Founded in 1972 John Pallister Chartered Surveyors in Clitheroe, are Property Professionals working across the North West countryside. In that time we have advised many owners upon the Sale of houses.
Our services are different from those of the main stream ‘Estate Agents’ and our instructions have often come from our existing clients or by their recommendation.
We provide personal attention, realistic advice, a track record of commitment and a ‘professional’ dedicated to steering matters to a successful Sale. Our policy is to concentrate upon handling 10-15 properties at one time, rather than enlisting hundreds with no individual focus or drive.
For more information on selling your property please visit our Professional Services Website.
Director Richard Pallister MRICS has had over 15 years experience with residential property. That includes time working as a residential agent with one of the regions most prestigious Estate Agencies. Richard is supported by Dawn Patterson who has also had 5 years experience in house Sales and Lettings. Together they are able to advise and take individual, prompt, responsibility towards that important house Sale.
When you seek our attention you can expect to receive honest advice and action, independent of outside influence delivered by a reliable and experienced Property Professional. Our long established clientele includes national companies, international institutions as well as prominent endowed charities.
The benefits of using a firm of Chartered Surveyors are numerous, but those of particular note are; we must hold professional indemnity insurance to operate; that all clients monies are safeguarded by stringent accounting regulations; each professional having qualified over a period of some 5 years must also undertake at least 20 hours of structured learning each year.
The client may also take comfort in the knowledge that whilst complying with a myriad of rules and regulations, a firm of chartered surveyors must also have a complaints handling procedure in the unlikely event that a problem should arise.