Weymouth Estate Agents
DOMVS estate agency in Weymouth has been selling and letting homes since 2005 via its Preston Road office. DOMVS has a good selection of property to buy in Weymouth, as well property to rent in Weymouth and provides a choice of three easy ways to get a free valuation for either selling or letting your property.
The Weymouth Property Market & House Prices
Properties in Weymouth had an overall average price of £289,080 over the last year. The majority of sales in Weymouth during the last year were terraced properties, selling for an average price of £248,474. Detached properties sold for an average of £427,886, with flats fetching £195,424. Overall, sold prices in Weymouth over the last year were 8% up on the previous year and 14% up on the 2018 peak of £254,642.
Source: Rightmove. Last updated 08/22
The Weymouth Estate Agency Team
Debbie Turner, MARLA
Associate Director of Lettings
With over 30 years experience as a lettings specialist, Debbie Turner has an encyclopaedic knowledge of the lettings world. Having worked with both independent and corporate lettings agencies, Debbie’s experience will ensure your Weymouth rental investment is in safe hands.
Marcus Pound BA (Hons) MNAEA
Sales Progression & Compliance Manager
As a go-between for all parties ensuring the sale seamlessly reaches completion, Marcus plays a key role at DOMVS. His healthy balance of tenacity and pressure ensures each transition has the best chance of success.
I have lived and worked in Dorset for over 20 years and love the variety of stunning coastline and countryside this county has to offer. I have always had a passion for property and get great pleasure from helping my clients find their dream home. I have two working cocker spaniels, Crumpet and Truffle, who are perfect companions for exploring this beautiful county.
World-renowned sailing, Olympic legacy and old-fashioned seaside charm; Weymouth has it all in bucket loads and DOMVS estate agents in Weymouth knows all the insider information. From its historic, working harbour and award-winning, golden, sandy beach to the buzzing weekend nightlife, it’s easy to understand why Weymouth attracts lifelong residents, annual visitors and swathes of people to relocating to Dorset, with Weymouth being a popular choice.
Situated on the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site and surrounded, inland, by rolling Dorset hills, Weymouth has a rich history dating back to the mid 12th Century. Among the first modern tourist destinations in the UK, the town became a favoured summer holiday destination of King George III, who visited on 14 occasions between 1789 and 1805. At Osmington, on the outskirts of the town, a mounted white horse representing the king is still visible, carved into the chalk hills.
Today, amenities in Weymouth – come rain or shine – are almost too numerous to list. Independent and national shops and cafes fill the town centre, where there is also a cinema and bowling alley. Boutique restaurants and traditional pubs line the old harbour, and major attractions include the 19th Century Nothe Fort, the Sealife Park and Tower, and Weymouth Pavillion, with its varied arts and entertainment programme. Sports facilities abound throughout the town, from numerous tennis courts and leisure centres, to renowned sailing and rowing clubs and myriad other watersports offerings. Weymouth Beach also plays annual host to motorcross and volleyball events among others.