Licenced and Qualified Estate Agent

Make sure your agent is approved!

Even though our business model is low cost to the consumer, it does not mean our service levels are lower than what you would expect from a conventional local estate agent. In fact, we believe we enhance the customer experience by offering better communication tools, personal service, and professionalism.

House Network have been registered with the National Association of Estate Agents since 2005 - this basically means we are registered and qualified estate agents and adhere to the estate agency act at all times. It is not compulsory for an estate agent to be qualified with the national body, and you could find that a number of your local agents are not even registered. It is common practice for a local estate agent to only have one member (principle/owner) who is part of the NAEA. You can verify this by searching at the NAEA website for each listed estate agent.

We believe in nurturing talent and offering the best levels of service to our clients, so we place all key members of staff on the NAEA course to enhance their knowledge and ensure rules are followed closely.

We currently have the following staff members qualified and registered with the NAEA:-

  • Graham Lock MNAEA
  • Gregg Jennings MNAEA
  • Ian Marston MNAEA
  • Ben Moran MNAEA
  • Dean Fisher MNAEA
  • David Edwards MNAEA
  • Ashley Elley MNAEA
  • Kayleigh Emmott MNAEA
  • Stacey Folkard MNAEA
  • Lois Gocking MNAEA
  • Sian Maydon MNAEA
As a fully committed estate agent, we also subscribe to the Ombudsman for Estate Agents Scheme. This ensures our clients are guaranteed focused and consistent service levels.