The Oaks – the only choice in Epsom & Reigate

Oaks Property is a professional, proactive independent letting and estate agency based in Surrey with offices located in Epsom and Reigate; we cover an area south of London both inside and outside the M25 – ideal for both commuting and family living.

Our innovative and professional approach, combined with our fresh ideas and motivated staff mean that we can reach the right people for your property quickly and efficiently to make sure that we achieve the very best price, as quickly as possible.

Our service is centred around you and your property needs – our local knowledge and superior marketing material make sure that we deliver a unique service which guarantees well-informed advice for any client.

Whether you are looking to buy or sell, rent or let a property in and around Epsom or Reigate, Ashtead or Tadworth, Banstead or Sutton, Dorking or Leatherhead our teams are here to help you have a stress free property move.


  • Newest Properties For Sale

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      Cavendish Walk | £490000

      Beautifully presented throughout this three double bedroom town house offers contemporary accommodation over three floors, two en-suite shower rooms plus family bathroom. Located on Livingstone Park within catchment of the popular Southfields school I would urge a closer look.

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      | £299950

      A superb two double bedroom ground floor executive apartment forming part of this most prestigious gated development located within the heart of Banstead Woods. Offering a private patio and a lot more. CHAIN FREE

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      Terme | £248260

      Detached renovated house with swimming pool and garage on 1,855 m². 19967 sq ft

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      Hunter Court | £365000

      This property truly has struck the perfect balance between the character and elegance of yesteryear with the practicality and modern chic for todays living. 990 year lease £1,200 service charge £200 ground rent and the block has the right to manage. NO CHAIN

  • Newest Properties To Let

    • Hazon Way | £1850

      This extended semi offers spacious family accommodation (see floor-plan) and all within a few hundred yards of the Town and Station. Available part furnished from the Mid April

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      Links Road | £2800

      This classic 1930s house has undergone a refurbishment program including new kitchen, bathroom, décor and flooring throughout. The garden is stunning and even a gardener is provided so all you have to do is enjoy. Available Now please call for full information.

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      Hudson House | £1100

      A well presented 3rd floor apartment located in central Epsom. This property has wooden floors throughtout and is fully furnished. Two double bedrooms, master with en-suite shower. Open plan kitchen with integrated appliances. Lift access and intercom.

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      Wellingtonia Place | £1275

      Modern top floor two bedroom apartment in an ideal location close to Reigate station and town. Decorated to a high standard throughout, the property has lounge leading to fully fitted kitchen, two double bedrooms with en-suite to master and family bathroom. Also benefitting from allocated parking. Unfurnished and available 1st June 2014.

      Rent excludes the Tenancy Deposit – Please contact Oaks for more information.

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      Court Farm Gardens | £1050

      Sitting in an excellent position, moments from the town and station, this spacious first floor property features a large lounge, two double bedrooms and a fully equipped kitchen. Plus, the communal gardens offer you the perfect place to make the most of the summer sunshine! Unfurnished and available Mid June

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      The Firs | £975

      A beautiful ground floor one bedroom apartment. This property is located in the beautiful college area and is well presented throughout. This property benefits from a large lounge with bay windows. Double bedroom with built in wardrobes. Modern kitchen and modern bathroom. Parking. Furnished.

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      Reigate Hill | £925

      A well presented one bedroom character apartment recently refurbished throughout to a high Standard. Located on Reigate Hill, walking distance to Reigate station, local shops and amenities. The Property benefits from modernisation throughout, double bedroom with fitted wardrobes, fully fitted kitchen and modern bathroom with off street parking. Unfurnished and available beginning of June 2014.

      Rent excludes the Tenancy Deposit – Please contact Oaks for more information.

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      Prospects Court | £950

      Two bedroom apartment in modern development. High standard and neutral décor throughout, the property has lounge, fully fitted kitchen and family bathroom and en-suite to master. Also benefits from allocated parking and close to Reigate Station. Unfurnished and available end of April.

      Rent excludes the Tenancy Deposit and Administration fees – Please contact Oaks for more information.

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      Reigate Hill | £2500

      A four bedroom terraced town house in a prime location for Reigate centre and station. Set over three floors this modern and stylish town house has a large dining room with double doors leading to the fully fitted kitchen, a spacious living room on the first floor looks out over the front communal gardens. Four large bedrooms, two with en-suites, one family bathroom and first floor cloakroom. Other features include large hallway with room for study area, ground floor utility room with patio door leading to a private and easy to maintain garden, a garage and two allocated parking spaces. Fully furnished and available 28th May 2014.

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      Chart Lane | £1300

      Character two bedroom detached house close to Reigate town centre. Property comprises of lounge with feature fireplace, dining room leading to fully fitted kitchen and patio doors onto private garden, downstairs cloakroom and upstairs; two bedrooms with fitted wardrobes and modern family bathroom. Fully furnished or unfurnished and available immediately.

      Rent excludes the Tenancy Deposit and Administration fees – Please contact Oaks for more information.

  • Latest Oaks News

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      Buy-to-let lending availability ‘on the up’

      Landlords are viewing buy-to-let finance as increasingly available thanks to the improved liquidity in the market, new research suggests. Some 44 per cent of private landlords agreed with this sentiment in the first three months of 2014, according to research by Paragon Mortgages.

    • Downs Road | £1750

      A detached family home within walking distance to both Epsom Town Centre and The Downs. Spacious lounge with dining area and access to rear garden, Three bedrooms of which two are doubles, family bathroom and downstairs cloakroom. Garage and driveway Parking.

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      Strange but true – No. 2

      Here are some more remarkable ‘strange but true’ facts from around the world. Some are simply fascinating, while others are almost beyond belief.

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      A close encounter with the property boom

      As the London property boom spreads out, doing nothing may no longer be an option. How long can Help to Buy continue if it is pumping up an overheated market whose principal beneficiaries are speculators and investors?

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      New report reveals number of buyers for each property on sale in England reaches 12

      The number of buyers chasing each property in England hits highest level since 2008 in the first quarter of 2014, research shows. Some 12 buyers are chasing each new property coming on the market, an increase of over 20% compared to the 9.7 buyers in the first three months in 2013, according to the latest quarterly housing market review from industry analysts.

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      Weird and wonderful facts about the UK – No.1

      From history and from modern times, here are some incredible and strange facts about the UK. Have a read through and enjoy this mix of amusing, surprising and interesting trivia…

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      Property price gap between London and the rest of the UK ‘widest in 40 years’

      The average home in London is worth more than twice the average home outside the capital – a difference approaching £200,000. London property now costs 100pc more than property elsewhere in Britain. In pounds and pence the difference in price between the average home in and outside London is now £183,000, according to data from the UK’s largest building society.

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      Generation rent: housing policy could swing the vote in 2015 election

      Floating voters in dozens of key seats say their decision will be based on the parties’ housing manifestos. The number of people who are forced to rent their homes from private landlords because they cannot afford to buy could determine the result of the next general election in dozens of key parliamentary seats, research reveals today.

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      Housing market: fears of bubble as demand far outstrips supply

      Hometrack finds housebuyers in London are paying more than 99% of asking prices against a backdrop of soaring demand. Fears that Britain’s housing market is headed for bubble territory were stoked on Monday by fresh evidence that demand is far outstripping supply…

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      Spring sales market continues to thrive as prices rise…

      Activity in the sales market continues to grow as demand outpaces supply. At the start of the year, the Land Registry announced that the average price for property in London had climbed upwards of £400,000, and that prices in the Capital had risen by 10.6% in just one year. In February this year, we saw a 52% increase in buyer registrations compared to the same time last year, indicating extremely high levels of demand and a subsequently strong sales market.

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      Epsom – why it’s such a desirable place to live

      You get a lot more house for your money and it’s less than an hour’s commute to London in this charming Surrey market town. The Surrey market town of Epsom lies 15 miles south-west of central London on the A24 and is surrounded by miles of green belt. There is public access to commons and downland including Epsom Downs, site of the racecourse. There’s easy access to both Heathrow and Gatwick airports thanks to the M25 nearby.

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      London housing crisis: Boris’s bubble of belief

      The London mayor has applauded the budget’s pension reforms for creating new property investment opportunities, but not everybody shares his glee. The most interesting part of Boris Johnson’s praise for George Osborne’s dramatic pension fund reforms came near the end, when his red-baiting, pre-election rhetoric gave way to a prediction: now that people will be allowed to take larger lumps from the pot of money they’ve saved for their old age, most won’t blow the lot on Italian sports cars but sink it into bricks

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      63% don’t see home moves happening in next 12 months

      Nearly two-thirds of Britons considering a move to a new house do not think it will happen in the next 12 months. The costs associated with buying and moving is the main barrier, according to, and so 21 per cent are concerned they will never be able to get onto the property ladder as a result.

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      Budget 2014: Osborne’s £800m housing package

      The chancellor has announced funding totalling £800m to increase the supply of new homes. The funding is intended to regenerate deprived council estates, build new “custom-build homes” and help small developers kickstart stalled housing projects. The Help to Buy equity loan scheme will be extended to March 2020 to help a further 120,000 households to buy a new-build home.

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      Rise in surveyors derailing house purchases

      ‘Down-valuations’, where a lender’s surveyor values a property below the agreed price is rapidly spreading out of London. Home buyers are increasingly facing a mortgage shortfall as rapidly rising house prices steam ahead of market valuations. And the problem appears to be spreading away from London and other southern centres where “overheating” has been observed for some time.

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      Strange But True

      Here are some remarkable ‘strange but true’ facts from around the world. Some are simply fascinating, while others are almost beyond belief.

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      First-time buyers mortgages up by 38%

      Lending to first-time buyers increased 38 per cent year-on-year in January 2014 as the market continues to gain strength. There were 21,800 loans advanced in the first month of the year and their total value was £3.1 billion, according to data from the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML).

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      Help to Buy for new homes in UK to be extended to 2020

      The UK government’s flagship Help to Buy scheme phase one is to be extended until the end of the decade, it has been announced. The scheme which allows buyers of new homes to access a government backed loan of up to 20% of the cost of a property has been hugely popular and credited with boosting the real estate recovery.

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      Many UK first time buyers still struggling to save a deposit

      The need for a large deposit to buy a first home in the UK is still hampering the hopes of many buyers despite government schemes like Help to Buy, it is claimed. Two in three aspiring first time buyers can’t get the necessary deposit saved and just 17% are actually able to save regularly each month, according to research by mortgage insurance provider Genworth.

  • Meet The Oaks Team

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      John Konopka

      I keep all the ledgers up-to-date, monitor cash-flow, operate the payroll of the company, manage landlord payments and tenant deposits. I have been retained by the Oaks for two days a week since 2009, operating through my own business Clockwork Accounting Services.

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      Lily Rigley

      I provide administrative support to the sales, letting and management teams. Having only joined the Oaks in early 2013, I’m the ‘new kid on the block’. My job’s great because it’s giving me an all-round knowledge of the business and I learn something new every day.

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      Lawrence Suttonwood

      My main aim as a negotiator is to ensure that I match the correct applicants with the correct properties thus creating long term tenancies for our landlords. I take pride in offering all of our clients with the best customer service and advice.

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      Michelle Hobbs

      I work on both the letting and sales sides of the business. I arrange and attend property viewings on behalf of our landlord and vendor clients and provide feedback. I joined the Oaks in 2010 and I love my job because I like getting out and about and meeting people.

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      Alana Pittman

      It’s my responsibility to help provide landlord’s with stress-free lettings. As part of this, I make sure that rents are paid on time and that tenants are looking after the property. I’ve been at the Oaks since 2008 and get pleasure from helping to make successful tenancies.

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      Barbara Izzard

      I have been part of the Oaks from the day we started in the year 2000. The bulk of my work is concerned with the legal and contractual aspects of tenancy agreements, letting regulations and landlord obligations. I enjoy getting things right, so my job’s just right for me.

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      Mia Watkins

      As Letting Manager, it’s my job to verify rental applicants, liaise between landlords and prospective tenants and co-ordinate the letting team. Since I joined the company in 2006, I have experienced every aspect of letting. My greatest joy is seeing happy landlords and tenants.

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      Paul Milsom

      I joined the Oaks in 2007 as a Sales Negotiator. As a qualified member of the MNAEA, my key responsibilities include rental and sales valuations together with negotiating the best results for my clients. The best part of my job is helping clients realise the full potential of their properties.

    • Robert Tuke

      I’ve been part of the Oaks team since 2004. My primary role is to ensure the continued growth and success of the business by delivering ‘service excellence’. My favourite part of the job is developing new added-value services for our landlords and our tenants.

“Before I let my property in Epsom, I invited three agents to provide me with rental assessments and details about their service. I chose the Oaks because of their high level of professionalism and transparent approach to fees and management issues.”
J. D.
“Being overseas I needed a letting agent that I could rely on to take care of everything in my absence. The Oaks have exceeded my expectations, providing me with regular updates on the condition of my property and renewing rental agreements as and when required. They look after my property as if it were their own.”
D. S.
“It is now over five years since the Oaks took over the letting and management of my buy-to-let property. Over that time, there have been three different tenancies and, thanks to the Oaks proactive approach, there have been no void periods. Oaks have great people who really know their stuff and are always there to answer any questions.”
C. L. & P. T.
“It was the depths of winter and a new tenant had just moved in. Then disaster struck. For no apparent reason, the new boiler that had just been fitted conked out! A member of Oaks management team contacted me immediately. I agreed the need for an emergency call-out. Then, Oaks management took care of everything and the boiler was working that same evening. Terrific service, great staff!”
J. W.
“As a landlord, I have used The Oaks as my letting agent for four years. The service has always proved to be efficient and delivered in a friendly and helpful manner. Void period have been kept to a minimum, tenants thoroughly vetted and good advice given regarding any check-out issues.”
A. L.
“We have been renting this property with this agency for 13 years and believe it is in good hands. We have had good and bad tenants but have always felt that the agency has worked promptly and efficiently to resolve any problems.”
D.B. & F.M.
“We were very pleased with the service that Oaks provided in selling our house. They offered a competitive rate and gave us efficient, personalised service. Their valuation and advice on the local market was spot-on and they got many prospective buyers to view the property in the first couple of weeks. We particularly liked their automated service to let us know when viewings were happening, but Oaks also followed this up with feedback in person. Once we had secured an offer, Oaks continued to work hard to ensure the deal went through efficiently. They dealt with the inevitable minor problems that arose during the process and helped us complete in good time. Overall an excellent service and we would readily recommend them to others.”
P. M.
“Oaks made the process of letting my house out extremely smooth. They were friendly, helpful, efficient and organised. This is the first time I have let out a property, and they helped me through the process brilliantly.”
F. L.
“I have been really impressed by Oaks Property.Excellent service . The service I have received from Paul Milsom has been excellent. I have and will continue to recommend Paul and Oaks to anyone.”
“Would definitely recommend using Oaks Property Lettings as agents. Fast, easy & straightforward process. Michelle was always on hand and fast in dealing with any queries and made everything with our move go smoothly. Brilliant service & communication :)”
C. & T.
“I contacted Michelle as I needed to find a property quickly and within a small catchment area of my son’s school. She was friendly, professional and very helpful and found several properties quickly for me to look at. Michelle took me through everything step by step and made the process simple and stress free, I would definitely recommend the Oaks letting agency.”
K. C.
“I have recently used Oaks to find a rental property in the Epsom area and couldn’t fault their service. Michelle was my contact throughout and from someone in this particular field of work myself found her absolutely professional and competent. A relaxed and polite negotiator that made my move stress free. Would certainly look at their listings first in the area if I move in the future and will recommend them to friends I have that live in Epsom.”
D. S.
“We would like to thank The Oaks in Epsom for their most helpful service. We decided to sell our house towards the end of the summer last year and looked around at various agents. We felt that The Oaks projected a similar style to our property and that their free market appraisel was informative and helpful. We were not pressurised to sell with them and this made them more appealing. When we decided to sell with them and they came round and took beautiful photographs of our property accentuating the features of it.”
“Michelle Hobbs….Is outstanding as what she does… She is a total asset to the Oaks Property Letting Agents and unlike other Estate Agents who forget about you Michelle Never Does. She goes the Extra Mile and nothing is ever to much trouble… She almost treats you like a Friend rather than just a Client !!! She is has been very understanding at my needs and has worked hard at trying to find the perfect home for me… Thank you MICHELLE you have been amazing !!!”
“When we were looking for a home to move in, we contacted the Oaks in Epsom. Georgia has quickly come up with a list of properties for us for viewing. After viewing the first home, we agreed to take the home for renting. After that Georgia did everything for us to move in to the new home. The move went very smoothly. During the move, I talked with Mia, Alana and Lily. They are very helpful.
I would strongly recommend the Oaks for letting.”