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Squires Estates in North London has 20 years’ experience and so much to offer

With offices in Finchley, Hendon and Mill Hill, the practice has north London covered

Louisa Walters is Features Editor at the Jewish News and specialises in food and travel writing

Celebrating its 20th birthday this year, Squires Estates is proud, and rightly so. Because the average price they have achieved compared to asking price is above the average for local estate agents.

Squires Estates, with branches in Finchley, Hendon and Mill Hill, was set up by Adam Redhouse and Edward Kay in 2004 and is a firm that is highly trusted by customers. It has grown to three branches, with an entire office dedicated to lettings and management administration, and it is at the heart of the community.  If you’re selling or renting out a property in north west London you really need look no further. Branch manager Yitzchok Julius Nussbaum tells us more.

What are the biggest changes you’ve experienced over two decades?
In the early days we had to fight for everything but now instructions come to us, although growth has really stagnated since 2016. We’ve kept up well with all the new technology that is available for the industry and the availability of data for buyers and sellers is one of the biggest advancements of all. We still have to battle with slow solicitors though!

What price range is the most buoyant right now in sales?
£600k to £700k

How do you help first-time buyers through the process?
It’s about helping them understand the process and giving them honest answers every step of the way.

What are your top tips for vendors getting a house ready to sell?
De-clutter and freshen it up where possible.

What three things buyers should take note of when looking round a house?
Can you see yourself living there? Can you make it work for you if there are things that aren’t quite right for you? What do the neighbours’ houses look like?

What does ‘mortgage in principle’ mean?
Based on your deposit and what you earn, plus various other factors, a lender will be willing to lend you, in principle, a certain amount of money. You can get this in writing through the lender or a mortgage broker and this is called an Agreement In Principle (AIP).

What does your management service offer for landlords?
We have three full-time property managers. Full management includes various costs which are extra when using our let-only service. We carry out inspections of all managed properties.

What do you have lined up in terms of ‘supporting the community’ over the next few months?
We are sponsoring St Paul’s Primary School in Mill Hill and the Maccabi Fun Run.

How important is the front door when selling a home?
First impressions count for everything but front doors aren’t cheap so consider whether your money can be better spent elsewhere.


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