Marple: 0161 914 7620

Hazel Grove: 0161 300 7144

Why trust us with your move?

Lawler & Co. are a bespoke independent estate agency with prominent branches located in both Marple and Hazel Grove.

Modern, proactive marketing techniques are combined with a strong emphasis on customer service. We invite you to visit our contemporary, stylish premises to meet our experienced sales teams who will be happy to discuss your individual requirements.

We provide a fresh approach to buying and selling property in Marple, Hazel Grove and the surrounding areas including Marple Bridge, Mellor, Strines, Disley, High Lane, Compstall, Romiley, Hazel Grove, Offerton, Poynton and Mile End.

If you are considering a move please call into one of our friendly offices or telephone your local branch and we can arrange for one of our valuers to visit your home and provide pre sale marketing advice plus a free no obligation valuation. We can have your property up and running within 24 hours of instruction!

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Top Tips to Refresh your Rental Property

One of the best ways for landlords to attract discerning tenants is to refresh a rental property regularly, ensuring it has a contemporary appeal and a durable finish. Here are our top tips for giving a property staying power: 1. Grey grout with white tiles Grey grout in bathrooms and kitchens will look fresher for longer. 2. Larger tiles The bigger, the better, especially when it comes to floor tiles, as this will reduce the grout areas, making them easier to clean. Mosaic tiles should be avoided as the grout can crumble easily over time, causing the tiles to come loose and potentially leak. 3. Keep it neutral Neutral colour schemes provide a blank canvas, allowing potential tenants to visualise how they might personalise the space with their own accessories. 4. Flooring Tiles, laminate or wood are a must for kitchens and preferably tiles only in bathrooms. Hallways will receive the most footfall so will need a practical floor covering appropriate for the property. In carpeted areas, a wool-mix carpet is always recommended. 5. Practical window dressings Curtains can be expensive to clean or replace, while blinds are a more cost-effective option. Blackout blinds are recommended for bedrooms, as most tenants will request these, while Roman blinds in a chosen fabric can give as much of a personal look as curtains.... Read more →

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