Welcome to Rural View Property Sales & Lettings
RuralView is an independent Partnership offering a professional and experienced service in the sale, letting and management of residential property.
We are based in a rural location near Tisbury, in the increasingly popular Nadder Valley between Salisbury and Shaftesbury and cover a wide region including South Wiltshire, West Hampshire, South Somerset and North Dorset.
Our aim is to provide the best advice, combined with extensive marketing and individual attention. Please do contact us to find out more.
We sell property in a friendly, professional and effective manner, offering tailored strategies and extensive marketing. We attract local, national and international buyers and our service is founded on the recognition that our Clients require the best individual service, which we go the extra mile to ensure.
Call us on 01722 716895 for a free no obligation market appraisal of your home.
We provide a professional and highly efficient lettings and property management service. Our ARLA trained department is up to speed on the latest legislation and we are constantly on the lookout for fresh properties for a growing number of waiting tenants.
Call us on 01722 716895 to find out how we can help you.
"Rural View did a great job selling a quirky house for me in a difficult market. Unlike the vast majority of agents, Charlie has a very hands on approach, discussing requirements with prospective buyers, attending viewings and delivering a truly personal service. Good marketing, constructive feedback and an honest appraisal of market conditions inspire confidence. I would have no hesitation in recommending Rural View."
Miss L (Hindon)
Latest Rural View Blog
Ask any estate agent about the current state of the housing market and you are likely to be greeted with a scowl! At the start of this year, agents (and their vendor clients), hoped for signs of the long awaited recovery and although there have been one or two encouraging economic indicators, the reality is that the market is only just starting to get fully get underway.
So why have things been so sluggish? The answer lies partly in the continuing financial recession and lack of available mortgage funding but there is also something else that has had an impact and that is the weather. Blaming the weather might sound like a weak excuse but I am convinced that it does have a bearing on both buyer and seller behaviour.