November 9th 2020
Second lockdown: Property market still open
October 16th 2020
This week, government announcements have placed some areas of England under tighter lockdown restrictions to help stop the spread of coronavirus. Under the government’s new advice, estate agents remain open.
September 23rd 2020
There are no new restrictions placed on the property market meaning you are still able to buy, sell, let or rent your property. Find out how we're keeping you safe.
March 24th 2020
Our branches have closed but we're still open. Our staff are all safely remotely working from home. Contact us by phone or email on the usual contact details.
March 16th 2020
We are actively monitoring the situation with regard to the outbreak of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).Goodfellows priority is to ensure the Health and Safety of our colleagues, clients, customers and all tenants whilst also ensuring that we will continue to maintain the level of service that consumers have come to expect from us.
October 23rd 2019
GOLD in the allAgents Peoples Awards
July 2nd 2019
The Wimbledon Championships 2019 have begun! Read more to find out about the British players to watch out for this year.
April 30th 2019
Supply of properties available to rent rose to 203 per member branch in March
April 15th 2019
Today, the UK Government has announced its intention to abolish Section 21 notices for eviction on residential tenancies in England as part of efforts to create open ended tenancies for all private renters. Section 8 evictions are also set to be reformed and a consultation will be launched shortly to gather evidence from stakeholders and the general public.
February 8th 2019
Yesterday, we recognised the incredible success and achievements of our team at our 2018 Awards Evening. We would like to thank...
December 18th 2018
We've popped on our favourite festive knits in support of Save the Children Christmas Jumper Day 2018 and the amazing work they...
September 20th 2018
Legislation News Update From 1st October 2018, the scope of mandatory licensing is being extended in England. Mandatory licens...