Our Survey and Valuations Department is regulated by the National Association of Estate Agents, Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors, Association of Residential Letting Agents and the Ombudsman for Estate Agents scheme. This is your guarantee of our integrity and professionalism in all that we do.
With Branches in some of Shropshire’s most attractive, historic and vibrant towns, we sell many of the most desirable town and country homes in this beautiful part of the world. We also cover parts of Worcestershire from our Kidderminster office.
If you would like to get in touch to get an updated & accurate appraisal of your home, an expert from one of our dedicated offices in Bridgnorth, Telford, Ironbridge, Ludlow, Newport, Cleobury Mortimer & Kidderminster would be delighted to offer you their local expertise.
The Chairman and Directors are committed to assuring an exceptional quality of our service to clients whilst considering those risks and opportunities presented. Our primary goal is to provide a professional quality service at reasonable cost, whilst achieving exceptional customer satisfaction and above target results in line with Key Performance Indicators ultimately generating profit to reward the Directors and staff for their investment and expertise.
It is the policy of Nock Deighton to provide the highest quality of professional service and meet the requirements of all clients, interested parties and regulatory bodies. At Nock Deighton the most important person is the customer. It must be our aim to give complete customer satisfaction, at all times. Our staff are our most valuable asset, we depend upon their commitment, skill, understanding and integrity for our continued success. With ongoing training, incorporation of the latest quality management techniques, the utilisation of technology and appropriate systems and processes our Directors and staff are committed to maintaining this standard of excellence whilst seeking continual improvement of the quality management system, encompassing business principles originally set out by our founder, Thomas Nock, in November 1831.