Chris John & Partners are a long established family firm of estate agents, founded in 1937. With the accent on personal service and attention to detail, partners and staff have a wealth of experience in the property market. Whatever your requirements, we offer sound professional advice on all aspects of selling, buying or renting your new home. Please allow us to use our knowledge and skills to help smooth the process on your behalf.

Contact Details

  City Cardiff
  Postcode CF11 9HS
  Address 95 Pontcanna St
  Phone Number 029 2039 7152

From Our Website

Our home is in the heart of Cardiff, in Pontcanna. It's our neighbourhood. We've been here for nearly 50 years, so we know the people, the places and the properties here and in the surrounding areas. Why does that matter? Because selling a property is not just about bricks and mortar. It's about understanding a place, knowing its stories, walking its streets, appreciating the little details. And it's those details that help us tell the story of your home. Meaning that we're in the best possible position (literally) to sell it.

Chris John Commercial have many years of experience in the sale and letting of all types of property and currently offer various properties to let by way of lease agreements or for sale via private treaty. Chris John Commercial manage a mixed portfolio of commercial properties for individuals, companies and organisations. Our service can be adapted to client's needs, to include collection of rents, insurances and service charges with regular accounting to RICS standards. We can assist with all landlord and tenant issues including lease renewals, rent reviews, assignments etc.

Whilst few estate agent branches have in-house survey and valuation expertise, Chris John & Partners offer a range of professional services relating to residential and commercial property. Our Chartered Surveyor & RICS Registered Valuer is a key member of the management team. When buying a property, your mortgage provider will commission a valuation. This is for lending purposes only, to make sure the property is worth what you have agreed to pay. This valuation is important, but it only gives part of the picture.