We feel very fortunate to have worked with the Knight Frank team specifically Tom Stewart Moore, Ran Morgan and Faith Pedan. Collectively they did an exceptional job selling our rural estate outside Glasgow, managing to secure a very favourable outcome during what was a very difficult period in the market.
It goes without saying that we would not hesitate to recommend Knight Frank but a special mention goes to Tom Stewart Moore who worked tirelessly and with endless professionalism.
We would wholeheartedly recommend Kinght Frank in Edinburgh. The team did an outstanding job finding potential buyers, showing our property, negotiating the price and finally concluding a deal. Ed and Charlotte, thank you for a thoroughly professional service.
Excellent and professional service throughout. Lettings are department are amazing.
Very professional service from start to finish ... Initial visit to ascertain prices was in my opinion, a nice surprise as it was more than I expected but I did assume I would have to drop the price during negotiations. Within minutes of house going on the market (4.50pm), we had two bookings for the next evening and then the day after ... we had two offers of the full price. Very helpful staff who want to look after you and do a good job ... Well done!
My wife and I recently used Strutt and Parker after deciding to move back to the Morpeth area. The wide range of homes available in our price bracket was second to none and from offer to turning the keys was only 4 months, and we were guided every step of the way in the most friendly and professional manner. Our thanks to Sam,Alison and Sharon-fantastic!
I had expected a service at least equivalent to other estate agents from Mayfair based Strutt and Parker.
After viewing, then subsequently purchasing a property through Strutt and Parker, my home, I found they had made many misstatements. There were many inaccuracies, but one in particular would have changed my transactional decision, one that would have negated my viewing in the first place.
When moving in the misstatements became apparent. On informing them they argued that my surveyor or solicitor should cover it. But one, a historic feature demolished after viewing would have required skills in clairvoyance that neither profession had.
Other misstatements included claims of luxury and refurbishment by the "best developer in the northeast" who they knew well as a business associate. The central heating, fireplaces, egress of waste not only failed but caused ruin of everything I owned. It became equivalent to surviving a complete flooding. I lost my lifetimes heritage which changed the course of my life. Sorting through everything was distressful and coming on top of disruption of moving home was intolerable.
After an exchange of letters of what they later called treating me with 'decorum' Strutt and Parker refused further correspondence hiding themselves behind the hearsay of their vendor developer Stone Homes. They offered me the property ombudsman who I used, who didn't award against them. I later saw why a few days before trial. Being economical with the details Strutt and Parker had also misled them making a mockery of the ombudsman system.
As anything I said was deprived of relevance, my only option was to take them to court. Financially I was limited to small claims where the threat of their legal costs became higher than the claim that could be awarded. They knew I didn't have funds for higher court but they argued for it, adding further insufferable pressure. Taking a national company to court is daunting. Why go to court, as a layperson when the stress is unbearable? Like so many fighting for their homes there's a sense of loss of everything and not much more to lose.
I had to understand my point in law, understand court procedure, and learn quickly any practices of bedevilment they might use. And use them they did. But they would never mediate even when ordered by the court at a preliminary hearing. The process has been long one with Strutt and Parker referring to it as my "continued dissatisfaction"; it wasn't, it was devastation, my whole life's heritage gone.
My small action against this national company was won against them for the demolished historic feature, receiving the maximum award at that level but it could never cover the losses or stress they caused. The district judge immediately dismissed their appeal, but I had to wait to see if their miserable approach to me would continue with an appeal from them to the circuit judge.
Through them I couldn't settle and need to move again as quickly as possible in the now worsening basket case housing market. So I'm still searching for a home and trying to sell a dwelling with disclosures patched up as best I could. No trust left, exhaustion, illness, less money and no cushion for the thousands it costs to move, they have added years to my age rendering me from a supportive mother to one that requires support.
To date Strutt and Parker are yet after more than two years on their books are still to sell the personal home of Dale Robinson, Stone Homes.
I trusted Strutt and Parker and placed reliance on them to get their home selling details correct. Both Strutt and Parker and Stone Homes project and hold themselves as something they are not, fronting and holding themselves up with pretences of care. With passive aggressive assertiveness they fob off anything said to them with hearsay and as nonsense.
It is impossible to make a valued transactional decision if you're given incorrect information.
I had trusted Strutt and Parker, they abused that trust.
Highly recommended. I am moving to Belford from Bucks for jobs reasons and I need to find a house really quick. I met Charlie Jefferson from Pattinson Estate and all was easy and smooth. I could rent an amazing house in record time and it was ready to move even before the initial date. Very serious, helpful and profesional.
No one answers the Phone - not even a message or answer machine - in 2017 - come on