Harmes Turner Brown

HTB are successfully selling and letting in Walton on Thames, Hersham, Weybridge, East Molesey, West Molesey, Molesey and Esher

Welcome to Harmes Turner Brown

HTB Walton on Thames was launched in 2003 as an independent estate agents and is still run by Richard Harmes, Steve Turner and Peter Brown. The Walton office covers Walton on Thames, Hersham, Weybridge and the surrounding areas. Our second office HTB East Molesey was launched in the summer of 2018 and has very quickly established itself as a market leader in the Molesey property market covering East Molesey, West Molesey, Esher and the surrounding areas.

You can expect exceptional service, reliable communication, and trusted advice to help you find the perfect home.

Along with our expanding network of offices and staff, Harmes Turner Brown is investing heavily in the most up-to-date marketing tools and technology, such as microsites, FREE property websites with personalised virtual tours and more to make your property stand out from the crowd.

We take pride in our customer service which is why we are the leading independent estate agent in the area. We have a wealth of experience of the local property market for both sales and lettings and are here to help make your moving journey less stressful.
 

Contact Harmes Turner Brown today to get moving.

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