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Clapham is a district of south-west London popular with young professionals and families who are drawn to the area because of its open greens, thriving high streets and popular schools. As well as having an extensive bus network, Clapham also has three tube stations and two over ground train stations with good links to south and central London and the rest of the UK.

The vibrant cafés, bars and restaurants of Clapham perfectly convey a village-like and family atmosphere that many people look for, and with shopping areas such as Clapham Old Town and Clapham Junction there is a nice mixture of boutique shops and international brands.

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Foxtons - Battersea

168 Lavender Hill, Battersea

Will Martin helped us find the flat of our dreams. He completely understood what we were looking for from the beginning. He's very professional, friendly and always in good spirit! I couldn't recommend him more.

Sylvain Soulard

Totally appalling, arrogant and incredibly bad mannered. The lady who poses as the head of the agency must be getting kick-backs from the cleaning agency and others. Cleaning the 2 bedroom flat costs 270 £, and they charge another 165 £ for what they call a "check-out", by which a man comes for 5 minutes and does nothing but request signatures from you. I feel that this is just one big racket going on there on unprepared tourists and foreigners who do not know any better. That kind of behaviour is scandalous.

Alexandre Legrand
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We had a very positive experience with Christian at KFH, we were involved in a very difficult chain and he went out of his way to find solutions, I don't think we would have made the move with out him. A great support at a testing time. Helped us sell our home and get our dream home!


Terrible experience working with Kinleigh Folkward & Hawyward. Having worked with a number of quality agents over the years, KFH charge the same type of fees but do not provide as good a service as the likes of John D Wood and Foxtons. They did not ensure everything we put in the agreement was completed before our move in, did not inspect the property enough to know it was full of damp, were slow on responses, did not even ensure a professional clean was completed before we received the keys, all of which was in the contract. To get respectable tenants, you need to choose agencies like John D Wood who provide high quality service.

Bianca Frost
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Ben the best thing since sliced bread would have been homeless without him huge help

Paris Smith

Received two very rude and aggressive cold calls from a bairstow agent who proclaimed himself to be "KING OF BATTERSEA", badmouthing my current estate agency and instigating I am an idiot to not sign up with him. Recently, when we called bairstow battersea enquiring about another house on sale with them, same "king of battersea" told us bluntly that THEY CANNOT SHOW US THE PROPERTY UNTIL WE REDUCE PRICE ON OUR FLAT!!. These condescending pressure tactics doesn't work on most people but I fear for older and vulnerable people who may be his targets!!

Vin Arora
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Natalie Steed has been amazingly helpful during the time that she has been involved with the branch. I can't recommend Natalie highly enough; her communication is excellent and she is always on the front foot with any issues. It's been a pleasure :)

Amit Kainth

Very disappointed with the service received from Haart, made slot of promises never fulfilled, took money for services I didn’t need or want, Jessica came across as very caring but she shafted me, will never do business again with them, who ever is thinking of going into business with Haart plz read contract, get written confirmation and if needed record meetings, they are quick to deny everything, also made numerous complaints with no action taken.

Mohammad Akhtar
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Savills - Battersea

238A Battersea Park Road

Our experience with Jenna was great - she made buying our first home very easy and was always there if we needed anything. If we need to sell in the future we will definitely use Savills as they made buying stress free! Thank you - Georgie and Ollie

Oliver Lintott

Savills Northcote road, London Unprofessional (understatement) real estate agents When we moved in with our 3 little kids, the furniture we had agreed 2 weeks ahead to be in place was not there, including the bed and there we unopened Ikea flat packs everywhere. Thus, we staid somewhere else. We complained and it took them 1 month to deliver on all the agreed arrangements although we'd initially offered to postpone the move-in date and they'd insisted everything would be in place in time... We also had to fight for weeks and escalate to "senior management" for redress. We vacated the place early Nov and let them arrange visits for prospective tenants 2 weeks ahead of surrender. Then came the usual game "Let's try to see how much of their deposit we can keep " and it looks like this: 1. "Garden work": £120 They tried to charge for gardening although the check-in report pictures show the mess the place was. So it's "We gave you a tiny garden in an awful bad state with stinking litter and we'll charge you to make it nice once you have left". Thanks. 2. Bed removed": £444 This one you'll love. As part of the agreed furniture change, they were supposed to remove a bad low quality old metal frame bed you only see in depressing films about old houses. Not only did they end up removing it 3 weeks late but they are now also trying to charge us for the "disappearance" of the bed they removed themselves. Really!? 3. Professional cleaning: £324 When we left the flat, 2 weeks before surrender, the place was clean. The dirtying by their numerous arranged visits of the flat for prospective tenants with muddy shoes was then charged to us in an outrageous professional cleaning fee of £324. They're trying to charge us for the cleaning of their own mess... What?!?! 4. Damage to walls, etc.: £1,130 Only a few dirt marks on the walls, that a sponge would have removed, cost £1,130.... What?!?! Actually, you would think the 2. "ultra-premium" professional cleaning should have at the very least taken care of this, would not you? Better still, to justify and evidence such an extortionate amount for a task twice billed, involving using a sponge to clean walls, they have sent us a bill having nothing to do with it: - "new bed frame and disposed of old one" (charging us for what had been agreed would be free) - 4 new knobs in polish chrome (nice) ... - 2 new panel mouldings (we had the derelict ones instead) - new dimmer switch (ours never worked) - new roller bathroom blind (why did not we have this?) - Glass splash back (nice, we never had this) - Tiles (check-in inventory shows those ugly broken tiles they graciously ended up changing for the next occupiers , not for us) So, they are trying to double invoice us (cf. walls and professional cleaning) + charge us for all the nice decoration improvements for the next tenant or the landlord. You will have noticed that none of those items have anything to do with "Damage to walls" although they've confirmed twice in writing that the invoice included everything. End in sight to this nightmare...maybe not: - Savills partially came to their senses and removed 2. and 3. but are still trying to string us for a £1,130 wall cleaning without any related invoice. - 4 months later, Savills are still holding our full deposit without any invoice to back up their claim - Savills have not even released the undisputed amounts Throughout our tenancy we suffered from highly dubious mal-practices and, 4 months after the tenancy end, are still suffering from their cowboy practices, still holding our deposit. But wait, the best is yet to come... yesterday they said they would come up today with a new invoice to cover the "Damage to walls". So, four months after tenancy end, all bills must have been paid months before as they must have already paid their suppliers' invoice. Thus, is someone going to manufacture an invoice to string us for amounts they have been unable to justify? No new invoice yet today... Our advice to tenants: stay away from those cowboys with their hands in your pockets...

Alban Roger
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Knight Frank - Clapham

11 The Polygon,London

We sold our 2 bed flat with Knight Frank Clapham. Thank you to Lizzie, Rob and Hannah who proactively sought buyers and offered expert advice. Lizzie was always easy to reach, professional, and achieved over the asking price. Really impressed and would highly recommend.

Richard A

I'm giving 2 stars, but this is unrelated to the pre-move, and more to the post-move which I think is just as important if you're going to claim to be the property managers of our flat. Alice was super helpful and patient when we were looking for a new flat in Clapham. She was flexible, and took us back to what is now our current flat 2 or 3 times when we were deciding whether to stay in Clapham or move elsewhere. 5-stars for Alice. She's amazing. Now since moving, Knight Frank's service has been a 1-star experience. We've been here for 9 months, and I'm still waiting on responses from months ago. They've switched property managers without contacting me and my husband, and it wasn't until I followed up on a previous email that they told me it's the wrong person. Responses take forever, and you have to call/text/email to get anything out of them. For the first 2 months we were in our flat, there was no hot water and we were showering with ice cold water every morning. Our building's buzzer has been broken since we moved in, and now there are exposed wires with no sign of it being fixed. My husband and I met our next door neighbour who manages the entire building (KF only manages our flat) and he gave us his number and recommended we reach out any time we have issues. He's SUPER reactive and helpful and is our only saving grace. Knight Frank needs to work on their customer experience once the contract is signed.

Sophia Yavorski
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Clapham is a district of south-west London popular with young professionals and families who are drawn to the area because of its open greens, thriving high streets and popular schools. As well as having an extensive bus network, Clapham also has three tube stations and two over ground train stations with good links to south and central London and the rest of the UK.

The vibrant cafés, bars and restaurants of Clapham perfectly convey a village-like and family atmosphere that many people look for, and with shopping areas such as Clapham Old Town and Clapham Junction there is a nice mixture of boutique shops and international brands.

Property buyers in Clapham tend to be young professionals buying their first homes, families looking for larger properties with gardens and those downsizing to move back to the city.

Clapham is well known for its wide selection of good state and private schools with some of the top schools located in or near Clapham Common and Balham.

Clapham’s Housing Market

Clapham’s housing market is strong thanks to its proximity to central London, with an average house price of £821,000. Flats make up the majority of property sales in Clapham, selling for an average of £593,000, while terraced properties command an average of £1,286,000 and semi-detached properties average at £1,515,000.

In Clapham there are a handful of Queen Anne and Georgian properties around Clapham Common and surrounding area, but the majority of the properties are from the Victorian period with many still featuring the original stone carvings and stained glass making them highly desirable.

Cost effective properties can often be found around Clapham Junction and Clapham High Street, both have vibrant cultures and nightlife popular with young professionals. Clapham Junction also offers some of the best shopping and restaurants in the area.

Those searching for bigger properties should look in and around Clapham Old Town. This family friendly suburb offers an array of large Victorian houses and is popular with families because of its transport links to Central London and good schools nearby.

Clapham continues to offer value for money in comparison to central London, but it is becoming increasingly sought after especially with the ongoing investment in the area over the past decade. This has had a positive effect on property prices in the area, causing them to steadily rise over this period, a trend that is set to continue in the coming years.

Clapham’s Estate Agents

As with many areas of London, those searching for estate agents in Clapham will find lots to choose from. The housing market is strong and demand is high, making it moderately competitive and great for sellers. Do some research and choose an estate agent that knows the local area and what people are looking for.

Average property listings in Clapham run for 19 weeks, although this depends largely on the type of property being sold and its location.

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