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OUR TENANT FIND SERVICE IS :  Only for £99 and

FULLY MANAGED SERVICE: Free for first 3 months and thereafter 3% of the rent. We’ll save you £1000s.

Recommend a friend and BOTH get £50.

For more information, please contact us.



  • We’ll save you £1000’s from unnecessary fee and charges.
  • We will never make you sign any binding contract.
  • We’ll advertise your property on Rightmove, Zoopla, Primelocation, Globrix and more.
  • We also utilise Social Media to market your property, like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Instagram and more.
  • Not only will we advise you on the best deal for you, you’ll get expert support throughout the sale process from your dedicated agent & the manager.

 That’s why we are fastest growing Hybrid Estate Agency – more than any other Agent!

Whether you are buying, selling or renting a house, our agents are on hand to ensure the experience goes as smoothly as possible.

Offering a new and revolutionary concept in estate agency, we are able to deliver a fully personalised estate agency service at a fraction of the cost of most other high street agents or online concepts.

With national coverage, local expertise and selling fees from just £325 +VAT or pay 0.69% of the sale (no sale no fees) and no binding contract, we offer a high-quality service that costs you less and gives you more. Our lines are open 24/7, so you’ll never miss a potential buyer.

 Free accurate valuations

The value of your home will determine how quickly it sells and how much it sells for – so it’s important to get it right!

Our valuation takes into account local market trends, location, property type, size, condition, unique features & all the local benefits.

Maximum online coverage

In addition to our website, your property will be promoted on ALL the major property portals like Rightmove, Zoopla, Primelocation, Globrix and more.

The majority of agents use one or two of these portals. We give your property the maximum exposure on the Internet to achieve the best results to sell or let your house faster.

Social Media

Open HouseTorbay utilise Social Media as another means of generating interest in the properties we market Facebook and Twitter are powerful tools when used correctly and our agents are trained in the art of Social Media. Log on and follow us to see how proactive we are.

Expert advice

It takes skill and expertise to negotiate a sale successfully through to completion and still achieve the best possible price.Through training and experience, we offer expert advice on both the selling process and your legal obligations as a homeowner.

Lines open 24/7

Our telephone lines are also open 24/7, meaning that our customers can contact us when it’s convenient for them and ensures that you never miss out on any potential buyer – even if they’re searching at 3 am!


It’s official. With the Bank of England Base Rate remaining at its lowest point since 1971, banks and building societies have set their interest rates at their lowest since records began in 2007, despite predictions last year that they would increase at the turn of 2016.

How much have they fallen by?

It’s important to remember that the Bank of England Base Rate, which is the rate that banks and building societies use when calculating their own interest rates, still remains at 0.5%.

However, it is the bank and building society rates that have fallen, with the average one dropping by 0.05% to their lowest ever levels.

Why have they fallen?

In short, uncertainty. The current tumultuous global financial markets and the upcoming EU referendum mean that confidence within the UK has stumbled. To increase rates now would be a dangerous move by the Bank of England as nobody really knows to what extent the result of the referendum will have on the economy.

With the market hesitant, Bank of England governor, Mark Carney, announced a couple of weeks ago that the Bank could actually cut interest rates to zero as it looks to boost to the amount of spending in the UK.

Won’t making interest rates lower cause people to stop spending?

If the Bank and the Monetary Policy Committee do decide to cut rates once again, it should only be a temporary measure whilst the wave of uncertainty disappears.

After the result of the EU referendum has taken its toll and the markets have calmed, it is expected that rates will slowly begin to rise again. The aftermath of the referendum will take a while to take hold so this could be around this time in 2017 that this happens.

Because of this, now could be the time to look at remortgaging or getting on the property ladder before rates do rise.

For further information contact Open House Torbay on 01803 659 000, or visit:


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