Since opening their Office in 2007, Steve and Ailsa Rowe’s team have dominated the Bloxwich and Walsall lettings area for a number of years. With independent reports on several occasions proving that other agents may put more ‘to let’ boards out, but the Walsall team are still letting more properties and providing rent for their Landlords rather than leaving properties empty, furthermore since being part of the Newton Fallowell Group they have won back to back Lettings Franchise of the year awards (2016 and 2017). This allied with the strong sales team has allowed for Steve and Ailsa to extend and relocate there office to a more prominent High street location.
Staff at the branch pride themselves on their commitment to customer service, focusing on the entire customer ‘journey’ and experience, rather than simply selling or letting houses. As part of this, they adopt a proactive and flexible approach to viewings, including accompanied viewings, out of hours contact, weekend opening hours and the provision of eye-catching property brochures featuring sharp photography and detailed floor plans.
Managing Director Steve Rowe said “despite being part of a much larger network of independently owned and managed estate agents, there is a real feeling of being a small family-run business, and we feel we genuinely care more than your average estate agent. As part of this, we aim to excel at every stage of our customers’ journey and this is extremely important to us.”
The branch is a proud member of the Property Ombudsman.
“I highly recommend the Goodchilds team at High St Bloxwich. They are everything you would expect from a good Estate Agent. I was surprised how quickly they found the right buyers for my property. The team worked well together to take the sale to completion very efficiently and with no fuss.”
Mr Peter Smallwood - Enderley Drive Bloxwich
“First class service right from the very first appraisal meeting right up until completion. Wouldn't hesitate to use again & will recommend to anyone looking to sell.”
Mr Lee Robins - Harden Road Walsall
Long Lane, Great Wyrley, Walsall
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Walker Road, Bloxwich
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Prince Street, Walsall
£475 pcm + fees
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Crompton Close, Walsall
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* AVAILABLE 16.04.18 * Goodchilds are pleased to offer this Spacious and Light Two Bedroom Second Floor Apartment close to Walsall Town Centre benefiting from Electric Heating and Double Glazing....
Walsall lies in the heart of the 'Black Country', a region which centres within the West Midlands and at the height of the Industrial Revolution was one of the most intensively industrialised regions of the country. During this time the town produced a wide variety of products including saddles, buckles, chains and plated ware. There was also a lime quarry in the area which contributed significantly to the wealth of the town. The town was the birthplace of Jerome K. Jerome, the author of 'Three Men in a Boat' and there is a museum in the town dedicated to his life and work.
Tracing its history back to around 1160 Walsall was created as a Royal Manor. In essence a medieval town, the highest point being Church Hill, where a church has stood since around 1200 and today there is still evidence in the present church of a crypt dating back to the 13th century. Walsall gained its status as a market town and together with the local agricultural economy it became an important market town and today the market, dating back to 1220, is still a popular attraction. The coming of the Industrial Revolution saw these small industries grow to be quite huge commercial operations, rail and canal networks meant that locally produced goods could now be traded throughout the country and this level of activity saw local wealth increase. This legacy can still be seen today, the Arboretum Park was opened in the late 19th century and the lakes within it were created by flooding the old mining works, the park today contains parkland, woodland, gardens and lakes with many activities being available. For the casual visitor to Walsall the evidence of its industrious past isthere to be seen, a trip to the Leather Museum or the Walsall Museum providing an insight into this fascinating place.
Walsall is extremely well connected within the UK road network as it is served by the M6 which connects the M1 motorway towards London and M74 motorway towards Glasgow. The town is also served by A34 road which connects Manchester and the M42 motorway towards London, and is connected regionally by the A454 Black Country route.There are typically four trains per hour from Walsall station to Birmingham. Buses leave Walsall in many directions; there are services south-east to Birmingham; west to Wolverhampton, Willenhall, north to Bloxwich, Cannock and Brownhills; and east to Sutton Coldfield and Aldridge, with many to the latter. In addition, more infrequent services run to Lichfield.
Walsall is a highly popular area for buying and renting property with easy links to Birmingham and beyond by road and rail. The industrial background of the town provides many employment opportunities and certain areas of the Town provide great investment opportunities for Buy to Let landlords as well as the more traditional opportunities for purchasers. House prices are on the up as there is more demand than stock coming to market.
Senior Sales Negotiator
Becky has worked in the bloxwich branch for over seven years she has a never say never approach to all aspects of the sales market and has worked her way up to senior sales negotiator within the br...Contact Becky Dabrowski
Nicky is the newest recruit to the sales team, she comes from a retail background but is adapting to the estate agency industry really well. Having no 9-5 attitude she finishes when the job is done.Contact Nicola Follos
Gabby started at the Walsall office straight from school as an apprentice and is now an integral part of the lettings machine being a family member her approach to the business is phenomenal.Contact Gabby Perkins
Bradley is the son of Ailsa he makes the office a family run affair bringing his endearing personality to the table he is vast becoming a king pin in the lettings operation.Contact Bradley Perkins