Gillingham Estate Agent

Gillingham Area Guide

Gillingham is most famous for it’s long history with the Royal Engineers and also Gillingham Football Club. It’s traditional high street provides plenty of shops, bars and restaurants. To one end is Chatham High Speed Train Station which enables residents from the local area to commute into London on multiple lines and also the coast.

Gillingham is also home to the Medway campus of the University of Greenwich along with many other primary and secondary schools in the local area.

In recent years, the Black Lion leisure centre was refurbished for use during the 2012 London Olympics and boasts state of the art facilities.

Medway Maritime Hospital is located in Gillingham, the largest hospital for many miles.


Why choose me to sell your Gillingham property?

My aim is to make your moving experience as smooth as possible as your Independent Gillingham Estate Agents, to make sure any of that anxiety, nervousness and worry about the whole process is eliminated right from the outset. Giving you a brilliant reason to recommend me for the rest of your life to friends and family. View my sold gallery here.

As the business owner, I am not paid a salary. My income relies upon the successful sale of your property. For that reason, I have to give honest and professional advice from our first meeting and you won’t find another agent in Gillingham with the passion, integrity and drive I have to sell your property.

As part of the eXp global network I connect you with over 300 other business owners in the eXp UK market place and across 18 countries worldwide.

My policy is to deliver quality over quantity with service and marketing. With me you aren’t just a number. Your property and moving experience will be at the forefront of my mind and with this comes a brilliant 1-1 service, keeping you updated with progress every step of the way whilst getting you moved.

I am a member of NAEA Propertymark. A membership for property professionals. Which means I meet higher industry standards than the law demands for estate agents. I undertake regular training to ensure I am at the forefront of developments in the industry and to deliver a brilliant moving experience to my customers.

I am also a member of The Property Ombudsman (TPO) which demonstrates commitment to Property Professional Standards, regulated by the TPO codes and redress service.

To know your in good hands with my estate agency will be a huge weight off your shoulders.

I’d love to be part of your journey; in offering you expert advice from great experience and guiding you through the selling or buying process every step of the way all with outstanding service.

You won’t be passed from the valuations team, to the sales team, to the viewings team, to the progress team. You deal with me, the business owner, from start to finish. A qualified property professional and your appointed representative. Even accompanied viewings are carried out by me. All calls are answered by me. Your homes in safe hands. Get started today with a free valuation.

Estate Agency is not always easy, when selling a clients property I am trusted with handling someone’s biggest tax free asset and stressful situations can arise, but I see it as my job as the agent to reduce the stress for those involved, deliver solutions and give a personal service and helpful advice. There’s also the not so brilliant perception Estate Agents have in the UK. My aim is to positively change the perception Gillingham Estate Agents have by going the extra mile. To find out more about my services, how I could help you sell and achieve the best price for your property through my marketing click here.

Book a free property valuation by calling me on 07557783325 or by simply entering your details into my contact form.

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What makes me different to every other Gillingham estate agent?

I’m passionate about personal service and the highest level of integrity.

With just over a decade in the property industry I’ve decided to branch out on my own to take full responsibility for every decision made, enabling me to deliver a truly bespoke service.

For my sellers in Gillingham I have the experience and skill to accurately value your property. We’ll work collaboratively on a tailored marketing strategy to suit your individual family home and future plans.

Gillingham Property Market

Properties in Gillingham had an overall average price of £299,521 over the last year.

The majority of sales in Gillingham during the last year were terraced properties, selling for an average price of £268,753. Semi-detached properties sold for an average of £332,606, with flats fetching £177,181.

Overall, sold prices in Gillingham over the last year were similar to the previous year and 15% up on the 2019 peak of £261,360.

Average House Prices in Gillingham

Detached house: £465,211

Semi-detached house: £322,606

Terraced house: £268,753

Flats: £177,181

Top 5 Most Expensive Homes Sold in Gillingham over the last 12 months

9, Little York Meadows, Gillingham Kent, ME7 – £850,000

10, Lavenda Close, Gillingham Kent, ME7 – £795,000

3, Banksview Drive, Gillingham Kent, ME7 – £770,000

7, Landor Court, Gillingham Kent, ME7 – £750,000

483, Capstone Road, Gillingham Kent, ME7 – £739,000

(Figures supplied by Rightmove & Zoopla | December 2022)


9 Staging Secrets to Get Your Gillingham Property Sold

Any good Gillingham Estate Agents will tell you that staging your house for sale can make a huge difference to the offer you receive and the length of time it sits on the market. In fact the latest statistics suggest a staged home will sell on average 25% quicker than one that hasn’t been.

So, here are 9 staging secrets to get your Gillingham home sold:


When you say declutter to someone the first thing that springs to mind is clearing out wardrobes or kitchen cupboards. But have you ever thought of decluttering your furniture? A professional stager actually removes half a homeowner’s furniture to make a house look bigger. So have a look around and see what you can throw out, pack away or pop into storage for a few months.


A common staging misconception is that pushing your furniture up against a wall instantly makes the room look bigger. However, the truth is, to make your room look bigger and more inviting then it’s best to float your furniture in each room away from the walls. Just remember to make sure that your furnishings are placed where traffic can still flow through the room.


Get rid of that spare room that has only ever collected boxes or other junk and turn it into something functional. Make it into an extra bedroom, a home office or reading room. Buyers want to see themselves living in the property and this helps them to do that.


Great lighting is a must when you’re staging your home for sale. You can flood a room with natural light if you put mirrors on the walls opposite light sources. Also, make sure you include table lamps and floor lights in your rooms as that creates ambient lighting. Never use the light in the middle of your room as your main source of light as it won’t show your room off to its best.


If you’ve a bright pink room or have invested in wallpaper that has a unique pattern then a fresh lick of paint can go a long way. Off-white, creams and neutral soft greys can transform your home into a modern fresh canvas for a potential buyer. If you do want to be a bit bold then please make sure it’s only on a feature wall.


Fancy flowers and floral arrangements can be pricey but you can get the same effect with a simple bunch of flowers from the supermarket or by picking some flowers from your garden. Just keep the arrangement simple and throw in a little bit of colour. Flowers can instantly bright up a room.


Give your kitchen an instant facelift by painting cabinet doors or drawers or by vinyl wrapping them. It’s a cost effective solution and the results can be incredible. Also, tackle your bathroom by freshening up the grouting or sealant for quick results.


Unfinished home repairs can really put off potential home buyers. If you need to touch up the paintwork on a chipped banister or replace a wonky door handle then please do it. Don’t give a buyer ammunition to negotiate a lower price for your home. So finish those repairs you’ve been meaning to do for years and you’ll reap the rewards.


We’ve saved the best for last because this is the most important tip- clean your house from top to bottom. A dirty house is a massive turn off for potential buyers. Make sure your home is spotless, scrub the kitchen and bathrooms and eliminate any odours- especially if you’ve pets or smoke. If you can afford it then get professional cleaners to come in and blitz the place, as buyers want a nice, fresh welcoming family home they can see themselves building a life in.

So, there we have it, just a few simple, affordable tips that can make a huge difference to the sale of your property in Gillingham.

For more expert property tips and advice click here.

Thinking of selling your property in Gillingham? Get in touch today for a FREE home valuation.

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