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Introducing Our New Marlow Office

We’re very excited to announce the expansion of Bonds into Marlow as we OPEN our second office!


Last week, we signed a contract on our office space at Marlow Place: a stunning recently renovated building in the heart of Marlow, situated just off the High Street on Station Road.


To better service the increased volume of our clients in and around Marlow, we felt it would be beneficial to cement our presence with a physical office location. From here, we will continue to offer our award-winning, modern, yet personal service, within the Buckinghamshire area.

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Capture, share, and collaborate in immersive 3D

We are now offering this fantastic addition to our marketing package - introducing Matterport

Capture, share, and collaborate in immersive 3D - Check out the finished product on the links below:

https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=q8Y3rzqaPJe

https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=Ce6H6CjaGfF

To find our how this product could benefit the sale of your home, call us today - 01491 59853 or email daniel@bondsestateagent.com

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PHIL SPENCER ANNOUNCES TOP AGENTS

Bonds Estate Agent wins award at The ESTAS, the most prestigious awards in the UK property sector

Phil Spencer, who has hosted The ESTAS every year since their inception in 2003 addressed viewers “There’s never been a more appropriate time to highlight and celebrate the importance of customer care as agents strive to do the right thing for their clients whilst protecting their businesses & families.

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WE'RE HIRING

Sales Negotiator – Full Time Maternity Cover

This is a fantastic opportunity to join a fast growing and Award Winning Estate Agent!

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Gardens Move To The Top Of Wishlists For Homebuyers In 2020: Featuring Our Top 3 Picks

On this more ‘unusual’ bank holiday weekend, many people paid tribute to their gardens by raising a glass to their neighbours and sharing their latest quarantine handiwork for National Garden Day, Sunday 10th May, on social media. Late Saturday afternoon, I took to the streets to explore it myself.

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The Life-span Of Virtual Viewings

The Life-span Of Virtual Viewings

Snapshot: Marketing In Lockdown

The good news is that very few properties are being removed from the market. Charlie Bryant, CEO of Zoopla, described these stats as a “silver lining in the cloud we are starting to see” with the number of homes only 1% lower than March 7th 2020. (Coronavirus: The Rise of Virtual Viewings).

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Property Natter: a week in the life of…agents in lockdown!

Lockdown measures are still in place for another two weeks, at least, with the possibility of them being extended beyond that. Which means the new normal is here to stay for a while yet.

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HENLEY LOCKDOWN FESTIVAL

Bring happiness home with Henley Lockdown Fest. Two days of inspiring online entertainment in support of the NHS and Riverside Counselling. The festival is free to attend, with donations welcome.

There’s something for everyone, discover the programme of events....

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KEEP IN TOUCH

Keep in touch and receive our e-flyer! Providing you with local market updates, property trends and the housing market developments as we enter challenging times ahead.

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Working From Home: What this means for Home Buyers and Renters

It’s estimated that three-quarters of Britain’s workforce alternate their employment between days in the office and working from home, according to a study by Lloyds Bank - This is Money.

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COVID-19 UPDATE

Our office in-line with Government guidelines closed on the Monday 23rd March untl further notice. However, staff are continuing to work from home to assist you in the ususal manner over telephone and email. Please see below further details and guidelines of our continued services through these difficult times.

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The Great British Countryside: A Perfect Home In The Heart Of Binfield Heath

Whilst Binfield Heath is known and loved today for its Anglo-Saxon heritage, its rise in popularity began rather unintentionally. Due to the quality of the land which was deemed too infertile for agricultural use, the village predominately functioned as a crossing point for travellers - its two main roads providing crucial through-routes to Shiplake and Henley.