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    Spencers of the New Forest was formed in 2010, following the merger of two very successful businesses in the villages of Burley and Brockenhurst. Later that year we opened the doors of our office in the heart of the market town of Ringwood, and most recently the beautiful coastal town of Lymington.

    We have quickly developed a reputation as an honest and professional Estate Agents and continue to grow from strength to strength. Being an independent agent, client service drives everything we do. Our success is based on recommendations and reputation. Choosing an agent is the most important step on the way to selling your home, and we understand that trust and excellent service are key.

    Whilst we embrace all that modern technology provides us with to assist with marketing property, we will never compromise on our high level of personal service.

    Our record of success has been built upon a single-minded desire to provide our clients, with a top class personal service delivered by highly motivated and trained staff. A sign of this success is the fact that a large proportion of our business is from referrals, satisfied Clients who have recommended us to friends and family.

    So, if you want professional help and advice on all aspects of moving home please contact us on 01590 674222 or call into our office.

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    Living In Lymington
    This vibrant and picturesque Georgian market town, positioned between the Solent, Lymington River and the New Forest, has been a massive draw for many people over the years.

    It has always attracted 'yachties' as it's considered the UK's sailing capital with its boatyards, marinas and sailing clubs. It is also popular with families and retirees escaping London and the Home Counties in search of a better quality of life, often light-heartedly referred to as 'Richmond by the Sea'. It's also the choice for many in the New Forest who are considering downsizing, but want to remain in the area.

    Lymington is a lively hub. It has a very distinctive centre with many independents (such as Elliotts of Lymington for designer fashion) as well as a strong smattering of top quality names (including Musto and Waitrose). A tasty range of eateries includes cafes, pubs and restaurants - check out two good tapas bars, Elderflower on Quay Hill (the chef is ex-Chewton Glen) and stylish Stanwells House Hotel. And every Saturday the High Street is taken over by a proper, old-fashioned market with everything from fresh fruit and vegetables to flowers and plants, fashion to fishing equipment, and vintage collectables to artisan food producers.

    Property ranges from elegant period townhouses in the town centre to big family homes down leafy lanes 'South of the High Street' and new waterside development.

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Spencers of the New Forest
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    At Spencers New Forest we specialise in the sale of village and town, country, coastal, and equestrian properties in the New Forest National Park and surrounding areas.

    Key to our success is our professional and personal service, and we are very proud of our reputation for providing a friendly, reliable, trustworthy and proactive approach.

    Communication and care is integral to our service. From instruction to completion we are with our clients every step of the way, accompanying viewings, providing feedback, and regularly updating clients and reviewing progress.

    Our service starts with a well-considered valuation based on our understanding of a market dominated by individual, character properties. The person who comes out to value your home will oversee the sale of your property, and every member of the team in the office will be thoroughly briefed about your home and requirements.

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Spencers Moving Guide
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    Moving house can be a complicated process; our guide is a useful reminder of what happens when h ard work, preparation and organisation are key to a smooth sale process, and knowing what happens next helps.

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    PREPARATION
    You are selling your home. First things first: choose an agent who can advise you on preparing your home for market. This advice may include suggestions about maintenance, decorating and decluttering; where you may need to focus attention, where you could add value, and what buyers do and don't consider important. So, fix those little snags, tidy up, add a lick of paint where necessary, and keep the house clean and fresh. 'Stage' and style your home to create a welcoming impression, and don't forget your garden, front as well as back; kerb appeal is important and first impressions count.
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    GET ORGANISED
    You've approved the brochure copy and photographs and your home is being marketed. It's time to get paperwork in order for potential purchasers, this can include copies of guarantees and proofs of work. Choose a solicitor to handle the legal work to transfer ownership of the property. It saves time to decide which solicitor you want to use before you agree the sale of your house. We recommend you use a solicitor who specialises in conveyancing and is familiar with New Forest properties. Closing a sale often requires careful negotiations. Once a sale is agreed your agent will send a confirmation letter and Memorandum of Sale to you, your solicitor, your purchaser and their solicitors.
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    PRE-EXCHANGE
    Your solicitor will send you documents including transaction forms, fixtures and fittings list, property information form and personal questionnaire. You will be requested to provide identification papers. The solicitor will obtain the deeds to your property and a contract pack will be prepared and sent to the purchaser's solicitor. Enquiries may be raised which will be dealt with by your solicitor. You and the buyer will have to decide the length of time between exchange and completion (usually between seven days to four weeks after exchange of contracts), what fixtures and fittings will be included (any fixtures you plan to take, such as wall lights, need to be replaced with an equivalent), and any discounts due to problems flagged up by the survey. The final contract will be sent to you for signing.


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    EXCHANGE
    Once all parties in the chain are ready to exchange, an acceptable completion date is agreed. At this stage the signed contract is legally binding. Book your removal company, notify service providers and arrange for mail to be redirected. At this point the buyer pays a deposit, usually around 10% of the sale price, to your solicitor. Some may agree less than this. This deposit is usually held in your solicitor's account.
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    COMPLETION
    This is the day of the move: the property changes ownership, the deeds of the property are transferred, the money is transferred and keys are handed over. You are required to vacate the property on this day and bring the keys into your agent's office. Your solicitor will notify your agent once the monies are received from your purchaser thus authorising the release of the keys. This transference of deeds and payment progresses along the chain: your vendor's solicitor will notify the agent when they have received the monies and the keys will be released to you. Welcome to your new home.
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    Spencers New Forest are specialists in the letting and property management of town, village, country and coastal properties across the New Forest National Park and surrounding areas.

    We are the only estate agency with a dedicated lettings and property management office in the New Forest area and we believe that this dedicated office, combined with the letting team's friendly, professional and reliable service, is key to a successful tenancy.

    We have a very hands-on, proactive approach, guiding our landlords through every step of the way in what is an increasingly complex and regulated sector. The focus is to ensure that each one of our landlords, whether they are investing in buy-to-let for an income or pension fund or are so-called 'accidental' landlords renting out inherited property or the family home (following a temporary move abroad perhaps), are able to enjoy total peace of mind.

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    Spencers of the New Forest have been established as estate agents in Lymington since March 2013, and have gone on to build up an excellent reputation as the experts when it comes to property for sale in the area.

    We have also established a separate dedicated lettings and property management office in Lymington which has quickly become recognised for providing a trusted, friendly and efficient service for landlords letting properties in Lymington and throughout the New Forest.

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    Rob Batten - Director
    With Spencers: Co-founder of Spencers and has been in the industry for over 33 years with time spent in London and the Home Counties including working as a consultant for leading national property portal Rightmove.

    Forest Favourites: Walking his dog, Kuma, which means 'bear' in Japaese and she certainly is the size of one, too! He can often be seen walking her around the cricket ground, football ground and Woodside Park.
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    Pippa Grant - Sales Manager
    With Spencers: Over 12 years working in the Brockenhurst and Lymington offices.

    Forest Favourites:  Walking Sprog, who is a very good office dog, people like coming into the office to see her. At Spencers we're all family people with kids and dogs. We live the life and sell the lifestyle as well as the houses.
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    Neville Herbert - Senior Negotiator
    With Spencers: Over 3 years; before that working within estate agency for around 20 years. 

    Forest Favourites: Having moved his family from London for the lifestyle. His family have sailed forever - Neville owns a yacht, RIB and dinghies. Lots of people are drawn to Lymington for the sailing and the fact that he sails and knows what's involved means that he can advise them about the most suitable options.
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    Gillian Wood - Senior Negotiator
    With Spencers: Over 6 years, starting when the Lymington office first opened.

    Forest Favourites: Spare time usually includes coastal walks at Milford on sea and Lepe and generally exploring the Forest area and finding new places to eat and at home enjoying gardening sewing cooking and reading.
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    Sam Holtom - Senior Negotiator
    With Spencers: Over 2 years. 

    Forest Favourites: A very sporty individual who enjoys the outdoor pursuits available in the area. He plays golf at Brokenhurst Manor Golf Club, football locally and has a tennis membership at Elmer's Court. He can oftern be seen walking along the sea wall.
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    Lynda Smith - Administrator
    With Spencers: Nearly 3 years with Spencers and over 40 years in the estate agency business. 

    Forest Favourites: Outside of work Lynda takes delight from fresh air and exercise by playing golf and bellringing.
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    Penny Brockway - Sales Negotiator
    With Spencers: Over 4 years having started in the Brockenhurst office and recently moving to 

    Forest Favourites: Penny loves the outdoors and enjoys biking in the New Forest.  She often jumps on the ferry to go over to the Isle of Wight to walk.
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    Terri Boxall - Sales Administrator
    With Spencers: 4 years - having worked in both the sales office and lettings office. 

    Forest Favourites: Terri is kept busy as membership secretary with Milford on Sea Hospital League of Friends and also enjoys walking along the coast at Keyhaven, Hurst Spit, and the Danestream at Milford.
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      We truly value our clients. We are pleased to have built a great rapport with the local community, and thank all our clients past and present for there continued support and recommendations.

    Testimonials from Sellers

    • Seller Testimonial

      "Spencers were particularly good at responding with insight and intelligence to any possible problems that inevitably arise when buying and selling a home"

      Mrs Burley

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      "Through very challenging market conditions Spencers worked extremely hard, maintaining a continuous flow of valid buyers, ending with a bidding war and rapid sale. Thoroughly recommended!"

      Mr McNair Wilson

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      "We had other agents out to value and potentially market our property but decided to go with Spencers as they are very trusted locally and have a terrific knowledge of our area. Their original valuation was the closest to our eventual selling price"

      Mrs Cook

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