Greenwich Felicity J Lord

If you are looking to buy or sell a property in the historic area of Greenwich, Felicity J Lord estate agents are here to help.

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Felicity J Lord estate agents Greenwich are part of the UK’s largest independent estate agents. If you’re looking to buy a property, we will help you find your dream home. And if you’re looking to sell, we will help you to get the best price for your property.

Greenwich has a fascinating history and unrivalled place in English history. Located on the banks of the Thames, it is home to the Old Royal Naval College, the Cutty Sark, the National Maritime Museum and the Royal Observatory – and much more.

The DLR and Jubilee line from North Greenwich will get you into Canary Wharf and Central London in minutes. There are also Thameslink and overground train services from various stations. As a result, the area is popular with City and Canary Wharf workers. North Greenwich is full of new residential developments, as is Deptford, although there are some fine period properties to be had too, including Victorian terraces.

So, whether you want to live near a station, market or stunning iconic buildings, the team at Felicity J Lord Greenwich will help you to find your ideal property.

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News from the branch

Greenwich Felicity J Lord wins top award two years in a row at the 2017 & 2018 Spicerhaart Annual Conferences. Felicity J Lord in Greenwich were big winners at the 2017 Spicerhaart Annual Conference, where they won the Top Office on Profit award, making them the best performing Felicity J. Lord Office, this was replicated at the 2018 awards meaning the branch were top for two years in a row.

Government announces five-week cap on rental deposits- but Felicity J Lord goes one better. The government has recently confirmed that it will cut the maximum deposit for rentals of less than £50,000 to five weeks, down from six weeks. According to the National Landlords Association and the Residential Landlords Association, the reduction could force landlords out of the market. However, Felicity J Lord partnered with flatfair earlier this year to launch a solution which protects both tenants and landlords in equal measure.