trust. Our well-trained negotiators and managers are skilled at getting the best rental income and tenant, on your behalf, simplifying the lettings process and ensuring you get the most out of your property.

    To rent your property to the right people with the right people - get in touch today.

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    IMPORTANT INFORMATION: OBLIGATIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF LANDLORDS

    It is important that, as a prospective landlord, you understand the extent of your responsibilities.

    Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 & Money Laundering Regulations 2017

    The Proceeds of Crime Act imposes on us, as agents, legal requirements to report any suspicions that we may have concerning money laundering (including money that may be the proceeds of crime) and terrorist financing.

    As a result we will undertake due diligence checks on you and your identity and therefore require you to provide us with proof of identity (including residency). This should ideally be a full passport or photographic driving licence as well as a current utility bill. We must see the original documents.

    Please note also that such legal requirements may also override our usual duties of non-disclosure of personal information that we hold about you.

    Consent to Let

    It is your responsibility to ensure that you have obtained all necessary consents to rent your property. This would include your mortgage lender (if relevant) and your freeholder (if relevant). 

    Right to Rent: the Immigration Act 2014 and the Immigration Act 2016

    As a landlord you have a legal responsibility, under the Immigration Act 2014, to ensure that any adult seeking to occupy your property under a tenancy agreement (either as a tenant or as a permitted occupier) has a right to rent in this country or has been granted permission by the Home Office to rent. This can only be done by checking original documents in the presence of the proposed occupier. This does not apply to any person under the age of 18 although the responsibility falls upon you to satisfy yourself that any such person is actually under-18 on the day the tenancy starts.

    In addition you have an on-going responsibility to make further checks of those occupiers with a time-limited right to rent. In the event that those checks show that the right to rent has expired you have a duty to inform the Home Office and to act on their instructions.

    Flood and Water Management Act 2010

    When section 45 of the Flood and Water Management Act 2010 is implemented the owner of a property will become jointly and severally liable with the tenant for the payment of the charges for the water supply and sewerage charges in the event the departing tenant has not provided a forwarding address.

    Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) and Minimum Energy Efficiency Regulations

    It is a requirement that any property to be rented has a valid Energy Performance Certificate in place and that the property must have an energy efficiency rating of E or above (E to A). This means that it will not be possible to market any such properties or allow any existing tenancy to be renewed or allowed to go into a statutory periodic tenancy if it has a rating of F or below.

    We will therefore require that you provide us with a current EPC, showing that the property has the required rating (which remains valid for ten years and therefore can be used for successive tenancies). If the property has no EPC at all we will require that you provide us with proof that you have commissioned (i.e. ordered) one. If you prefer we can commission one on your behalf.

    Please note that we will be unable to proceed with marketing if, following commissioning, the EPC is still not available after 28 days. In addition if the commissioned EPC shows that the property has an energy efficiency rating of below E (i.e F or G) we will cease marketing immediately. In these circumstances you will still be liable for any agreed costs that we have incurred on your behalf.

    There are exemptions and if your property falls into one of the exemption categories it is your responsibility to register your property on the Exemptions Register and provide us with the documentary evidence of registration.

    If your property has an EPC rating that is below E we will discuss your options and obligations with you.

    Energy Act 2011 - The Green Deal

    You confirm that you will advise us in writing before the start of a tenancy if there is any Green Deal Plan on the property approved or in operation where the cost of the improvements will be met through the payment of the energy bills for the property. We will then include an appropriate clause within the tenancy agreement

    Please note that if you wish to enter into a Green Deal Plan or similar scheme during a tenancy you must obtain the written consent of the tenant before the plan can be entered into. Advise us in writing of your intention to do so and obtain the written consent from the tenant before the plan can be entered into.

    Repairing Obligations

    Please be aware that as a landlord you have a statutory obligation to repair and maintain your property under Section 11 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985. This includes the fabric and structure of the property, the supply for the installation of services, sanitary ware and the provisions for space heating and hot water. In general you have a duty to ensure that the property is fit for habitation and free from identifiable risks at the beginning of the tenancy and also throughout the duration of the tenancy. For the avoidance of doubt this would include any public, shared or common areas of the property.

    In addition the requirements of the Defective Premises Act 1972 place a liability on you for any occurrence originating from defect or lack of repair that you knew or should have known of. If the tenant suffers a loss due to a defect you, as the landlord, may be liable to compensate the tenant.

    It is important that you fully understand your responsibilities and to this end we will provide you with a copy of our standard tenancy agreement which outlines your obligation to the tenant. In addition we will provide you with a copy of the government leaflet 'How to rent: the checklist for renting in England' which must be provided to tenants. Further information is also available at www.communities.gov.uk/housing (the section entitled 'Repairs, a Guide for Landlords and Tenants.)

    HMO Property - Housing Act 2004 and Licensing

    If a dwelling is considered an HMO (House in Multiple Occupation) property, as defined under the above Act or as designated by the Local Authority, certain requirements must be fulfilled to comply with health and safety even if the HMO does not need to be licensed. If the property is managed we will advise you of any requirements that may arise during the tenancy however it is your obligation to deal with this matter during the tenancy if it is not fully managed by us.

    If the property requires a licence (either because it falls under any mandatory requirements or because the Local Authority has imposed additional or selective licensing requirements) it is a requirement that you must have applied for and gained the required license.

    We will be able to advise you on any licensing requirements that may apply and on the requirements for you to be granted that license. It may be that the requirements of HMO legislation limit the number of or the status of tenants that you will be able to let the property to (e.g. you may not be able to offer it to sharers). In consequence this may restrict the way in which we will be able to market your property.

    Safety regulations

    Statutory regulations place obligations upon the Landlord in relation to the safety of the tenant. If you are unsure of your responsibilities relating to any of the items below please contact us for further information or seek independent legal advice.

    Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1998

    All gas appliances, fittings and pipe work in a property that is to be let out must be checked on an annual basis to ensure they are in a safe condition. In the process of this check the engineer will also need to examine the entire length of gas flues until they exit the building. If he is unable to access flues for any reason he will not be able to certify the system as safe and to do so it may be necessary to construct access panels at appropriate points.

    We as agents must be in receipt of a current, or a new Gas Safety Record that lists all appliances and confirms that these and the associated fittings etc are safe prior to the commencement of any tenancy. This Record must be completed by an approved Gas Safe Register contractor and a copy given to the tenant at or before the start of the tenancy. Records must be kept for a minimum of two years and renewed annually. A copy of the renewed record must be given to the tenant within twenty-eight days of the check having been carried out. If a landlord is found guilty of a failure to comply with this regulation he will have a criminal record and face imprisonment a fine or both. In addition, any Section 21 notice seeking possession will not be valid if it cannot be evidenced that the tenant received a copy of the Gas Safety Record at the beginning of the tenancy. As agents we will not allow a tenant to take occupation of a property that has gas appliances that do not have a current satisfactory Gas Safety Record. We can make arrangements to have a Gas Safety Record obtained for your property prior to the commencement of a tenancy for which there will be an additional charge. Charges are outlined in our Schedule of Fees and Charges at the end of this document.

    Electrical Equipment (Safety) Regulations 2016 and Electrical Installation Requirements

    These regulations make it a criminal offence to supply electrical equipment or an electrical supply that is not safe. Whilst there is no mandatory requirement for an annual check the obligation to ensure that the items are safe remain. Therefore we require you as a Landlord to either provide us with a written report from a suitably qualified electrician confirming the safety of the electrical installations and equipment or a written confirmation of your warranty of safety and full responsibility for such for both the electrical installations and equipment. Failure to provide equipment that is safe is a criminal offence and, if found guilty, the landlord may face imprisonment a fine or both. We can make arrangements to have an electrical check on your property prior to the commencement of a tenancy for which there will be an additional charge. Charges are outlined in our Schedule of Fees and Charges at the end of this document subject to terms as below.

    Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 (as amended)

    These Regulations require the 'responsible person' to carry out a fire risk assessment and then to implement all appropriate fire safety measures to minimise the risk to life from fire. It is also a requirement to keep the assessment up to date. Please be aware that as the landlord you are the 'responsible person' and it is your sole responsibility to determine what your obligations are under the Fire Safety order. We do not carry out any of the functions of the 'responsible person'.

    As agents we will not allow a tenant to take occupation of a property where, in our opinion, a serious risk of fire exists.

    Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) (Safety) Regulations 1988 (as amended 1993)

    All soft furnishings must comply with these regulations and if they do not they must be removed from the property. Furnishings that comply may have a regulatory label attached at the point of sale and if such a label is not present at time of marketing we will require evidence that the said furnishings comply with the regulations. Please do not offer to give or sell non-compliant furniture to the tenant as this is still considered supplying. As with the other regulations failure to comply with the regulations is a criminal offence and the Landlord may face imprisonment a fine or both.

    As agents we will not allow a tenant to take occupation of a property that contains furniture which we are not satisfied is compliant with safety regulations.

    Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detector Alarms

    The Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm (England) Regulations 2015 require that tenanted properties are required to have a smoke alarm fitted on each storey of a property where there is a room that is used wholly or partly as living accommodation. A carbon monoxide alarm must be fitted in any room used wholly or partly as living accommodation and which contains a solid fuel burning combustion appliance. Please note that a hall or landing is classed as a room and bathrooms and toilets are classed as living accommodation.

    It is the responsibility of the landlord to ensure and to evidence that each alarm is in working order on the first day of the tenancy.

    In addition we strongly recommend that carbon monoxide detectors are also placed in any room that contains a gas or liquid fuel burning appliance.

    Solid Fuel Burning Appliances

    In addition to the above requirement concerning carbon monoxide, any solid fuel burning appliance installed after October 2010 must comply with Building Regulation requirements. It is the responsibility of the landlord for the ongoing maintenance and, if necessary, repair of the appliance. In addition chimneys should be swept at least once in a twelve month period and preferably before the start of the tenancy.

    Legionnaires' Disease

    Providers of residential accommodation are now responsible for ensuring that the risk from exposure to legionella in premises is properly controlled.

    For further information we recommend you read the guidance published by The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) 'Legionnaires Disease: Part 2. The control of legionella bacteria in hot and cold water systems'' www.hse.gov.uk/legionnaires together with the Frequently Asked Questions

    Please note that landlords not on our management service will have an on-going responsibility.

    Internal Window Blinds and Curtain Fittings

    New Regulations were introduced in 2014 requiring that all new blinds and curtain tracks supplied and fitted by a professional must pass the new standard regarding safety where there is a danger, particularly to young children, from loose cords and loops. While these regulations are not retrospective those responsible for properties are urged to make sure that existing fittings do not pose a danger of strangulation by fitting a safety device such as a snap connector or cleat. We reserve the right to refuse to allow the tenancy to commence where we feel that any such internal blinds without any safety fittings may represent a hazard to the occupiers or visitors to the property.

    Fixed Glass Panels

    The Building Regulations 1991, as amended, require that all glass panels in critical locations, i.e. where human impact can occur (doors, adjacent to doors, low level panels in walls, mirror doors on wardrobes etc.) must be of suitable safety glass. This only applies to any such glass installed since the Regulations were introduced OR to any non-safety glass installed before that date but which is now damaged (cracked or chipped). It is your duty as a landlord to make sure that all glass panels in your property comply with the Regulations.

    Data Protection

    In carrying out our obligations under any contract with you it is likely that we will provide you with personal data of an applicant or a tenant. Please note that this is likely to impose legal obligations on you with regard to that data and it may be necessary for you to register with the Information Commissioners Office under the requirements of the Data Protection Act 2018.

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    What our Customers say.......

    Testimonials from Landlords

    • Landlord Testimonial

      "As an experienced landlord I have been delighted with Maslen's standards of service and professionalism. They understand and respect the rights and needs of both tenants and landlords. It's a pleasure to work with them."
      Mr. A . P
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    The content on this Microsite has been uploaded by David Maslen Estate Agents, Ditchling Road. Rightmove Group Limited makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of the content, any queries should be sent directly to David Maslen Estate Agents, Ditchling Road. 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 David Maslen Estate Agents, Ditchling Road. 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 David Maslen Estate Agents, Ditchling Road on 01273 566777.


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      We have taken the property profession back to its roots, and are continuing to build a business on the foundations of honesty and integrity - exactly how it should be.

      We are proud to be one of the highest selling estate agents in Brighton and Hove. We have an unrivalled knowledge of the Brighton and Hove housing market and our agents, based in three locations across the city, are able to use that knowledge to find creative ways to market your property.

      Our results-driven, high-quality service is tailored to suit your needs, and we will always provide you with bespoke advice you can trust. Our well-trained negotiators are skilled at getting the best price on your behalf, simplifying the sales process and ensuring you get the most out of the sale.

      The results speak for themselves. Get in touch for a free market appraisal today.

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    The Essential House Seller's Guide:
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      Our expert estate agents are here to minimise your stress throughout the selling process, while maximising your property's potential. Here are some top seller tips to help you on your way:

      Get market appraisals from at least two estate agents, and use the opportunity to learn about the ethos of each agent.

      Discover the best time to sell. Property in Brighton and Hove tends not to be affected by season, but our expert agents are always happy to advise on current market trends.

      Look at your home through the eyes of a potential buyer, and update your home to increase its value and desirability. Our agents are here to give helpful pointers, from tidying to renovation.

      Make sure your agent regularly advertises your property both online and in print. The more people who see your property, the more likely you are to get the best price. We feature our properties prominently in local press and national websites.

      Let your trusted estate agent handle viewings. They will know how to show your home in its best light, and encourage honest feedback from potential buyers.

      Make sure you get as much information about potential buyers as possible when considering an offer. Our property experts will be able to explain the position of each buyer and negotiate on your behalf, ensuring a successful sale.

      Once a sale has been agreed, you will need to work with a conveyancing solicitor. Our conveyancing experts will work closely with you and your estate agent to make the process as simple and stress-free as possible.

      When the solicitor's details for both parties have been received, the sale can be confirmed in writing. At Maslen, we go over and above to support both buyers and sellers throughout the whole sales process. This means liaising with solicitors from both parties to ensure everything goes smoothly, as well as co-ordinating different elements of the chain, should this be necessary.

      For more advice on selling your home, get in touch on 01273 566777 or email us at fiveways@maslen.co.uk.

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      Buying property can be an exciting but daunting process. Here are our top tips to help you find the perfect home.

      Work out how much you can realistically afford. Consider what your monthly mortgage payments will be, as well as any additional costs. Our independent mortgage advisor, Graham Griffin, is happy to discuss your mortgage options.

      Decide on your ideal location. Property prices can vary greatly depending on where they are, so think about your priorities and what an area can offer you in terms of schools, amenities, transport etc.

      Our estate agents are Brighton and Hove experts, and can talk you through each of the city's main areas, helping you to imagine everyday life there.

      Make a checklist of must-haves for your new home. This will help you to ask the right questions when viewing a property. Make notes at each viewing, and ask yourself what you can afford to be flexible on.

      If you like a property, view it again and at a different time of day for a new perspective. Make sure to check important details such as whether it is leasehold or freehold, and which fittings will be included.

      Make the most of your estate agent. It's our job to help you find the perfect property. Keep in regular contact, and make sure you're open and honest about what you want and what's not working out for you.

      If you see something you like, snap it up! Let your trusted estate agent assist you in making a serious offer. Our property experts will work closely with you to get things moving quickly, all the way up to moving-in day.

      For more advice on buying a new home in Brighton and Hove, get in touch on 01273 566777 or email us at fiveways@maslen.co.uk.

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    Maslen Financial Services - Independent Advice
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      We provide fully independent advice on the best mortgage for you, with no obligation and no fee.

      With Maslen Financial Services, you get access to the whole market (excluding direct only deals) to find the most attractive mortgage for you. Our financial specialist, Graham Griffin is on hand to discuss mortgages and affordability, buildings and contents insurance, critical life cover, mortgage repayment protection and more.

      With over 30 years experience, Graham is passionate about helping people manage all financial aspects of buying and selling.

      Whether you are looking to move, release capital from your property or just get a better rate, contact Graham on 01273 647390 or email him at graham.griffin@maslen.co.uk.

      You can also read our testimonials below or download our handy guide to homebuying and mortgages at http://www.maslen.co.uk/financial-services-guide.pdf

      Maslen Financial Services is an appointed representative of Best Practice IFA Group Ltd which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority.

      Sole Proprietor David Maslen.

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      Financial Services Testimonials

      'Excellent, reliable and professional service. Always kept informed of progress and very prompt to respond to questions and enquiries. Would definitely recommend.' Ms Pocknall

      'Graham was amazing! We were first time buyers and I am a student. He is a top dog and all round lovely bloke, and he was always quick to respond to our questions. Thank you for making our new home possible.' Ms Fatania & Mr Franklin, Stanford Avenue

      'I would highly recommend this service to friends and family. Thank you for all of your help.' Ms Cartwright

      'This is the second time we used Graham, and we were yet again extremely pleased with his service & overall support. We will continue to recommend him and will revisit him when it is time for us to remortage.' Ms Zenz

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    • Introduction

      David Maslen M.N.A.E.A. - Director
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      David is passionate about spearheading an independent agency that champions innovation and customer service.

      Having worked for one of the largest corporate agencies in the country, he established Maslen Estate Agents in 1999 with an ethos of honesty and integrity, where the customer always comes first.

      With an unrivalled knowledge of the local housing market, David has successfully grown the business across the city. He takes an active role in his staff's development to ensure standards are upheld.

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      Paul Wilkinson M.N.A.E.A. - Manager
      Having worked in estate agency since 1991, Paul joined Maslen in January 2008 as the Manager of the Fiveways office. Passionate about his job, Paul is responsible for the day-to-day running of the branch, leading his team and overseeing sales. Paul gets a real sense of achievement from helping clients through the sales process, and takes genuine pleasure in helping buyers to find the ideal house.
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      Martin Timms - Sales Manager
      Martin is involved to the day to day management, training and encouragement of the sales team. He also takes the lead on canvassing news campaigns and generating prospects, as well as performing valuations and viewings in Fiveways and Hove. With over 17 years of experience as an estate agent under his belt, Martin thrives on the fast pace of the industry, and especially enjoys dealing with the richly varied architecture and laid-back residents of Brighton and Hove.
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      Archie Jutton - Trainee Negotiator
      As our trainee negotiator, Archie books and carries out viewings, ensuring that properties are seen in the best possible light. He also assists with admin across the buying and selling processes. As someone who's always been interested in buildings and architecture, Archie takes pleasure in getting to know clients and their properties - particularly when he can hand over the keys to a new homeowner.
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      Kelly Dunne M.N.A.E.A. - Viewing Guide
      Joining the team in March 2014, Kelly is specifically focused on arranging viewings and then showing buyers around their potential new home. She then provides feedback and support to the negotiators following the viewing. 

      Keen to learn, Kelly is hardworking and enthusiastically pursuing a career in estate agency. She finds it very rewarding knowing she has helped clients find their dream home and is hoping to study for the National Association of Estate Agents Technical Award.
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      Testimonials from Sellers

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        "Very pleased with experience, would definitely recommend you" Mrs Edmonds, Horton Road.
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        "I have bought and sold 7 properties and this was the best experience of an Estate Agents I have found." Mrs Shepherd, Hertford Road.
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        "Great service by Paul and the Fiveways team, Thank you." Ms Hamilton-Smith, Stephens Road.
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        "Excellent service - Very professional and competent, thank you." Ms Sellick, Sandgate Road.
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        "We were very pleased with the service provided by Maslens." Mr & Mrs Sawyer, Shaftesbury Road.
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        " The team were excellent and nothing was too much trouble which made a huge difference to managing the sale when i was living out of locality." Mrs Smith, Crescent Road
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        "Very happy with your professional, efficient and reliable service." Mr Lloyd, Springfield Road.
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        "You were amazingly helpful throughout - a real pillar of strength with a difficult sale." Mrs Parkin, Surrenden Lodge.
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        "I would recommend Maslen to anyone." Mrs Tripp, Carden Avenue. 
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        "All the agents at Maslen where extremely helpful and polite from the beginning to the completion of my sale." Mr Johnson, Nettleton Court.
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        "Paul was absolutely brilliant." Mrs Tasker, Hollingbury Road.
      • Seller Testimonial

        "Thank you Paul and Archie. You gave an excellent service, as well as Kelly. I look forward to working with you again." Mr White, Roundhill Road. 

      Testimonials from Buyers

      • Buyer Testimonial

        "A very positive experience - I had most contact with the Fiveways office and they were so friendly, professional and helpful." Miss King, Balfour Road.
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        "Very impressed with the communication and support through a long and stressful process. I felt I built up a better relationship with Maslens than the Agent selling my property. Thank you." Ms Clark, Springfield Road
      • Buyer Testimonial

        "Thoroughly professional, friendly and supportive. Will recommend to others." Mr Saunders, Warleigh Road.
      • Buyer Testimonial

        "Excellent, professional service throughout, highly recommend and will use you in the future." Mr Waters, Springfield Road.
      • Buyer Testimonial

        " Service was good as expected. A personal service which was very good." Mr Parle, Windsor Court.
      • Buyer Testimonial

        "More pleasant and personal than other agents we've met. Paul was helpful and friendly." Mrs Walters, Ditchling Road.
      • Buyer Testimonial

        "The staff were very helpful, an excellent service. I would recommend you to others." Miss Hockly, Surrenden Lodge. 
      • Buyer Testimonial

        "An exceptional service throughout the process. You're a cut above the others!" Ms Windels & Mr Barham, Chester Terrace.
      • Buyer Testimonial

        "Paul Wilkinson was extremely helpful and efficient." Mr Lavender, Thompson Road.
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      Disclaimer

      The content on this Microsite has been uploaded by David Maslen Estate Agents, Ditchling Road. Rightmove Group Limited makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of the content, any queries should be sent directly to David Maslen Estate Agents, Ditchling Road. 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 David Maslen Estate Agents, Ditchling Road. 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 David Maslen Estate Agents, Ditchling Road on 01273 566777.


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      290 Ditchling Road,
      Brighton,
      BN1 6JF

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      Buying: 01273 839171  Local call rate
      Letting: 01273 839005  Local call rate

      Disclaimer

      The content on this Microsite has been uploaded by David Maslen Estate Agents, Ditchling Road. Rightmove Group Limited makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of the content, any queries should be sent directly to David Maslen Estate Agents, Ditchling Road. 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 David Maslen Estate Agents, Ditchling Road. 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 David Maslen Estate Agents, Ditchling Road on 01273 566777.