Mr and Mrs Griffiths

From start to finish a professional and pleasant, complete service. All staff performed their duties to the highest standard. We are delighted, thank you.
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Mr and Mrs Neville

I would like to thank Sophie, Melanie, Christine and Elizabeth for your efforts over the last few months and we have been very impressed by the service and attentiveness of the whole Aston Knowles team.
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Mr Gwilt

I was very pleased with the service Aston Knowles provided me with during my recent home move, all the staff I spoke to were very helpful and friendly and responded to any questions I had quickly. Sophie in particular has gone above and beyond in supporting us in any and all matters. I can honestly
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Mr and Mrs Jones

Sophie was positive, enthusiastic, professional and worked extremely hard to ‘sell’ the property to prospective buyers.  All the staff at Aston Knowles were well informed and knowledgeable about our property. We were also delighted that Sophie convinced us to look at another property and what a beautiful home we now have, all thanks to the
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Mr and Mrs Wall

We were extremely happy with the service provided by everyone, from the initial stages of marketing, right through to the eventual sale. We would highly recommend Aston Knowles to anyone selling or buying a property. They are efficient, trustworthy and knowledgeable. The staff were always polite and ‘on the ball’, making the whole process clear.
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Local fitness club owner takes first place at Halesowen Triathlon

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  • April 8, 2014
  • by astonknowles
  • aldridge, halesowen, triathlon,
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Aldridge Fit Club owner, Ian Dempsey, hopes that the victory win on the morning of 6th April puts him in good stead for the start of the Triathlon season. After a winter training program clocking around 15 hours of tri specific training including over 100 miles on the bike, 30 miles of running and 6-7 miles in the pool each and every week, Dempsey feels race fit as this season kicks off.
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How the new Budget will affect the property market.

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  • March 21, 2014
  • by astonknowles
  • budget, duty, market, property, stamp,
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Changes were expected from George Osborne within the 2014 Budget however, there was a disappointing reaction as in reality the measures confirmed are those that had already been hinted at in the run up to the budget. The main changes will see more homes fall into the tax net as the government aims to deter investors from avoiding stamp duty, inheritance tax and leaving houses unoccupied.
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