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6 Properties

In Last 6 Months

19 Weeks

Average Sell Time

94.7%

Of Original Asking Price
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Average Sell Time

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About Portico - Fulham

Monday 9:00am - 7:00pm
Tuesday 9:00am - 7:00pm
Wednesday 9:00am - 7:00pm
Thursday 9:00am - 7:00pm
Friday 9:00am - 6:00pm
Saturday 10:00am - 5:00pm
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Portico - Fulham mainly list properties in SW6, SW10 and SW5. Over the last 6 months, they've listed 6 properties, with 12 currently on the market. Most of the properties listed have 2 bedrooms. They list properties for sale on both Rightmove and Zoopla.

843 Fulham Road SW6 5HJ

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Properties listed and sold by Portico - Fulham

Average Value
£798,325
Average Size
2 Beds
Most Active Postcode
SW6
21st March
  • Removed
    Purcell Crescent SW6
    4 bed • £1,150,000
  • 8th March
  • New Listing
    2 bed • £850,000
  • 28th February
  • Price Decrease
    1 bed

    £470,000 £499,950

  • 15th February
  • Removed
    Bishops Mansions, Bishops Park Road SW6
    2 bed • £795,000
  • 6th February
  • Removed
    Whittingstall Road SW6
    2 bed • £675,000
  • 25th January
  • Removed
    Fulham Road, Fulham, SW6
    2 bed • £625,000
    • 2 bed property on Sailmakers Court, William Morris Way SW6 for sale for £850,000
    • 2 bed property on Fulham Road, Fulham, SW6 was sold on 25th January 2017
    • 1 bed property on Dawes Road, London SW6 for sale for £470,000
    • 2 bed property on Whittingstall Road, London SW6 was sold on 6th February 2017
    • 3 bed property on Doulton House, Park Street SW6 for sale for £1,550,000
    • 1 bed property on Marville Road, London SW6 was sold on 10th November 2016
    • 2 bed property on Bishops Mansions, Bishops Park Road SW6 was sold on 15th February 2017
    • 1 bed property on Barton Court, Barons Court Road W14 for sale for £500,000
    • 1 bed property on Longridge Road, London SW5 for sale for £585,000
    • 3 bed property on Roehampton Lane, London SW15 was sold on 9th September 2016
    • 3 bed property on Fulham Road, Fulham, SW6 was sold on 21st October 2016
    • 2 bed property on Ravensbourne Apartments, Central Avenue SW6 for sale for £1,495,000
    • 1 bed property on Halford Road, London SW6 for sale for £499,000
    • 2 bed property on Lancaster Court, Fulham Road SW6 for sale for £460,000
    • 3 bed property on Thames Point, The Boulevard, Imperial Wharf SW6 for sale for £1,550,000
    • 3 bed property on Cheyne Walk, Chelsea, SW10 for sale for £660,000
    • Studio on Sloane Avenue, Chelsea, SW3 for sale for £400,000
    • 4 bed property on Purcell Crescent, London SW6 was sold on 21st March 2017
    • 4 bed property on Kilmaine Road, London SW6 for sale for £1,550,000
    • 3 bed property on Cheyne Walk, London SW10 for sale for £660,000
    • 3 bed property on Fulham Road, London SW6 for sale for £949,950
    • Studio on Chelsea Cloisters, Sloane Avenue SW3 for sale for £400,000
    • 2 bed property on Munster Mews, Lillie Road, London SW6 for sale for £525,000

    Sold Properties

    In the last 6 months, Portico - Fulham have listed 6 properties. On average, they achieve 94.7% of the original asking price.

    • 58 St Peters Terrace
      Asking Price
      £625,000
      Sold Price
      £625,000
      Sold on 29th January 2016
    • 44a Oakbury Road
      Asking Price
      £750,000
      Sold Price
      £755,000
      Sold on 4th April 2016
    • 32 Fulham Park Gardens
      Asking Price
      £820,000
      Sold Price
      £761,000
      Sold on 6th July 2015
    • Flat 8, Burlington House Burlington Road
      Asking Price
      £425,000
      Sold Price
      £420,000
      Sold on 7th August 2015
    • The Garden Maisonette, 250 Lillie Road
      Asking Price
      £699,950
      Sold Price
      £711,000
      Sold on 24th April 2015
    • First Floor Flat, 54 Rostrevor Road
      Asking Price
      £515,000
      Sold Price
      £485,000
      Sold on 27th February 2015

    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 2017.

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    Latest Reviews for Portico - Fulham

    I had a terrible experience with this agency. After waiting for a long time I had to reach out to the Tenancy Deposit Scheme for my deposit to be returned.

    Sian and the entire team were terrific. As starter, they only showed properties that very closely matched my desires (saving us all time); and the paperwork process was managed very well. Great work!

    Great experience with the team. Really helpful and accommodating with everything. We will definitely use them in the future

    Great agency, helpful staff and the process was quick and easy.

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    If I could rate 0 stars, I would. Portico tempt you to leave a good review when you start your contract by giving you Amazon vouchers in return so I wouldn't trust the positives reviews on here (yes, I gave them a positive review upon the start of my tenancy, and truthfully their sales team isn't too bad compared to their competitors). They hands down are the worst agency we have used to rent. Over one year we were assigned 5-6 property managers, probably due to the high turnover of staff. They often take months to reply and extremely unhelpful eg. we reported a broken spark plug on our cooker and Portico recommended for us to buy a lighter. During our tenancy the only repair they facilitated was when our roof collapsed (which we reported 3 months before) and we had to fight to get partial reduction of rent for this. After leaving we have spent 6 months trying to get our deposit back and after 19 emails and calls every week are no closer to receiving anything. When calling in on a daily basis they will always request your name or address and then never be able to take your call directly. Fortunately for them and the landlord, they have drawn on the process so long that it is no longer covered by the TDS scheme so I am sure they are always willing to keep their landlords happy. Once again couldn't stress more that they are the worst agency we have ever experience, which is shocking as they are very popular and well known in South London. I cannot wait to see to never have to deal with them again!

    Portico - Clapham

    Good customer service, friendly staff and easy to deal with.

    Portico - Battersea

    Not good at addressing problems when asked to have to keep asking plumbers and electricians to return to fix the same problems!!

    Portico - Battersea

    Few thing in life has been as difficult as dealing with this agency, and this is coming from someone who has dealt with the worst imaginable bureaucratic agencies in even third world countries. DO NOT RENT FROM PORTICO IF YOU WANT TO BE ABLE TO TRUST YOUR AGENCY OR VALUE SERVICE. The only reason for me waiting this long to submit a review has been of pure fear to not get my deposit back in full – which should be a completely unjustified fear to begin with considering I’ve always paid rent on time and left the property in impeccable condition. I am deeply sorry for anyone who I could have helped and warned and couldn’t get to in time. I rented a property in Islington from Portico with 2 of my friends in February 2016 and we signed an 18 month contract. Due to unforeseen circumstances, I had to move from the UK to Sweden December 2016 and find a replacement for my part of the contract. Luckily one of my friends wanted to overtake the contract. We notified Portico in November 2016 and received a cumbersome 6 step plan as well as a penalty fee of 250 GBP. The steps are pretty standard (employer reference, landlord reference, credit check etc) but do not expect the agency to in any shape or form be helpful or cooperative on collecting the documents or in the actual referencing process. And if they can’t get the paperwork done in time, as nothing will ever be handled with urgency or care if you’re “just the tenant”, there is nothing for you to do but to wait another month as all replacements must take place on a rent due date (30th of every month). By December 30th they had still not finished the “referencing” which meant that we had to wait until 30th of Jan to make the replacement on paper. I left UK right after Christmas and had it not been a friend of mine that moved in I would have had no control over the situation whatsoever. The fact that I was moving overseas made no difference for Portico to speed up the process. I encourage you to keep this in mind if you do not know the person replacing you very well as you can expect no help from Portico. Portico has also asked the new tenant to pay their share of the deposit and a months rent, well in advance of the 30th Jan, even though we have asked to manage this internally. This means that my replacement has paid the deposit to Portico and that they have also had the pleasure of holding on to my deposit for nearly 2 months since I moved out. I have spent a month trying to chase the agency from Sweden to make sure they are actually trying to make the replacement happen and pay me my deposit back and I am EXHAUSTED. I am so tired of our case changing handling administrator every week, trying to call and pin down a new person every week who never answers me, leaving voicemails that no one answers, and sending e-mails where I am forced to CC in the property owner hoping someone from Portico replies (apparently a service element is added if you are the letter of the property). All of this while waiting overseas for a substantial amount of money that I am yet to see and frankly concerned that I never might. Our frustration over the lack of ownership of the case and service has been communicated through email from myself, the remaining tenants, the replacement tenant as well as the landlord (we happen to have a good relationship with him as we have had to/preferred to deal with him directly rather than going through Portico whenever possible) on several occasions but this has made no difference. What should be a simple procedure of replacing a name on a contract has turned out to be a stressful and anxious scenario for paying customer and, from what it seems, rocket science for Portico. This is not OK Portico – you can at least pretend to make an effort. It is outrageous that you actually charge people money for the service you fail to provide. I would strongly advise anyone considering to let or rent with Portico to AVOID IT ALL COSTS. Unless you don’t mind paying for being treated like absolute dirt.

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