Cornwall's letting and estate agents still helping you move house

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Cornwall's letting and estate agents still helping you move house

Published at 8:52am 28th April 2020. (Updated at 9:51am 28th April 2020)

Were you in the midst of trying to sell your property or look to get on the property ladder in 2020?

You may have been about to sign contracts or merely dipping your toe into moving in 2020 but you shouldn’t let the current situation stop you from thinking this is not possible.

Think of this lockdown as an opportunity to get you home in order ready to sell when we can move forward, and below are just a select few agents in Cornwall both for sales and lettings who can still help you to ensure you are ready and prepared for when the current legislation is slowly relaxed.


Philip Martin

Philip Martin

Established in 1986 Philip Martin is an independent firm of Estate & Letting Agents, Chartered Surveyors, Valuers and Auctioneers covering the mid and west Cornwall areas dealing with a wide variety of properties in all price ranges.

They can deal with all property related issues under one roof so whether you are selling, letting or require specialist valuations and advice they are able to help.

Following the recent lockdown they have advice on their website

It may not to be an ideal time to be thinking about selling, however they have advice on what sellers need to do in readiness for marketing when the time is right.

You can call their office in Truro on 01872 242244 or for the latest news find them on Facebook




Millerson is a family-run, independent estate, letting and property management agency covering Cornwall and West Devon.

Their network of local branch offices is spread across the whole of Cornwall and they offer, as standard, free valuations, property advice, accompanied viewings, constant feedback, no upfront costs, advertising on major portals, in-house photography and a tailored approach to match your needs.

They remain open and operating as normal with all services and appointments running as planned.

They are however operating a closed office operation meaning that you will have to book appointments to enter the branch.

Visit to find more information and ways to make contact. For regular updates find them on Facebook.


Kerb Appealz

Kerb Appealz

Established in 2012 as Kerb Appealz wanted to bring something new to the market and make the selling and buying process less stressful for everyone.

Based out of their offices in Penzance, Kerb Appealz are still selling houses, with buyers able to view from their armchair via their 3D Virtual Tours to give you a better understanding of the size of the property.

They can also offer virtual valuations through 'WhatsApp' and through emails & photographs.

Penny is in the office daily to chat to, so call for any advice & help about selling or buying.

She is also personally going through and writing currently to everyone on the market with her tips for a speedy sale.

Visit or find them on Facebook for regular updates.


Lemon Street Lettings

Lemon Street Lettings

Having worked for a large Estate and Letting agent within Cornwall, Kirsty Richards felt it was the right time to make the move and start Lemon Street Lettings Ltd.

She is from the local area and have lived in Cornwall for most of her life.

Whilst working in the property market, she has gained considerable knowledge and experience and wants to put this to good use at Lemon Street Lettings Limited.

She is a highly motivated and organised person with a desire to succeed and offer all aspects of property management and advice on the current market conditions.

You can call her on 01872 228200 or visit


May Whetter Grose

May Whetter & Grose

What a time to be celebrating their 100th anniversary but they’re remaining positive!!

At May Whetter And Grose they are still keeping as active as possible promoting their Vendors properties through websites and social media. They are also working hard to protect the pipeline of sales currently agreed. They are all working from home and strictly following the Government guidelines on what they should do to keep their staff safe.

Since lockdown began they have carried out a number of “virtual valuations”, received instructions to market property and even agreed some sales. Vendors are sending in short video clips that they can pass on to applicants who are keen to view but cannot during lockdown.   Facebook  @maywhetterandgrose

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