Debbie-Anne is the newest member of our lettings team, bringing with her around 7 years of experience in the industry and a positive, 'can do' attitude. Her mission at work - "to do a really good job... and eat sweets!"   

Having grown up in the beautiful countryside surrounding Winchester and attending Peter Symond's Sixth Form College, Annabel has a good knowledge of the local area. When not at work she can be found sampling the local coffee shops and enjoying the great outdoors, although escaping to the mountains to ski is her first love.

George joins us as a Lettings Negotiator, having worked in the role previously in Winchester. He comes to us with the knowledge to match the right tenants to the right properties. A sporting man, he enjoys watching football and spending time in Winchester with his network of friends. 



A fantastic opportunity has arisen for an experienced and self-motivated Lettings Negotiator to join our market leading sales office in the heart of Winchester. 


The position offers the chance to form part of our skilled team of property professionals in our thriving Lettings Head Office.


The opportunity to acquire respected industry qualifications exists alongside scope for career progression within this growing local business.


Please apply in writing with a CV to:


Helen Butler

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With momentum running strong following a great year of fundraising and voluntary support, 

Belgarum Estate Agents were proud to continue our ongoing support of one of Hampshire's greatest fireworks events of the year. Not only were we able to sponsor the event but several members of the team popped their wellies and hi-vis jackets on to get involved by volunteering on the night.

Belgarum Estate Agents are seeking candidates for their 2016 charity campaign. They are calling for all local charities to contact them if they wish to be shortlisted for their chosen charity. 

Many clients come to a time whereby their home no longer suits their needs, but after so many years living in said property, the prospect of moving somewhere new is frankly rather daunting.

There appears to be mounting evidence from around the country that gazumping is back. Only last month, the UK's largest conveyancing firm, myhomemove, reported a substantial rise in the incidence of gazumping over the summer, with just over a quarter of conveyancers seeing instances where a new buyer gazumped the original purchaser during June, July and August.

Actually, the good news is that this year transaction times have started to come down again from the level they reached during the years immediately following the property crash. However, as always, national average figures hide a fair amount of regional variation.