Sears Property has a wealth of experience operating in the Wokingham area. We’re proud to remain a family-owned and operated agency, with a firm focus on delivering an ‘award winning’ service to all of our clients.
You can find our Wokingham Branch right in the centre of Wokingham, in Market Place. This bustling street is perfect for capturing the attention of passing buyers looking to relocate to the area, and our office front reflects our forward-thinking, modern approach.
We’re just a stone’s throw from all of Wokingham’s shops, amenities and attractions. The Branch has been designed in a contemporary style and there are plenty of places of interest nearby. A lot of our footfall is generated from passers-by, usually after visiting the local shops or enjoying one of the towns cafes or restaurants.
Most importantly of all, our team live in and around the Wokingham area. We’ve grown up in this town, and that gives us a real personal connection with the area. It means we know the town’s streets inside-out and are perfectly positioned to offer guidance and advice for buyers and sellers alike.
Our Wokingham Lettings team offer a comprehensive management service for people looking to Let out their property. We’ve got years of experience in this field and know exactly how to remove all the stress from the process, leaving landlords free to enjoy a hassle-free Let. If you’re looking for the personal touch, combined with expert know-how and proven results, pop into our Wokingham Branch today.
Wokingham is an incredibly popular area among buyers and tenants alike. Residents love the strong sense of community, not to mention the plentiful green spaces that surround them. Central London is easy to reach (an hour to London Waterloo station), and the M4 provides connections across the country. This, combined with some high-performing schools and wonderful amenities, means that homes are always in demand.
The streets close to Wokingham train station are popular with commuters; such as The Ridgeway, Friendship Way or Broad Lane. Ranelagh School is also in this area, which makes it even more desirable among families with children.
The rental market is doing well in Wokingham, with properties commanding high monthly rents. Two-bedroomed houses and apartments are often the most popular, though there is plenty of demand for three- and four-bedroomed homes too, and at the other end of the market, studio apartments.
As for those looking to buy or sell a house? Property prices in Wokingham are on the rise, though rather appealingly, they remain lower than surrounding locations like Binfield and Warfield. The architectural styles in Wokingham are diverse, which means there’s something for everyone here; from large-scale period detached homes, to characterful terraced properties. Post-war architecture dominates to an extent, and there are some attractive 60s and 70s homes on the market which are usually snapped up quickly.