The safety of our customers and staff is our number one priority and so we have taken the difficult decision to close our network of Foxtons branches. We are very much open for business and our remote team is working hard to make sure that all of our customers receive a high level of service either over the phone, by email or via our My Foxtons online platform.
Whether you are looking for some advice or partway through a move, we remain here to support in any way we can.
Please see our current guidelines if you need to contact a specific team here at Foxtons.
All properties in March
Flats & apartments
4 sales in November
11 sales in November
Richmond house prices
Source: Land Registry. Latest property sales information (for November 2019) across all estate agents selling property in Richmond
We can see that average property prices in Richmond are higher than last year. In fact, property prices in Richmond have been increasing for 3 years in a row now which is a great sign for local homeowners looking for larger equity in their homes. The average home in Richmond is now worth 18% more this year than it was 3 years ago.
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If you are interested in finding out how much your home in Richmond could fetch in the current market, why not take advantage of our free, no-obligation home valuation service.
You don't have to be ready to sell as we are always happy to gain greater understanding of current property values and trends in the Richmond area. Just complete this form or call us on 0800 369 8667.
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