Get our award-winning help and in-depth local expertise when selling your property.

Ben Tootill-Borrill

When choosing an Estate Agent we believe it all comes down to trust as we are dealing with your biggest asset. We are committed to ensuring that all our clients are given the highest level of customer service, which is why we are members of the National Association of Estate Agents and registered with the Property Ombudsman.

Ben Tootill-Borrill

Sales & Lettings Director

Our Difference.

We go above the rest in marketing your property to help you reach qualified buyers fast.

Professional Marketing

Professional photographs and VR tours help to engage buyers and show your property at its best.

Wide Reach

Properties are listed on Rightmove, Zoopla and Primelocation as well as our social media platforms.

Seller Protection

Broker, deposit and money laundering checks are carried out on every buyer application.


Get an Honest Valuation

Take the first step towards selling your home by getting an in-person valuation from one of our award-winning property agents.

Online valuation tools a great for providing a rough guide price, but with more than 30 years experience in the Bounds Green, Turnpike Lane and surrounding areas our agents know the market inside out.

A typical visit normally takes around 30 minutes and all our valuations are obligation free, with no pressure to sell through us.

Selling FAQs.

Find answers to some of the most commonly asked questions our clients have when selling a property. If you don’t see the answer to your selling query below, please get in touch.

Which areas of north London do you cover?

Our offices are situated in Bounds Green and Haringey, but we also cover the Wood Green, Hornsey, Harringay, Alexandra Palace, Tottenham, Arnos Grove, Bowes Park, Southgate, New Southgate, Palmers Green and Friern Barnet areas of north London.

How will Wilkinson Byrne market my property?

Marketing your property is one of the most important things an estate agent does for a seller. There are several key aspects to advertising a property, first among which is photography. Wilkinson Byrne have made sure that we work with one of the best professional photographers in the business. In addition to supplying top quality images, Wilkinson Byrne write a compelling description to sell your home. Buyers pay careful attention to listing descriptions (looking for key words such as gardens, parking or period features) and knowing what aspects to highlight is vital. In addition to listing descriptions and photography, Wilkinson Byrne market your home via their own website as well as leading online property portals such as Rightmove, Zoopla and Prime Location.

Do I need an EPC to market my property?

Almost everyone who wants to sell a property in the UK is required by law to hold a valid EPC for their property. There are, however, a few notable exceptions. A small stand-alone building with a total ‘useful’ floor space of less than 50 square metres. An EPC is valid for 10 years from the date of issue.

When in the sales process should I instruct my solicitor?

The earlier the better is the answer. Property sales and purchases are often fraught with unnecessary difficulties and delays, such as chains collapsing, parties enforcing deadlines and people having unrealistic timescales. Wilkinson Byrne do recommend a couple of local solicitors if you would like some advice.

How do Wilkinson Byrne Vet potential purchasers?

Vetting potential purchasers is very important and is carried out to make sure that vendors are only dealing with buyers in a position to proceed. As an accredited member of the Property Ombudsman’s Code of Practice, Wilkinson Byrne take reasonable steps to ensure buyers have appropriate funds to complete their offer. This often includes asking buyers if they are in a property chain, whether they have a mortgage “agreement in principle” and for additional proof of funds. After you have formally accepted an offer, Wilkinson Byrne will monitor the buyer’s progress in securing funds and keep you appropriately informed on developments.