What do people see when they visit us?
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    A dynamic, proactive and forward thinking company

    As your local Estate Agent in Louth, we are located in the heart of the community within the Cornmarket. Lovelle Estate Agency has sought to provide clients with comprehensive property advice. This has been achieved through a broad range of expertise with the one organisation coving the region. Our team of property experts are independent and experienced in the Louth property market. The heart of our philosophy is proactivity, the company's philosophy is to retain private ownership and thus maintain independence from financial institutions and other professional groups, in order to give totally unbiased advice, free of any possible conflict of interest.

    We cherish our independence because it motivates us to care about every single thing that happens within our company. It inspires us to constantly improve our service and that keeps us where we want to be - out in front. You can get a flavour of what independent thinking creates when you visit our offices positioned at strategic locations within the region.

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    What You Can Expect When You Instruct Us.
    We work harder to bring buyers and sellers together. Our family run business has outstanding local market knowledge, backed up by a network of local branches to offer your property greater regional exposure. We try to keep the whole process as transparent as possible, so you're kept in the picture every step of the way with outstanding client feedback.

    If after our thorough valuation or property appraisal from our professional and friendly representative, you decide to use our estate agency service, below is an outline of what to expect from the moment you instruct us.

     •Firstly you will receive our property appraisal and supporting    documentation promptly following our visit.

    •We will prepare a high quality sales brochure including photographs at no extra cost.

    •Instruction and the preparation of all property information as required by law will commence promptly after being instructed.

    •Your property will be advertised on the internet, on our own website, zoopla.co.uk and rightmove.co.uk (Rightmove is ranked in the Top 20 most popular websites in the UK).

    •Your property will be advertised in local newspapers as soon as possible. You will be advised when and where your property will appear.

    •All viewings at your home will be accompanied unless specifically requested otherwise by yourselves.

    •Every viewing will be followed up with open and honest feedback.

    •You will receive regular feedback as to the progress and marketing of your home, including full internet marketing reports.

     •Should your property not be sold after a reasonable period of time, we will invite you to a review, where we will discuss all viewings, feedback and advertising carried out with the aim of making positive changes (if required).

    •In an open and professional manner we strive to achieve the best possible price for your home.
    •When you accept an offer on your property, we'll progress the sale through every stage to completion.

    •We can recommend a solictor to act for you or work in tandem with your appointed solicitor, to help ensure the smooth sale of your home.

    •We advise all our clients on any property that they may wish to move into and can provide property surveys with our in-house chartered surveyor services.

    Contact Information
    • Email: louth@lovelle.co.uk

      Telephone:01507 603366

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    Preparing for the move ahead
    Careful organisation and forward planning can minimise the stress of moving house. It feels like there are a million and one things to do when arranging a house move, but with a bit of organisation you can reduce the job into manageable chunks.
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    Eight weeks to go

    Even though a sale might not be set in stone, it's still worth getting prepared well in advance.

    Firstly make sure your new accommodation is sorted, ensure you have a mortgage in principle and solicitor lined up.

    Check out removal firms, get quotes and check what their insurance covers. They may not cover what you have packed yourself. If you have any high value items, make sure insurance covers these, speak to an expert if you're unsure of an items value. Obtain at least 3 quotes, and check references.

    If you're not using professional removals, now will be the time to start notifying friends and family you might need their help, especially if you have children and pets.

    Start emptying your existing property of clutter, don't take what's not needed or has little emotional value, don't forget your attic/loft which may contain more than you think. Consider hiring a skip. Also start using up and emptying your food stocks from your larder, fridge and freezer.

    Collect appropriate material for packing, boxes, newspaper, bags etc.

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    Six weeks to go

    The sale should be more certain, and you should have a good idea when the move will take place.

    You should have finished decluttering, now you'll have an idea if you need any additional storage space. Your chosen removal firm will probably be able to help, but it could be cheaper to source your own storage space.

    If you're renting you'll need to notify your landlord of your moving date.

    Order essential items for your new home, such as carpets or new furniture.

    Check your home insurance covers you from the moment you enter your new home.

    With a firm date in mind, confirm which friends and family will be able to help.

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    Four weeks to go

    Exchange of contracts is now imminent and things are progressing.

    Double check moving date, as everything needs to be coordinated.

    Get all items to be moved organised. Draw up a floor plan and label or colour code every room. All boxes can then be labelled or coded appropriately, so the removals company or helping friends know which room a box belongs in.

    Other insurance policies, ensure all policies you may have (life, medical, motor, pets) have been notified of the new address and move date.

    Notify all service providers - Electricity, Gas, Water, Phone, Internet, Cable/Satellite TV

    Notify relevent government agencies - Council Tax, Benefits, TV License, Schools / Colleges

    Notify your place of work of your new address.

    If required, you may wish to book a lock smith to change the locks on your new home.

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    Two weeks to go

    Actually disassembling your home now begins.

    You should have received your moving date from your solicitors, if not check and find out when.

    If you're packing yourself, start now with all non-essential items - books, ornaments, clothes, toys. Remember to mark the boxes according to your labelled/colour coded plan.

    Notify all friends and family of your new address, either by mail or online.

    Arrange the time to collect the keys to your new home from the estate agents, then double check your booking details with your removals company.

    Notify all appropriate financial bodies, banks and credit card companies.

    Stop all regular deliveries, such as milk or newspapers. Ensure all postal deliveries are received by putting a redirect in place with the post office at least 5 days before the move.

    Notify other organisations such as Doctors and Dentists, also non-essential organisations such as gym memberships, charities, internet mail order companies etc.

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    One day to go

    The big day has almost arrived, besides last minute packing there's a few other things you can do that will make the day go smoother.

    Pack a box with kitchen essentials - kettle, cups, cutlery, tea, coffee and milk. Will you be able to cook? Perhaps think about getting some takeaway menus for when you get peckish. Don't forget a few glasses and a bottle opener in case you want to celebrate.

    A bag of essentials for each member of the family, change of clothes, toiletries, towels, bedding and any medication.

    If friends or family are looking after children or pets during the move, confirm times when they will be collected or dropped off.

    Assemble a box of cleaning products and a vaccuum cleaner. You may have time to give the house a clean before all the boxes and furniture arrive and fill up your new home.

    Make a list of all import numbers on paper or on a mobile phone. If you're using your mobile make sure it's fully charged. Consider having a tradesmen directory to hand (such as the Yellow Pages), you never know if you might need a plumber or electrician.

    Decide what tools you made need for the task of unpacking or re-assembling furniture - screwdrivers, allen keys, stanley knives, tape.

    Defrost the freezer

    Put all valuable items and documents in a safe place.

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  • Introduction

    Our dedicated team of property proffesionals
    Our Louth team are dedicated to offering the best possible customer experience whether you are buying or selling a property, call us today to see how we can get you moving...
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    Tracy Clement - Director

    I am an experienced and passionate Branch Manager and Valuer having worked in the industry for over 25 years and being part of the Lovelle Estate Agency family for 20 years. I pride myself on giving honest and genuine advice in a friendly and approachable way. As a dedicated property professional I strive to offer the Louth community the best possible customer experience and service, whilst promoting the ethos of a forward thinking, proactive and independent company. If you have a property query, please give me a call or email: tracy.clement@lovelle.co.uk

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    Thomas Bennett - Sales Executive & Valuer

    I became a part of the Lovelle Estate Agency Team in 2013 as a sales negotiator. Since taking on this role my knowledge of the estate agency business has expanded tremendously. I thrive off providing the highest level of customer service possible and ensuring that the high quality of service is provided from the initial introductions to the final farewells. This ever-growing competitive market keeps me on my toes, and has me constantly searching for where the next sale is going to come from. I am always here to help whether it is on the phone, over a coffee in the office or by email at thomas.bennett@lovelle.co.uk

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    Connor Reilly - Sales Executive

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    Ann Clement - Sales Executive

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    Our happy customers
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      Customer feedback.
      Please see below testimonials received from happy customers.

    Testimonials from Sellers

    • Seller Testimonial

      Hard Work
      Many thanks for all your hard work selling our home in Legbourne. - Mr and Mrs West
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      Thank you so much
      Thank you so much for all your help in selling my bungalow. - Mrs Emm
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      Above and beyond expectations
      Thank - you for all the help you have given me over the last few months in the selling of my house. You really went above and beyond exceptions. - Mrs Campbell 
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      1st class service
      1st class service received, Sandie was a great help. Even advised which solicitor to use. - Mr Tong
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      Kind Support
      Thank you for your kind support since day one. - Mr Simpson
    • Seller Testimonial

      Sale has gone through quickly
      Such a relief the house sale has gone through quickly. We really appreciate your help with everything around the sale. I hope the new owners enjoy their new home. - Mrs Darling

    Testimonials from Buyers

    • Buyer Testimonial

      5 star service
      Excellent - 5 star service, would definitely recommend people to use you, we felt Tom did an excellent job throughout. - Mr Swift and Mrs Nicholson
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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 Lovelle Estate Agency , Louth on 01507 603366.