Welcome to Bond Oxborough Phillips – We are an active and independent Estate Agency covering North Devon and North Cornwall
Eight computer linked offices.
No matter where you are looking in the region, our network of eight internet-linked offices dominate the North Devon and North Cornwall market. Each office and every negotiator has access to a central sales and lettings database, so no matter which office your property is registered with, it will receive maximum exposure.
Each of our offices is managed by a partner in the business, so whichever office you deal with you’ll know there is always someone to talk to who has a genuine interest in the success of your property and our company. We believe this is a great way to ensure that you always receive the attention and knowledge you and your property deserve, whether you are buying or selling.
We have been shortlisted for the South West Estate Agency of the year award!
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We can communicate 5 times more effectively with buyers and increase enquiries by upto 200%.
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All our offices are open 7 days a week including Bank Holidays.Read more
Our website is designed for your phone, tablet and desktop so you can browse property on the move.Read more
Our property emails are sent to more than 10,000 buyers each week.Read more
We open 7 DAYS A WEEK but we are open till 6pm on Monday to Friday in order to accommodate the demands of our clients and market your property on all the major portals.Read more
"I would like to thanks Everyone at BOP Ilfracombe for their hard work, help, patience and encouragement. When I moved from Barnstable to Ilfracombe BOP handled my sale and purchase and i was happy with the service"