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Avg. Sale time
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About Andrew Grant - Country Homes

Andrew Grant Country Homes sell in 38 weeks on average, and currently have 74 listings online. Most of their listed properties have 4 bedrooms. They are most active in WR6, WR9 and WR7. They list homes for sale on Rightmove and OnTheMarket.

This Andrew Grant branch is mostly known for dealing with larger properties, more than 3 bedrooms. They have experience listing properties across several postcodes, but their market share has dropped over the last 6 months. They generally sell properties for around 97% of the asking price.

Very nice people to deal with, excellent communication.

Worcester Taxis Ltd, 12 May 2011

This company in my opinion has always needed a crash course in business ethics...

Phil Mcgreavy, 06 Jan 2018
Branch Address

59-60 Foregate Street, WR1 1DX

Opening Times
Monday 9:00am - 6:00pm
Tuesday 9:00am - 6:00pm
Wednesday 9:00am - 6:00pm
Thursday 9:00am - 6:00pm
Friday 9:00am - 6:00pm
Saturday 9:00am - 4:00pm
Sunday 10:00am - 3:30pm
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Listings by number of bedrooms
  1. 4 1 bedroom/studio properties listed by Andrew Grant - Country Homes in the last 6 months
  2. 7 2 bedrooms properties listed by Andrew Grant - Country Homes in the last 6 months
  3. 5 3 bedrooms properties listed by Andrew Grant - Country Homes in the last 6 months
  4. 20 4 bedrooms properties listed by Andrew Grant - Country Homes in the last 6 months
  5. 13 5+ bedrooms properties listed by Andrew Grant - Country Homes in the last 6 months
Number of Listings
  1. In December 2018 the number of properties listed was 121
  2. In January 2019 the number of properties listed was 121
  3. In February 2019 the number of properties listed was 119
  4. In March 2019 the number of properties listed was 106
  5. In April 2019 the number of properties listed was 109
  6. In May 2019 the number of properties listed was 111
  7. In June 2019 the number of properties listed was 107
Listing Market Share
  1. In January 2019, Andrew Grant - Country Homes had 28.3% market share in WR6 , 1.5% market share in WR9 , 2.6% market share in DY9 and 15.5% market share in WR7
  2. In February 2019, Andrew Grant - Country Homes had 29.2% market share in WR6 , 1.2% market share in WR9 , 2% market share in DY9 and 15.5% market share in WR7
  3. In March 2019, Andrew Grant - Country Homes had 26.3% market share in WR6 , 1.1% market share in WR9 , 0.7% market share in DY9 and 12.1% market share in WR7
  4. In April 2019, Andrew Grant - Country Homes had 24% market share in WR6 , 0.6% market share in WR9 , 0.7% market share in DY9 and 15.9% market share in WR7
  5. In May 2019, Andrew Grant - Country Homes had 21.7% market share in WR6 , 0.6% market share in WR9 , 0.7% market share in DY9 and 12.7% market share in WR7
  6. In June 2019, Andrew Grant - Country Homes had 19.6% market share in WR6 , 1% market share in WR9 , 0.8% market share in DY9 and 13.2% market share in WR7

Properties listed and sold by Andrew Grant - Country Homes

Average Value
£776,269
Average Size
4 Beds
Most Active Postcode
WR6

Sold Properties

In the last 6 months, Andrew Grant - Country Homes have listed 49 properties. On average, they achieve 96.5% of the original asking price.

The Barn, Old House Farm Church Road
Asking Price
£699,950
Sold Price
£692,000
Sold on 1st April 2019
Barn Cottage Leigh Sinton Road
Asking Price
£200,000
Sold Price
£223,500
Sold on 29th October 2018
10 Orchard Gardens
Asking Price
£310,000
Sold Price
£316,000
Sold on 25th October 2018
The Elms Bredicot Lane
Asking Price
£499,950
Sold Price
£499,950
Sold on 16th November 2018
Mimocy Waystone Lane
Asking Price
£500,000
Sold Price
£430,000
Sold on 19th December 2018
Broomy Hill Areley Lane
Asking Price
£1,350,000
Sold Price
£1,267,178
Sold on 2nd October 2018

Property listings are matched to data from the Land Registry by our clever algorithm. Clever as it may be, it isn't always right, especially if a property was listed by multiple agents. The asking price is the original listing price, NOT the final listing price. Data produced by Land Registry © Crown copyright 2019.

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Latest Reviews for Andrew Grant - Country Homes

This company in my opinion has always needed a crash course in business ethics... oh and law.

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An excellent example of good old fashioned slimy estate agents, thankfully a dying breed now. Push their 'modern auction', which is actually just a way of tripling their fees. One particular agent lied to the vendor's solicitor, saying I had pulled out of a purchase when in fact I had refused to accept their change of sale type and demand of £5000 to proceed. I asked twice on the phone what this payment was, and he pretended not to know. Claimed that the massively increased agent's fee hadn't affected his advice to the vendor. Needless to say, their completion was held up as their next buyer took much longer than we did to exchange contracts, and I bet they didn't pay as much either! Only winners were Andrew Grant. Go elsewhere if you want an honest agent.

In response to your comment, you can ask the vendor's solicitor why they told my solicitor they thought I'd pulled out, and then ask Duncan Saunders why he has failed to respond to my request for him to deny that he said this. I find it hard to see sincerity in your offer to discuss, as you have my contact details. You obviously don't intend to do anything about this, just weak public platitudes in response to a negative review.

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Great experience letting my home from Andrew Grant, from viewing to moving in the whole process was quick and easy, I especially liked the digital signing of the agreements this made the whole process a lot faster, as I was able to complete it while on holiday.

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Disgraceful Service - Had to wait one month for heating and hot water repair! Totally avoid this company!!!!!!!!

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Terrible, can rarely get hold of them and I am having to chase for my deposit back months after leaving a property that they said I left in perfect condition. They now avoid my calls

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very arrogant organisation! Say no more.

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Very nice people to deal with, excellent communication. thanx very much !

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An excellent example of good old fashioned slimy estate agents, thankfully a dying breed now. Push their 'modern auction', which is actually just a way of tripling their fees. One particular agent lied to the vendor's solicitor, saying I had pulled out of a purchase when in fact I had refused to accept their change of sale type and demand of £5000 to proceed. I asked twice on the phone what this payment was, and he pretended not to know. Claimed that the massively increased agent's fee hadn't affected his advice to the vendor. Needless to say, their completion was held up as their next buyer took much longer than we did to exchange contracts, and I bet they didn't pay as much either! Only winners were Andrew Grant. Go elsewhere if you want an honest agent.

In response to your comment, you can ask the vendor's solicitor why they told my solicitor they thought I'd pulled out, and then ask Duncan Saunders why he has failed to respond to my request for him to deny that he said this. I find it hard to see sincerity in your offer to discuss, as you have my contact details. You obviously don't intend to do anything about this, just weak public platitudes in response to a negative review.

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Very nice people to deal with, excellent communication. thanx very much !

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Other Andrew Grant Group Reviews

L Charlie71
16th February 2019

My elderly father was selling my grandmother's house after she was moved into a nursing home. He approached Andrew Grant being what he thought was a reputable local estate agent, avoiding the online cheaper services in the expectation he would pay more but receive a better service and achieve a higher asking price. Speaking to him a few days later he tells me the house is to be sold via AG auction house as "it's faster and cheaper as you pay no agency fees, these are paid in full by the buyer." His trust was misplaced. AG auction house is in fact an entirely separate company called I AM Sold Ltd based in Newcastle (not the local business he thought he was supporting) who charge a fee of 4.2% for their online auction. Given I moved house last year and paid a fee of 0.6% I was staggered by this extortionate fee. Obviously any buyer will see this too and, as Dad found out, factor this into the bid they make - so the bid is in fact market value less 4.2%. It is the seller who loses out and AG and I AM Sold Ltd who prosper at their expense. The referral to an auction house unnecessary as the house is in a desirable location and has been maintained to a good standard but needed updating. It would have sold on the open market...the only difference would be that your fee would have been c3.6% less. Your defence of "the fees were explained, the contract is clear" is weak and tells half the story. You explained the fee the buyer would have to pay. You did not explain the adverse effect this would have on the likely sale price and in turn the sum that would end up in Dad's back pocket. The telephone call with I AM Sold lasted a matter of minutes - no face to face lengthy discussion about such an important and costly decision, again what my Dad thought he would receive with AG. This has made my Dad feel foolish and AG have profited from his lack of commercial know-how. Greedy and aggressive practice. Shame on you at a time when you are advertising the fact that you have been awarded for being a trusted company. Be honest with your customers and act in their best interests, not your own.

Andrew Grant - Bromsgrove

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L Charlie71
16th February 2019

My elderly father was selling my grandmother's house after she was moved into a nursing home. He approached Andrew Grant being what he thought was a reputable local estate agent, avoiding the online cheaper services in the expectation he would pay more but receive a better service and achieve a higher asking price. Speaking to him a few days later he tells me the house is to be sold via AG auction house as "it's faster and cheaper as you pay no agency fees, these are paid in full by the buyer." His trust was misplaced. AG auction house is in fact an entirely separate company called I AM Sold Ltd based in Newcastle (not the local business he thought he was supporting) who charge a fee of 4.2% for their online auction. Given I moved house last year and paid a fee of 0.6% I was staggered by this extortionate fee. Obviously any buyer will see this too and, as Dad found out, factor this into the bid they make - so the bid is in fact market value less 4.2%. It is the seller who loses out and AG and I AM Sold Ltd who prosper at their expense. The referral to an auction house unnecessary as the house is in a desirable location and has been maintained to a good standard but needed updating. It would have sold on the open market...the only difference would be that your fee would have been c3.6% less. Your defence of "the fees were explained, the contract is clear" is weak and tells half the story. You explained the fee the buyer would have to pay. You did not explain the adverse effect this would have on the likely sale price and in turn the sum that would end up in Dad's back pocket. The telephone call with I AM Sold lasted a matter of minutes - no face to face lengthy discussion about such an important and costly decision, again what my Dad thought he would receive with AG. This has made my Dad feel foolish and AG have profited from his lack of commercial know-how. Greedy and aggressive practice. Shame on you at a time when you are advertising the fact that you have been awarded for being a trusted company. Be honest with your customers and act in their best interests, not your own.

Andrew Grant - Redditch

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Lynne Woodings
31st December 2018

Never been inside the place

Andrew Grant - Redditch

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Marc Holden
19th December 2018

Just spoke to Chloe from their Pershore office and she couldn't be more helpful and knowledgeable, made me feel very assured and will definitely instruct them to do the survey. 10/10 Chloe!

Andrew Grant - Pershore

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