agents sussex - Mills and Company not only
sell home properties but are also an agency
that provide chartered surveyors. Based in Storrington
West Sussex UK, Mills and Co offer properties
for sale at realistic prices ideal for
first time buyers looking to find new homes.
You can search for and buy houses in
Storrington, Ashington, and Bury
ranging from flats, terraced houses,
to semi detached and bungalows.
Buying a house couldn't be easier than from Mills and Company estate agents
WELCOME to Mills & Company. We are specialists in providing residential
property services in Storrington and the surrounding areas, and you are
sure to find something to interest you here. This website gives you details
of properties currently available to purchase, both large and small, so
just sit back, take your time and enjoy deciding which home you would
like to live in!
However, our services do not end there. We also have a professional surveying
department, and can offer you a prompt and efficient surveying service
on properties not sold through this estate agency. Pre-purchase surveys
can save you thousands of pounds by alerting you in advance to problems
and defects in buildings that you would rather not wish to be responsible
Mills & Company
has been trading in Storrington since the 1970s, dealing with a wide range
of residential properties. When the original owner, Mr J Mills, retired
in 1995, the firm was purchased by chartered surveyor, Mr Roy Firth BSc
FRICS, when the surveying department was established. Roy has over 20
years experience in the surveying field, and is keen to uphold professional
standards of service and customer care in all aspects of the business.
You will find Mills
& Company at 7/9 North Street, Storrington, which is located within
the village centre, and our offices occupy an old, character, cottage
type property located within the Storrington Conservation Area. There
is also a free public car park just around the corner!
Our office is run
jointly by Roy Firth and Darlene Johnson - Darlene was born and bred in
Storrington, and therefore has a wide knowledge of the local area and
its history. She also brings to the firm much useful experience in the
fields of property and financial services.
Mills & Company is a Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered
Surveyors and the National Association of Estate Agents - in addition,
Roy is affiliated to SAVA (Surveyors and Valuers Accreditation). These
organisations require Mills & Company to operate within strict guidelines,
to maintain professional indemnity insurance and to have work monitored
on a regular basis. All of this enables us to offer you peace of mind.
The best way to reach an informed decision on such an important investment
as a home, is to have a professional survey and valuation of the property
which interests you. Before you decide to go ahead and commit yourself
legally, you can minimise the risks by asking a qualified surveyor to
answer these questions for you:
Is the agreed price
Are there drawbacks I don't know about?
If so, what do I need to do about them?
Commissioning your own survey is the simple, economical way to avoid unpleasant,
and perhaps costly, surprises after moving in. In some cases, the surveyor's
report may enable you to re-negotiate the price.
Our qualified Chartered
Surveyor, Roy C Firth BSc FRICS, offers two forms of survey which are
specifically designed to help home buyers:
A Building Survey
A building survey is
suitable for all residential properties and provides a full picture of
their construction and condition. It is likely to be needed if the property
is for example of unusual construction, is dilapidated or has been extensively
altered - or where a major conversion or renovation is planned. It is
usually tailored to your individual requirements. The report includes
extensive technical information on construction and materials, as well
as details of the whole range of defects, major to minor.
The HomeBuyer Survey & Valuation
By contrast, the HomeBuyer
Survey & Valuation is in a standard format, and is designed specifically
economy service. It therefore differs materially from a building survey
in two major respects. Firstly, it is intended only for particular types
of home: houses, flats and bungalows which are:
in type and construction
- Apparently in reasonable
The HomeBuyer Survey & Valuation focuses on essentials: defects and
problems which are urgent or significant, and thus have an effect on the
value of the property - although it also includes much other valuable
Please don't hesitate to contact us with any questions you may. Our trained
staff are happy to assist and guide you through the information you need..