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Exceptional Results in 2019

2019 was a challenging property market, to say the least.

The uncertainty surrounding the political direction of the UK was unsettling for many and for a number of people that meant sitting tight until more clarity over the future of our country was present.

For every business, in every industry a challenging market provides obstacles, however, it also offers opportunities.

It forces you to think outside the box, fight even harder for business and means you absolutely must get the results your clients are after. If you don’t, there are plenty who will try themselves.

By stepping up to the challenge, the WellingtonWise teams in St Ives, Royston and Melbourn have achieved some exceptional results for our clients in 2019 and in doing so have proved they are the best-selling estate agents in their town with the stats to back this claim up.

In a year when most estate agents were selling half of everything they advertised, WellingtonWise sold 80% of the homes we were chosen to represent. In fact, we sold more property in St Ives, Royston and their surrounding villages than any other estate agent. If you were after the best chance of selling, WellingtonWise was the obvious choice.

Something we pride ourselves on is our ability to negotiate the highest price for our clients. On average in 2019, we negotiated an extra £10,571 for each of our clients selling with us. That’s over £3.5m extra in our client's bank accounts!

2020 is already shaping up to be a fantastic year for moving home. Buyer confidence is drastically up, our offices are buzzing with enquiries and sales are being agreed at excellent values in no time at all.

If you’re considering a move in 2020 or have a property to sell in St Ives, Royston or Melbourn, WellingtonWise continues to be the number one choice if you value service, the price you achieve for your property and the likelihood of finding the right buyer.

Tom Hookham

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