We had great pleasure to work with Cedar Estate agency for the last 3 years. Starting with Jordan Collins who helped us to find a perfect property in a very short time and Alex Croft who guided us through our tenancy period and was happy to answer and help us with all related concerns.
Thank you for that!
I've got really bad service from them as a tanent. Lived with a leak in my bedroom for a year. My belongings were destroyed by this. Took the ages to actually do something about it while I was paying a lot of money and 'enjoying' the pouring rain in my room literally...
Fantastic customer support. Would highly recommend Major estate agents harrow, They are so kind, efficient and professional. I would like to thank Mr DINESH SHONCHHATRA for excellent mortgage service. I highly recommend his services to anyone looking for mortgage. Many thanks
I would not recommend Major Estates to anyone as they are a firm of unproffessionals who will put your lives at risk by sending tradesmen which are not corgi registred and not qualified to carry out works.
All they are interested in is your money and ripping you off they are unhelpful my advise to anyone dont use them
Right frim the start TI'm Buckley was on the case . He was most professional and kept us fully informed of all aspects of the sale. . Although complex at time ,he was always there with help and advise . . As things progressed
.we were kept informed.. The office start were also most helpfull. They all went beyond the call of duty. I would not hesitate in recommending Gibbs gillespie as a property agent.
The staff at Haart Harrow have worked very hard to secure a buyer for my property and I have now exchanged. I would especially like to thank Maxine, Ifraz, Kia and Darren for all their support and good advice.
Many thanks Kim Porter.
Really REALLY poor form from this estate agent. After a viewing a property last Thursday we investigated the market and emailed Haart's representative, one Mr. Wais Dawlazie, with our carefully considered offer on the afternoon of Friday 29th September.
With no answer three days later I went onto Haart's website chatroom and was told by someone called "Chloe" that "my manager Mr Dawlazie" was in fact called "Qais", not "Wais", and had misspelt his own name and email address in his communications to us not once but three times, hence the absence of a response to my email. She added that such misspelling can happen easily. Then she said she didn't work in his office and couldn't reach him. So how was he "her manager" then?
I called his office today (Monday morning) and he confirmed that his name really was Wais (NOT as young Chloe insisted then) and that following our offer last Friday, sent from my email address, his reaction was to call my partner instead to discuss the matter. He left her a voicemail promising to call her back on Saturday but didn't, and on Monday (today) claimed he had been too busy to call back on Saturday. Really? An estate agent is too busy to pursue an offer from a buyer? Too busy to start the negotiation and sale process??
He then told me today that all offers would have to be qualified first by his mortgage adviser, one Mohit Mehra, and this at the seller's EXPRESS REQUEST as "they have been stung in the past". Strange for a property that has only been for sale for three weeks - not much time to get stung there. Stranger still that a private seller would ask an estate agent to give a buyer - who already has a mortgage arranged elsewhere - mortgage advice as a means to validate an offer on their property.
Meanwhile today my partner pointed out to Mr Dawlazie the open house event scheduled for the house of interest on 7th October, this coming weekend. He denied this fact vehemently, insisting the open house in fact took place on 30th September and asked my partner what made her think the event had yet to happen. She directed him to his (and Haart's) own website where the property's open house event is clearly marked for 7th October.
After emailing to ask why we needed to meet his mortgage adviser when we weren't seeking any kind of financial advice from Haart or its partners, I called Mr Dawlazie again to ask why he felt this meeting was necessary and told him in no uncertain terms that I wasn't going to waste my time with it. Without a word of argument he promised that he had already passed our offer to the seller and would not need us to present ourselves before his mortgage adviser after all. Quite the opposite message to that which he had given my partner only a few minutes earlier.
Mr Dawlazie takes a very different approach with my partner compared to me. Later today he called her again, repeating his words in a subsequent email written as poorly as his speech was incoherent and mumbling, to express his disappointment at our offer. He mentioned both on the phone and in his email that Haart had after all just sold another house on the same street for £550,000, some £50,000 above the asking price for the house on which we had made our offer.
Were we supposed to know this amazing fact? Does he think all houses on this street are identical and to be sold for the same price? Is this why he thinks we should increase our offer? What a STUPID comment to make to a prospective buyer. Perhaps Mr Dawlazie was looking for a round of applause. Maybe he learned his negotiation skills in kindergarten last week but I'm afraid I'm no longer interested in dealing with this raving, educationally subnormal estate agent. Chances are he never even passed our offer to the house's current owners as promised.
My sympathies to the poor sellers of the property concerned - at this rate they will be lucky if Haart manages to bring any buyers whatsoever to the negotiating table.
Form the first visit we were really impressed with their professionalism and enthusiasm for the house. They promised they had clients already on their books and true to their word they had viewings before we even had the house details ready they had viewings. 16 viewings with 5 offers within 2 weeks. Follow up support has been great and despite my reservations about Estate Agent charges I think they have earned their money and I'm pleased to be able to recommend them to you! Excellent service. Kept us fully informed with regular updates, chased our buyer when needed and were very professional throughout. Would be happy to recommend them to anyone.
A huge THANK YOU to Foxtons Wembley for helping us finally buy a home!! This would not have been possible without the sheer determination, enthusiasm and professionalism of perhaps the best estate agent we have met over our ten years of renting and two years of trying to purchase our first property in London - CARLOS TORRES. He was so committed and had such superb negotiating skills that he worked from his Wembley office to seal a deal for us in Harrow!!
Only getting 1 star so I can leave this review. Ever since I moved into my flat, April of 2017, there have been Foxtons Let By boards appearing at the gate. My flat is housing association run and the flat upstairs is privately owned. When I called the Wembley office I was told the board was there for the flat upstairs. If this is true please explain to me why it is that every time a sign is put up, I see the landlord/owner of the flat taking down the signs ?? Foxtons it's obvious that you have no right to continue to do this. Are you looking for free advertising ?? Dreadful behaviour !!