If you have a beautiful historic home that you’re interested in selling and would like to request an appraisal, please click on SELL in the navigation bar and fill out the appraisal request form.
The safety and protection of our employees, clients and their homes are of the highest importance to us.
Ahead of booking your viewing, our team will require your full contact details. This will include your full name, phone number, email address and postal address. Without these details, we reserve the right to decline your request.
Your details will not be used for marketing purposes.
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Inigo specialises in selling beautiful historic homes. We represent houses and apartments of all sizes and across all prices ranges.
At the less expensive end, we might offer an apartment in a converted Victorian terrace, while at the higher end we might market a large Georgian stately home. Where other estate agencies generally concern themselves with homes from a certain postcode, we work across the United Kingdom, focusing on the quality of the home itself rather than the location.
Each of the homes we represent displays our passion for the beauty of historic homes. We are as inspired by a considered cottage restoration as we are by a large country estate. We look for homes that harness their historical beauty to create better environments for living.
If you are unsure if we can help, please get in touch with our team who will happily talk to you about how we work.
We sell houses and apartments throughout the United Kingdom from our offices in central London.
If a home is of sufficient architectural and design merit, we will represent it. We will offer homes for sale that range from £100,000 to £20,000,000, and everything in between.
We will represent most of our listings as Sole Agents. At Inigo, we like to do things properly, which means maintaining control over the whole sales process and providing a seamless experience for our clients. However, we have strong working relationships with many agents across London and nationwide, so will consider a Joint Agency if we feel that this will be beneficial to the client.
Our main offices are in central London, but these are not walk-in premises. Due to the broad geographical spread of our listings, we don’t define ourselves by a high-street presence in a particular location. However, we are always delighted to travel to meet prospective sellers, and we welcome clients to our offices by appointment.
Our founders have backgrounds in journalism, meaning that we have a bulging black book of personal contacts in the industry. Press coverage comes at no cost to our clients and is a highly effective marketing tool.
We subscribe to Rightmove and Zoopla, giving our homes total visibility across the whole market.
The safety of our clients, viewers and staff is our absolute priority, and we have put strict operating guidelines in place.
Ideally, only two adults will be present per appraisal, including the representative from Inigo. Where absolutely necessary, a maximum of three people can attend, including the Appraiser. These limitations are to ensure social distancing can be maintained at all times.
A two-metre distance needs to be maintained by all parties throughout all appraisals.
To prepare for appraisals, homeowners will need to leave all internal doors open to minimise the need for the Appraiser to touch handles.
Homeowners must thoroughly disinfect their home, particularly door handles and surfaces, prior to the appraisal and after the appraisal has taken place.
Homeowners are advised to wear non-surgical masks during the viewing (provided by themselves). Appraisers will wear masks and gloves during the meeting if requested.
Homeowners will be required to report any symptoms to Inigo prior to the appraisal.
If you would like more details on this, please email our team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We strive to ensure that the process of buying and selling is as smooth as possible. However, in what can be a stressful transaction, occasionally things may not always go according to plan. With this in mind, we have a rigorous process to ensure any grievances that may arise are resolved as quickly as possible.
All employees take customer satisfaction very seriously and we will endeavour to resolve any issues swiftly and professionally.
If you wish to make a formal complaint, please put this in writing to our Head of Sales. On receipt of your letter of complaint, the Head of Sales (or a colleague if the Head of Sales is out of the office for any reason) will acknowledge your letter within three working days. We will then undertake a proper investigation and respond to you with a formal written outcome within 15 working days from the date of receipt of your written complaint.
Please write (by letter or email) outlining the specific details of your complaint to:
St Alphege Hall
King’s Bench Street
If you remain dissatisfied with this formal written outcome, you can further pursue the complaint and it will be reviewed by another senior staff member not directly involved in the transaction. This further review will be sent to you within 15 working days and will include a written statement of our final view.
We genuinely hope that all concerns can be settled amicably between us. However, if you remain dissatisfied with our final view you may seek redress through The Property Ombudsman, which provides a free, independent service for dealing with unresolved disputes. The Property Ombudsman will not consider your complaint until you have exhausted our internal procedure. Any referral to The Property Ombudsman must be made within 12 months of the date of our final view statement.
Their details are as follows:
The Property Ombudsman
43-55 Milford Street
Wiltshire SP1 2BP
Should you wish to discuss your complaint at any stage of the process, please call 020 3687 3071.