Our philosophy is very simple. We aim to offer the most comprehensive, professional and friendly service, whilst putting our clients’ needs first.
We pride ourselves on offering a professional and personal service in an approachable, friendly and straight talking manner. Looking after all your property needs, with sales, lettings and property...
"Thank you all for the efficient, professional service you have given me over the last 21 years. I am extremely happy that my small business is in very capable hands."
Mr B Onslow
We are fully committed to providing the highest quality selling service. We provide this at competitive commission rates, delivered on a no sale, no fee basis. Please do not hesitate to contact us ...
Whether you’re a landlord with one property, or a large portfolio, we’ll manage your rental property with the utmost professionalism and integrity. Every landlord’s needs are different. We’ll tailo...
We provide a specialist commercial property service to clients throughout north Worcestershire and south Shropshire. Over many years we have developed comprehensive knowledge in this sector.
Established in 1893, Doolittle and Dalley is an independently owned firm of Estate Agents, Letting Agents and Chartered Surveyors who sell, let and manage residential, commercial and agricultural properties throughout north Worcestershire and south Shropshire.
With over 120 years’ experience, we offer a professional friendly service which, combined with our unrivalled approach, expertise and in depth knowledge of the local market, ensures great results for our clients.
We are passionate about maintaining our reputation as a pro-active, honest, professional and trustworthy company, never compromising on quality of service and always looking to maximize your property’s potential.
Congratulations to all who took part in the 5k & 10k trail run at The Severn Valley Country Park, Alveley,
Demand for property jumped after the Chancellor announced the 3% Stamp Duty surcharge for buyers of second homes, including buy-to-let investors
The average asking price England and Wales has increased by 8.2% year on year while the total stock of property had dropped to a new record low, according to the latest residential index.