Since David Evans brought his understanding of the property market to Eastleigh in the spring of 1994, David Evans Estate Agents are firmly ensconced as a household name. Few local families will make a decision on the value of their home or buying another without an opinion from David Evans and extensive advertising and the web welcomes new homeseekers from afar.
David Evans Estate Agents know the market intimately, combining the traditional virtues of professionalism and probity with the highest level of customer care. David's own vast experience and his respect for his valued clients, maintains a rock solid & utterly reliable team behind him, providing the continuity clients require when looking for answers and assurance, with a common sense approach. A large rental portfolio is managed from the same High Street offices.
Homeseekers have a hearty welcome at David Evans, their needs ascertained and honed, suitable properties phoned out and appointments accompanied by knowledgable staff members.
With David Evans, the answers are there, all in one office, seven days a week; the same friendly team, with David 'hands on' and one of the greatest rewards is to see the business flourish on recommendations from satisfied clients and return business.
Ever proactive, David Evans continues to invest in the business, employing the latest technology in his High Street offices where large screen monitors, fully networked, display full coloured interiors of homes and four hourly updates hit the web.
As professional agents, David Evans Estate Agents are founding members of the Ombudsman for estate Agents Scheme and also a member firm of the National Association of Estate Agents, the key organisations which oversee standards within the Estate Agency industry.
Eastleigh is a busy place - industry & commerce pour in every day to national insurance companies and banks, Mr. Kipling, major railyards, B&Q headquarters, food distributors, the town being ideally situated for fast & easy access to the M3 and M27. Southampton (Eastleigh) Airport lies on the periphery of the town, and there are two mainline railway stations with fast services to London Waterloo.
But the population isn't merely transient. The chimney pots are plentiful in Eastleigh, the schools are excellent, the social clubs thriving. Rows of Victorian houses march back from the original Victorian green park, still representing enormously good value.
Over the railway bridge and out to the villages are newly built properties by national builders and popular sixties development providing good solid family value. Converted riverside manor houses create charm.
Chandlers Ford is a couple of miles west, offering delightful established homes, and most of the national builders are represented within the new Valley park location.
The river villages of Bursledon, Botley & Hamble are close by and historic Winchester town centre only a fifteen minute drive away.
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