Terms of Use

Terms & Conditions

The content of this and any other site related to Merry's (content being images, text, sound and video files, programs and scripts) is copyright © Merry's. All rights are expressly reserved.

Use of Content

The content of this website can be accessed, printed and downloaded in an unaltered form (unaltered including being stretched, compressed, coloured or altered in any way so as to distort content from its original proportions or format) with copyright acknowledged, on a temporary basis for personal study which is not for a direct or indirect commercial use and any non-commercial use.

You may not modify, copy, distribute, transmit, display, perform, reproduce, publish, license, create derivative works from, transfer, or sell any information, software, products or services obtained from Merry's, without the prior written consent of Merry's.

By using Merry's sites or services, you agree that you may not use any part of such service for any illegal purpose.

Data Submitted by You

You warrant that you have taken all reasonable precautions to ensure that any data you submit to this Website is true and accurate and free from viruses or anything else which may have a contaminating or destructive effect on any part of this Website or any other technology owned / operated by Merry's.

Access to this Website and Content

We will endeavour to allow uninterrupted access to this website, but access to the website may be suspended, restricted or terminated at any time.

We reserve the right to change, modify, substitute, suspend or remove without notice any information or service on this website from time to time.

We assume no responsibility for the content or services of any other websites to or from which this Website has links.

Company Information

Merrys is a trading name of Merrys Estate Agents Ltd. Registered in England

Company Number: 5490674
VAT Number: 868 2640 91

Read more...
If you’re a buyer or renter going on viewings:

You can still go and view properties that you’ve had your eye on, but you must follow our simple guidance to ensure your viewing goes as smoothly and as safely as possible:

Protecting yourself and those in the property you’re viewing

Whether it’s on your way to a viewing, or once you get there, remember these three key pieces of advice from the government:

• Maintain a 2m distance from anyone you aren’t living with – we know this can be tough at times, but it’s possible. If you ever forget what 2m looks like, imagine taking two long strides, or visualising the height of your front door!

• Wash your hands regularly (and thoroughly) and avoid touching your face – we’ve all got the dry hands to prove it, but this remains one of the most important pieces of guidance right now to help prevent the spread of coronavirus.

• Minimise contact with surfaces outside of your home – this can be hard as we touch so many things throughout the day, often without thinking about it. Common things include door handles, lift buttons and ‘stop’ buttons on the bus.

Why not start with an online viewing, if available?

You’ll still need to view the property in person, before being able to proceed with an offer, but it’s a great place to start. Particularly helpful if you’re not entirely sure whether it’s suitable for you, it’s also one less journey you’ll need to make. If you’d still like the view the property, the agent will be pleased to know you’re serious.

Before the viewing

In line with government guidance, anyone experiencing coronavirus symptoms should be staying at home, to help prevent further spread of the disease.

To give confidence to all parties present at the viewing that this guidance is being followed, and to help the agent manage the viewing in the most efficient way possible, you should be asked to complete a handful of questions before your viewing such as:

• Has anyone in your household had COVID-19?

• Has anyone in your household displayed COVID-19 symptoms or not yet completed a required period of household self-isolation?

• Are you in the high-risk category?

The current owner, or tenants, of the property you’re going to view will have also completed these questions, as will the agent if they’ll be present on the viewing, so don’t be afraid to check with the agent on this if it’s a concern.

We would also recommend asking the agent as many questions as possible before the viewing, to help save time on the viewing itself.

Read More...

Covid 19 Property Update Hide