Getting in touch with Pygott & Crone is easy – there are several methods of contacting us and we are always happy to assist you. Depending on your enquiry we will help you to determine the best way of contacting us so that our staff can assist you quickly and efficiently.
If your enquiry is in relation to a property, it’s best to use the enquiry form that is found on each property page – that way we will receive an email with all the details on. Or if you’d prefer to phone us, then the best phone number to use is also displayed on the property page.
If you’d like to meet us in person at one of our High Street branches (subject to current Covid restrictions) then you can find your nearest branch, and its opening hours, on this page. The branch page also contains a list of staff members and telephone numbers, so if you are looking to speak to a particular person you can find the best phone number for them from there.
We have a live help system which answers the most frequently asked questions, and you can also chat live to a member of staff who will be pleased to assist further – look for the Live Help icon at the bottom right corner of your screen.
While rising house prices have led many younger people to rent for longer before buying their first home, tenants aged over 35 are the fastest growing group.
With the cap on energy prices set to rise again this autumn and early next year, the cost-of-living crisis isn’t over yet.
Letting a home to the holiday market can be lucrative, especially in popular staycation destinations.
In our experience, choosing an appropriate asking price can make the difference between your home achieving a fast sale and being left on the shelf, but getting this process right requires careful consideration and a deep understanding of local and national markets.
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