heart home facebook-with-circle linkedin-with-circle twitter-with-circle Rectangle-70 search Path-2 icon Star Group-10 Group-11 Group-12

Are A & S Properties - Glasgow Right For You?

Compare local agent performance and fees, and find the best one to sell your home.

Please enter your full postcode.
See which agents sell for the most money
Change In Asking Price
0.0%
Avg. Sale time
2 Weeks
Average Rating
N/A
Instantly compare agent fees and performance
Get Started

About A & S Properties - Glasgow

A & S Properties - Glasgow mainly list properties in G44. Over the last 6 months, they've listed 1 properties, with 0 currently on the market. Most of the properties listed have 3 bedrooms. They list properties for sale on Rightmove.

Branch Address

199/201 Maryhill Road, St George X, Glasgow, G20 7XJ

The wrong agent can ruin your sale.

Get our free guide to choosing the right estate agent for you. A 5 minute read could save your sale.

Listings by number of bedrooms
  1. 1 3 bedrooms properties listed by A & S Properties - Glasgow in the last 6 months
Number of Listings
  1. In May 2018 the number of properties listed was 0
  2. In June 2018 the number of properties listed was 0
  3. In July 2018 the number of properties listed was 0
  4. In August 2018 the number of properties listed was 1
  5. In September 2018 the number of properties listed was 1
  6. In October 2018 the number of properties listed was 0
  7. In November 2018 the number of properties listed was 0

Properties listed and sold by A & S Properties - Glasgow

Average Value
£125,000
Average Size
3 Beds
Most Active Postcode
G44
    5th September
  • Removed
    318 Holmlea Road, Glasgow G44
    3 bed • £125,000
  • 21st August
  • New Listing
    3 bed • £125,000
How much is your property worth?
Get an instant valuation
Did you use A & S Properties - Glasgow?
Write a review
As seen in
GetAgent was featured in the Evening Standard
GetAgent was featured in the The Times
GetAgent's TV ad aired on Channel 4'
GetAgent was featured in the Telegraph
GetAgent was featured in the Guardian