Sell your house in Woking without the High Street Estate Agent Fees

Sell for just £895 and pay nothing upfront.
For London & inner M25 this package is £995


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Clive Gregory

Woking Local Estate Agent
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Independent research shows that Emoov achieves the highest sale price for your home*


*Data provided by TwentyEA shows that of the top 30 national estate agents that operate at Emoov’s price point, Emoov achieves a higher sale price.

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You could save thousands by paying a fixed fee of £895, rather than a commission
based on your sale price. In London & inner M25 the low fixed fee is £995.

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Reasons to love Woking

Estate Agents in Woking

Browsing for your local Estate Agent in Woking? Emoov can sell your property. Woking, a large town and civil parish in Surrey, is part of the London commuter belt and has a population of roughly 63,000.

Culture in Woking

Woking Youth Arts Centre is a fantastic place for children of all ages to get involved in dance, drama, music and performance. Woking also has an annual drama festival, while The Lightbox – an exciting, innovative venue – showcases community arts events, a museum and professional, touring exhibitions. Ambassadors in Woking has six cinema screens, the 1300-seat New Victoria Theatre and the 230-seat Rhoda McGaw Theatre. In other words, Woking is overloaded with venues and initiatives to cater to all age groups.

Things to do in Woking

The recently renovated Woking Leisure Centre is perfect for kids and adults alike, as is Pool in the Park. There are plenty of parks and recreation grounds for keen runners, walkers and cyclists to take advantage of. In addition, the countryside surrounding Woking is a wonderful mixture of open heathland, woodland and waterside habitats, with atmospheric country pubs dotted around. Mr Mulligans Pirate Golf is a great family day out, while the town centre has a good mix of high-street shops and independent specialist stores. Café Class, providing Italian-style tapas at great value prices, is a local favourite, although eager foodies also have a wide range of Italian, Japanese, Chinese and Indian restaurants to work through, as well as bustling cafés and gastropubs.

Student Life in Woking

Thanks to its excellent transport links (approximately 25 minutes to London Waterloo), students at the capital’s many universities could easily use Woking as a place to live – with the advantage of more affordable rents! The University of Surrey, Kingston University and Royal Holloway have the nearest campuses. Those studying at these establishments will be attracted by the green space, cultural opportunities and local amenities provided by the town.

Buying in Woking

Woking’s handy location – pretty much halfway between the South Downs on the one hand, and the buzzing night-life and attractions of London on the other – makes it an ideal location for city workers searching for a little bit more peace and quiet in a place that isn’t completely off the beaten track. It’s not merely popular among commuters, however, families and young professionals are increasingly being drawn here, too. Given everything the town has going for it, it definitely represents a sound investment choice.

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