As one of the most trusted agents in the UK, as listed on Trustpilot, we are excited to be introducing our services to the area and building on the great local awareness and knowledge our experienced team bring with them.
Understanding the local community is important for any agent, and whilst we might be new to the area, we have been actively selling and letting within Yateley and the surrounding areas for some time, and have brought in some experienced local agents to assist in understanding the local market effectively.
Our Yateley Estate Agency Team
With a wide range of property types in Yateley and the surrounding villages, local area knowledge is required to better understand the requirements to sell and rent these properties and provide a service beyond expectation.
Gavin Fouracre, Branch Manager
Gavin began his estate agency career in Weybridge in 1988, soon after leaving school. In the 30 years that followed, he secured career-climbing roles in London and Hampshire before joining Mackenzie Smith in 2017. Such hands-on experience in a range of different positions in the industry has turned Gavin into somewhat of a perfectionist, and he prides himself on picking up on the intricate details that his peers may miss.
Away from managing Mackenzie Smith’s Yateley branch, Gavin likes to keep active. He takes part in several marathons throughout the year and can often be seen out training in the local countryside.
Gavin Fry, Senior Client Manager
From an office manager to working in construction, Gavin tried it all when he was young. It took his own home buying experience, however, to realise that a career in property could be for him. Thankfully, some of the skills Gavin had acquired in former roles turned out to be perfect for the property industry, and he’s now been helping people buy and let property for over 5 years. His outgoing nature, attention to detail and knowledge of the market have long made him a firm customer favourite.
Gavin’s main interests outside of work lie in music. He DJs and plays the guitar in his spare time, with 60s Mod culture often influencing his tastes.
Paul Phelan, Senior Client Manager
Paul is a highly experienced property professional, having worked within the industry across a range of local towns and villages; Yateley, Camberley, Fleet, Farnborough, Hartley Wintney and Odiham, over the last 30 years. Paul offers exceptional local knowledge; combined with his professional background he also lives in Frimley where his sons went to school, this helps Paul to come up with valuations that take into account community assets as well as a property’s design and footprint. Day-to-day, Paul likes the people side of the property industry, meeting and helping clients from all backgrounds.
If he’s not at his desk or out and about with clients, chances are Paul will have found some coffee and cake, combatted with his love for cycling and table tennis, he’s even a qualified table tennis coach!
Yateley offers a variety of conveniences, from good local schools, public houses, local amenities and a variety of sporting clubs. The town is also well connected with direct links to London, Reading, Aldershot and Guildford, with nearby Camberley offering rail services to London. The Green, centrally located within Yateley, offers a large open Greenland with a play area and is well regarded locally.
Yateley is a suburban town and civil parish in Hampshire. It lies in the north eastern corner of Hart District and includes the settlements of Frogmore and Darby Green. In 2011 Hart district was named the UK’s most desirable place to live, and Yateley was rated one of the most attractive postcode areas to live in England.
There are excellent schools, good local public houses, a supermarket and Yateley Cricket and Hockey Club is situated adjacent to the Blackwater Valley golf course, off Chandlers Lane.
What brings buyers to Yateley?
Yateley attracts a variety of people who want to live in the village, from those who seek the convenience of its location in relation to the both the major road networks, to young families who require the benefits of the local schooling being right on their doorstep, through to the more mature who have require the need to have a wide range of facilities and entertainment close to the High Street.
For further information about Yateley and the surrounding area, or to enquire about property for sale or to rent in Yateley please contact the local office: Yateley Office 01252 597900 or firstname.lastname@example.org, Lettings 01252 514000 or email@example.com.