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Eddisonwhite Our service is based on understanding you, your needs and realising that all homes are individual. We simply want to achieve the best for our clients, while providing a level of professionalism that exceeds your expectations. Whether you wish to sell, let or rent a property in the Merton area and beyond, we're here to help from any of our three stylish branches in Wimbledon, Colliers Wood and Morden.

Check out our website to see the properties available, the services we offer and testimonials from clients that felt we offered a refreshingly different approach.
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read more › Throughout the rise of increasingly faceless and impersonal estate agency chains, we're proud to say we've remained resolutely independent. With the Directors working on the front line, we provide a wealth of experience, expertise, unrivalled local knowledge and truly 'hands on' service. We're the local specialists, owned and managed by our founder, Richard Eddison - and no one knows the area better. Born and raised in Wimbledon Village, he's specialised in the residential property of Wimbledon and Colliers Wood for nearly 30 years.

read more › When looking for property, its almost impossible nowadays for anyone to buy, sell, let or rent without using the internet. As you would expect we utilise the worldwide power of the portals by marketing all our properties on the UK's largest portal Rightmove with circa 20 million visits per week, as well as Zoopla, OneDome and on our own website which has approximately 4000 unique visitors per month, in addition to using other forms of mainstream property marketing. We've sold thousands of properties in our patch, many several times over and this local market expertise enables us to have insights about the properties and any nuances which can bring price differences, along with accurate data on prices actually achieved and the specific requirements from purchasers or applicants.

read more › About me: I was born in Wimbledon Village, and have lived and worked in the SW19 area for over 30 years. I started out as a negotiator in 1989, working for corporate estate agencies in Battersea, Earlsfield and Balham. Moving to Wimbledon as Branch Manager in 1994, I rose to be the top sales director at a well-known agency. Along with the experience and understanding of the local market, I am a member of ARLA and the NAEA. I opened eddisonwhite in 2004 with a Wimbledon branch in 2011 and a new Morden branch opening in early 2020.

read more › As an accredited leading independent estate agency for the past 17 years, we pride ourselves in building long term relationships not only with vendors and tenants but also importantly the people we recruit. We focus on employing local people who have a vested interest in the area they work and live in which pays dividends not only for us but in the level of passion and commitment shown in our service to the customer.

read more › As we all know, word of mouth and what our clients have to say about us is far more important than anything we can say about ourselves. Here we share some of their comments with you. I recently just completed on my first property as a first time buyer and Emma Brundle was helpful throughout the process. She explained it to me from start ti finish and helped unblock issus that cropped up along the way. I have had the pleasure of dealing with Eddison White twice in the past 3 years to sell and buy properties, so I am able to compare this agency with others.

read more › Choose eddisonwhite not just for our expertise in valuing your home but for the added value and we bring to the process of selling or letting it. With extensive experience, knowledge and both selling and letting successes under our belts, we know that securing an offer is only the start of the process and where our tenacity and negotiation skills come into their element to overcome any possible challenges.

read more › Short of finding yourself in the Richard Branson league, buying your own tropical island, selling a home is probably the biggest financial transaction you'll ever undertake. That's why it's vital to choose the right estate agent. The last thing you need is someone who's blas about the whole process. At eddisonwhite, we never forget you don't do this every day. You want someone who's going to find you the right buyer at the right price, all with a minimum of fuss. That's us - and on top of that we'll do everything we can to reassure you, during what can be a drawn out and emotional process.

read more › Buying a home is like running round Wimbledon Common. There may be times when you wonder why you're doing it, but nothing beats the feeling of achievement when you're done. And with the right estate agent at your side, you can at least keep the stress to a minimum. Flat or house? Characterful or spanking new? You may already know exactly what you're looking for. The best piece of advice we can give you is not to limit yourself initially. That place you don't think would suit you could turn out to be the home of your dreams, so be prepared to start searching wide, then narrow it down.

read more › A property's like any other investment. You could spend every spare moment keeping an eye on it yourself - but who wants to do that? At eddisonwhite, we're proud of our reputation among the landlords of south-west London. It's thanks to our full Management Service, which means we're currently looking after an extensive portfolio of large houses, small apartments and everything in between. Our service means whatever happens, whenever, we're there to take care of it on your behalf. We have a band of trusted suppliers who look after our clients' properties as if they were their own.

read more › You've found the area that suits you. All you need now is the right place to rent, at the right price. And whether you see yourself staying there for months or years, you want it to feel like home. That's where we come in. At eddisonwhite, we make a point of taking time with you before you begin your search, so we understand exactly what you're looking for. Around here, we know the rental market inside out, so we're well placed to find you the best property for your budget. If you're a first-time tenant, you can rest easy; from securing your deposit to knowing your legal rights, renting can be a complicated business.

read more › Letting agents provide a variety of services that can make life easier for landlords. The degree of service a letting agent provides will command a different price, which is usually a percentage of the rent based on the percentage of the term. Letting agents can help market the property, vet any prospective tenants, collect rent (and chase it if it is not paid on time) and can also fully manage the property, including dealing with any emergency repairs.

read more › A Tenancy Deposit is money held by an agent acting on the landlord's behalf, as security during the period of the tenancy and reserved for any damages or defaults by the tenant. A Holding Deposit (one weeks rent) is a payment made by a tenant to an agent acting on the landlord's behalf to reserve that property. This is to reserve a property. Please Note: This will be withheld if any relevant person (including any guarantor(s)) withdraw from the tenancy, fail a Right-to-Rent check, provide materially significant false or misleading information, or fail to sign their tenancy agreement (and / or Deed of Guarantee) within 15 calendar days (or other Deadline for Agreement as mutually agreed in writing).

read more › Appointing a managing agent to help manage your investment has many benefits. A full property management service will leave us to deal with all matters that arise. Our goal is to relieve landlords of any potential stress and afford you the peace of mind which comes with the knowledge that the property is in safe hands.

read more › Colliers Wood shares the SW19 postcode with Wimbledon. This up-and-coming area, one of south-west London's best kept secrets, is currently undergoing an exciting period of transformation. With its mix of traditional and modern residential properties, it offers more for your money than its affluent neighbour. No wonder it's rapidly becoming a go-to destination for families and young professionals alike. Take your pick from the Istanbul Meze Mangal for the tastiest delights of Turkish cooking, or keep the whole family happy at Corleone Pizza, Canedo or if Japanese is more your thing then book a table at Rockstar Sushi Bar.

read more › Tooting has come on in leaps and bounds in recent years. It's a popular residential destination for young professionals and families looking for a real community feel and more space in a vibrant ar-ea. And with a choice of two tube stations plus rail and bus networks, City commuters love the easy journey to work. Tooting is famed for its 'curry corridor', where you can enjoy cuisine from almost every country in South Asia. But if the fancy takes you something more homely, there's also a branch of Chicken Shop on the high street, run by the people behind the exclusive Soho House.

read more › Mitcham is a popular district of south London in the London Borough of Merton. It's centred just over seven miles (11.5 km) south-west of Charing Cross. Regarded as a suburb, it's on the border be-tween Inner London and Outer London, and was historically in the county of Surrey. Often sub divided into Mitcham Town Centre and Mitcham Common it's well developed both residentially and commercially, with good connections via train, bus and tram. Locals know there are culinary gems to be found here when you know where to look.

read more › Morden is a district in the London Borough of Merton. It is located approximately 8 miles (13 km) South-southwest of central London between Merton Park and Wimbledon (to the north), Mitcham (to the east), Sutton (to the south) and Worcester Park (to the west). A mix of independent restaurants, cafes, fast food and coffee shops dominate Morden Town Centre which offer eat-in or takeaway at good value prices. Human activity in Morden dates back to the Iron age period when Celtic tribes are known to have occupied areas around Wimbledon, but the first significant development in Morden was the construction of the Roman road called Stane Street from Chichester to London.

read more › If you are a managed property tenant and have a general maintenance issue, this is to be reported via the main menu tab - Report a Repair. Any water ingress into your property from a property above, you should make contact with those owners/occupant(s) immediately as it will be their responsibility to resolve. Advise us of any damage caused to your property via Report a Repair. For out of hours extreme emergencies only, please contact these eddisonwhite sub contractors below. No other contractors or charges are approved.

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