Welcome to our estate agency office in Cranleigh. We specialise in residenital properties for sale in Cranleigh and the surrounding villages with properties for sale throughout GU6 and beyond.
I began my career in estate agency in the early 1980’s, 23 years of which have been with Burns & Webber and our sister company, Curchods. I have worked in various towns and villages across Surrey which has provided me with wealth of knowledge and experience over a broad marketplace. I pride myself on excellent local knowledge and outstanding customer service, looking to build honest, professional relationships with my clients based on trust and expertise. I moved to the area with my family in 2007 and settled in Alfold - and we have never looked back. Having the opportunity to live and work locally, in such a wonderful area, I count myself a lucky man! I truly understand and love the lifestyle this area offers, from the charming village community to the beautiful surrounding countryside. My wife works within the village at Glebelands School and my children are now at college and working within the area.
Just a quick note to highlight how professional all your staff are at Burns & Webber Cranleigh. In particular I cannot praise Joshua Rourke who handled the sale of our property, enough. He kept us fully informed all the way through and was always totally honest with us. He is a real asset to Burns & Webber.
Josh and Clive were extremely approachable, friendly, maintained professional standards at all times and provided excellent communication throughout. An efficient service, above and beyond. Many thanks.
I chose Burns & Webber because I liked their straight forward attitude. The team kept me informed and advised me whenever necessary. I found this very reassuring and would not hesitate to recommend Burns & Webber
Cranleigh House 32 High Street, Cranleigh, Surrey, GU6 8AE
Monday to Friday - 8.30am to 6.00pm
Saturday - 9.00am to 5.00pm
Equity release is a method of releasing funds from your main residence to use in any way you choose.
Given the substantial increase in property values over the last 2 to 3 decades, we see a vast number of clients who have significant equity in their homes, but suffer from a reduced income due to increased life expectancy and smaller annual pensions. This sector is one of the fastest growing areas within the financial services arena.
Another key spin off that we are seeing a lot more of, is clients releasing equity to help their children or grandchildren with a deposit for their first home. This also has the potential of reducing and even eliminating an inheritance tax... read more
We know how to find the right buyer for your property.
Burns & Webber are part of Curchods, which makes us Surrey’s largest independent estate agent. By using our extensive reach throughout the county, we are able to attract the right buyers and achieve a property sale every 90 minutes!^
High demand from buyers and all time low mortgage interest rates, are helping us to achieve some exceptional prices. If you are thinking of selling or letting, please call your local office to book a FREE market appraisal of your home.
Want to know how much your home is worth?
Try our instant online valuation estimator.... read more
We are now fast approaching the second phase of the Government’s crackdown on private Buy-to-Let landlords, with the restriction on the lucrative tax relief claimed on rental properties. The first, being the rise in Stamp Duty for 2nd home and investment purchases which came into effect following last spring’s budget. This had the desired effect of slowing down the stampede and probably stopping many cautious or first time investment purchasers, but many seasoned and canny buyers realised that the long term forecast for the housing market, especially in the south east, is likely to continue its upward trend and whilst the additional costs are a burden, the capital growth is the prize.... read more
It’s no secret that buying or selling a home is the biggest investment we typically make in our lifetime. So, when the time comes to sell we naturally want to make sure we get the best possible price. However, by listing your property at an inflated price, you could actually end up losing money, as well as a considerable amount of precious time in the process.
Take the recent example by consumer watchdog Which? highlighting a seller who placed their property on the market after obtaining valuations, ranging from £480,000 to... read more
Last week it was announced that two of the property industry’s professional bodies, the Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA) and the National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA), who have represented the professional property sector for over fifty years, are changing their focus from industry facing licensing to consumer protection.