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Are you looking for an estate agent in Kent?

 

eSale the low cost fixed fee online estate agents in Kent, sell your house for just £595 including VAT.

eSale are setting new standards for estate agents. With our low fees, our all inclusive packages and our no nonsense approach to selling property, its easy to see why many home owners are choosing us to sell their property. Take a look at our packages and prices to see how much you could save.

Our online estate agency service includes everything you need to sell your house, from professional photographs and floor plans to comprehensive advertising on all the major property websites, including Rightmove, Prime Location and Zoopla.

Whether you live in Dartford, Sevenoaks, Maidstone, Ashford, or Canterbury esale can cover the whole county and will get your house on the market sooner and save you money.

Ask us for a free online property valuation here for your house or flat and receive a personalised appraisal and suggested marketing price by email.

eSale are a fully accredited estate agent, registered with the Property Ombudsman, selling and advertising homes on all of the UK’s major property websites.

LET’S MOVE TO …. KENT

Unless you already live there, to most of us, Kent is synonymous with the M2 or M20 and the Channel ports, white cliffs and Vera Lynn and, possibly, childhood seaside holidays in Margate.

It’s England’s welcoming county – the first bit of the country travellers see as the head north from Dover or Folkestone by car or by train. Between the deep embankments carved through the foothills of the Kent Downs, many will get a glimpse of green fields, woodland and copses which are so quintessentially English they’ve appeared on countless biscuit tins, place mats and jigsaws.

But seeing is one thing. Living is something entirely different.

Of course, it’s proximity to London and the channel ports makes Kent a popular choice among the affluent. Sevenoaks, Tonbridge and Royal Tunbridge Wells need little introduction. However, although a little larger, Ashford and Maidstone still offer family-sized property at prices which are comparable with York or Oxford and perhaps at better prices than other desirable parts of the UK such as Bath.

Of course, there is a premium to pay for regular public transport links heading north and south, the proximity of the motorways and of Gatwick Airport – but Kent isn’t just about convenience. Steeped in history dating back to Roman times, it also has many fascinating stories to tell. Spitfires and Hurricanes fought off the Luftwaffe in the skies over the county in the early 1940s while the Normans’ failure to defeat the indigenous folk after the Battle of Hastings was the inspiration for Kent’s motto “Invicta” – Latin for “undefeated”. The Peasants Revolt against Queen Mary has its roots in the county and battles have been fought against the French and the Dutch along the banks of the Thames Estuary.

Buy a house in Kent and you will probably find it’s a sound financial investment. The property market in one of the UK’s most popular corners is unlikely to see any great downward fluctuation – particularly if the cost of homes in the capital continue to spiral at such a dramatic rate.

However, not only are you buying a home; you’re also buying a tiny part of a land where Romans once marched, armies were mustered before sailing for wars with France and “the Few” defied the might of Hitler’s Germany.

Unless you already live there, to most of us, Kent is synonymous with the M2 or M20 and the Channel ports, white cliffs and Vera Lynn and, possibly, childhood seaside holidays in Margate.

It’s England’s welcoming county – the first bit of the country travellers see as the head north from Dover or Folkestone by car or by train. Between the deep embankments carved through the foothills of the Kent Downs, many will get a glimpse of green fields, woodland and copses which are so quintessentially English they’ve appeared on countless biscuit tins, place mats and jigsaws.

But seeing is one thing. Living is something entirely different.

Of course, it’s proximity to London and the channel ports makes Kent a popular choice among the affluent. Sevenoaks, Tonbridge and Royal Tunbridge Wells need little introduction. However, although a little larger, Ashford and Maidstone still offer family-sized property at prices which are comparable with York or Oxford and perhaps at better prices than other desirable parts of the UK such as Bath.

Of course, there is a premium to pay for regular public transport links heading north and south, the proximity of the motorways and of Gatwick Airport – but Kent isn’t just about convenience. Steeped in history dating back to Roman times, it also has many fascinating stories to tell. Spitfires and Hurricanes fought off the Luftwaffe in the skies over the county in the early 1940s while the Normans’ failure to defeat the indigenous folk after the Battle of Hastings was the inspiration for Kent’s motto “Invicta” – Latin for “undefeated”. The Peasants Revolt against Queen Mary has its roots in the county and battles have been fought against the French and the Dutch along the banks of the Thames Estuary.

Buy a house in Kent and you will probably find it’s a sound financial investment. The property market in one of the UK’s most popular corners is unlikely to see any great downward fluctuation – particularly if the cost of homes in the capital continue to spiral at such a dramatic rate.

However, not only are you buying a home; you’re also buying a tiny part of a land where Romans once marched, armies were mustered before sailing for wars with France and “the Few” defied the might of Hitler’s Germany.

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