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Buying, selling and renting can be a frustrating business and not all estate agents were created equal!

So appointing a proactive independent estate agent with a proven track record is an essential requirement. It’s a simple philosophy that has worked well for us at Lytham Estates and our customers since we were established in 1999.

Friendly Service
We believe that by working harder and smarter, combining the best of traditional methods and the latest technology, along with a personal approach, will provide a superior and highly effective service to home buyers and sellers right across the Fylde coast.

Our down to earth and friendly approach is built on our experience and local knowledge, as well as our ability to maintain trusted and professional relationships with all parties, at all stages throughout the conveyancing process, to ensure we meet our clients expectations.

Our philosophy and practices are based on trust and a simple determination to be the best estate agent on the Fylde and excel in everything we do.

Unrivalled Presence
People still love ‘window shopping’ on the high street and our Lytham Square office is in an unrivalled premium position with thousands of potential buyers passing by every year. Our online presence with the Lytham Estates website and property portals such as Rightmove means we are guaranteed at the top of the property listings and you can browse our property portfolio anytime and anyplace you like. Our latest virtual tour technology allows you to view all our properties with breath taking reality.

For an honest, no-nonsense, straight talking and personal approach that gets results, speak to the Fylde coast property experts – visit or call Lytham Estates today.

Opening Hours

Come Visit

Mon - Fri: 9am - 5.30pm

Sat: 9am - 4pm

Sun: Closed 

Terms & Conditions

This page contains important information that tells you about legislation governing estate agents, and about how Lytham Estate Agents conducts its business. Any action or request for additional information conducted on this site does not constitute an agreement between Lytham Estate Agents and the user. If a site user wishes to sell or buy a home through us, any terms and conditions will be fully disclosed at that time.

The Property Misdescriptions Act 1991
The Property Misdescriptions Act is a major part of legislation affecting estate agency, which gives you added protection. The aim of the act is to ensure that everything said or written by an estate agent about a property is accurate, and not misleading. The act is enforced by the Trading Standards Authority. Lytham Estate Agents fully supports the principles of this legislation and take great care to produce accurate and realistic property details. 

Data Protection Act
Any information you provide on the Contact Us screen will not be retained for marketing purposes unless we have your written permission.

Our Service Aims

We endeavour to make our sales details accurate and reliable but they should not be relied upon as statements or representations of fact and they do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. The seller does not make any representations or give any warranty in relation to the property and we have no authority to do so on behalf of the seller. Services, fittings and equipment referred to in the sales details have not been tested (unless otherwise stated) and no warranty can be given as to their condition. We strongly recommend that all the information which we provide about the property is verified by yourself or your advisers. If there is any point of particular importance to you, we will be pleased to provide additional information or to make further enquiries. If you are the seller, we’ll explain our obligations to you under the law when preparing your property details, and ask you to approve and confirm the accuracy of those details, to ensure everything we say about your property is true. For this reason, we may not be able to include certain information unless you can back up the details with proof (eg planning permission documents), the precise nature of the tenure and evidence of works of improvements or alterations. We also ask you to tell us about any changes which affect your property details, when they happen.

Trading Statement
Lytham Estate Agents is the trading name of David Tinsley Limited. Registered Office :Lytham St Annes Estate Agents LTD Registered in England No: 08445851. Registered Office: 24 Longacre Place, Lytham St Annes, Lancashire FY8 4PN. Company Registration Number XXXXXX

Best Interests
An estate agent’s primary responsibility at all times is to act in the best interests of the seller, while being fair to all prospective buyers. This means that if you ask us to sell your home for you, we work for you in return for a fee and look after your best interests. To successfully sell your home, we need to attract buyers by offering them a good service and a fair deal. We help potential buyers as much as we can, so our sellers get a result and everyone is satisfied.

Submitting Offers
An estate agent is obliged to submit all offers to the seller up to exchange of contracts unless specially instructed, in writing, by the seller not to do so.

Sometimes, more than one offer is received on the same property. When this happens, we submit all other offers to the seller, even after your offer has been accepted – until contracts have been exchanged and the deal becomes legally binding. But as the buyer, we’ll advise you of the existence of any other offers made, and the action you may want to take.

Accepting Offers
It is the seller who accepts or declines any offer. At any time right up to exchange of contracts either the seller or buyer is legally entitled to change their mind. It’s up to you, the seller, to decide whether to accept an offer. However, this is where having a good estate agent like Lytham Estate Agents can really help. There is nothing more frustrating than receiving an offer on your property, then finding out later that the buyer doesn’t have the necessary money to go ahead, or there’s a long chain which will delay your move. At Lytham Estate Agents we check to ensure that potential buyers are genuinely interested in the property and are in a position to buy, before advising you. Once we believe we’ve found you a genuine buyer, we check in more depth the details of that buyer’s offer, usually by way of a face-to-face interview. If there is more than one competing offer on your property, we’ll advise you which offer we think you would be better off accepting, based on our assessment of each individual buyer’s circumstances, and your own moving needs. But the final decision is entirely yours. You can ask us to invite all parties to increase their offers, if you wish. If you accept a particular offer, it will be on the basis of either of the following:

Offer accepted subject to contract - This means you’ve instructed your solicitor or conveyancer to proceed. Although you haven’t made a legal commitment, you’ve agreed with the buyer that you’re going ahead with the sale at the price offered by the buyer. The only obligation at this stage is a moral one – the ‘Do as you would be done by’ principle applies! If you want us to, we can mark your property details in-branch as ‘Sold Subject to Contract’, along with your For Sale board. We’ll continue to tell you about any other offers received, and keep the buyer informed of these offers as part of our ‘fair deal’ service.

Offer accepted conditionally - This means you accept an offer on condition that, for example, the buyer receives a satisfactory mortgage offer or survey report, or obtains a subject to contract offer on his or her own property. In this case, we’ll ask whether you want us to continue actively marketing your property, during this conditional period. Whatever you decide, we’ll still tell you if other offers are made on your property.

Declining Offers
We would refuse to be involved in any arrangement where a seller wished to mislead a buyer with regard to the existence or amount of any other offer. Once the sale and purchase of a property is underway, we’ll liaise with the legal representatives of both buyer and seller, right up until exchange of contracts.

Personal Interests
An estate agent must disclose any personal interest in selling or buying a property. This rule protects both buyers and sellers, and ensures no underhand dealings can take place. Each Lytham Estate Agents employee is personally responsible for declaring, in writing, if they are related by family or business association to the buyer or seller of a property. That person must then have no further involvement in the property negotiations. We provide training to all our staff to remind them about their obligations.

If you are Selling a Property
You should be aware that in the course of dealing with the sale of your property we may be asked to provide mortgage and general house buying and selling advice to any potential buyer of your property. This is quite normal practice – but if we undertake to give advice to buyers we will inform you, and we will at all times act in your best interests.

We may also be given certain information by buyers – for instance, details of their salary and personal finances – on a confidential basis. Such information is used to help us make a recommendation to you about the ability of the buyer to proceed, but we will not be able to give you any information of a confidential nature unless the person who has provided it agrees.

If you are Buying a Property
We have an obligation to sellers to make sure that potential buyers are able to proceed with the purchase. This means we have to be sure that you have the finances available to buy the property and as a matter of routine, therefore, we ask you for information about your finances. We use this to make recommendations to the seller about your ability to proceed. Unless you agree, however, we will not divulge any information of a confidential nature to the seller or to any other party.


Our aim is to please – but we know that sometimes things go wrong. If you have a problem, we want to know. A member of staff will be happy to help either over the phone or at a branch. A copy of our complaints procedure is available on request. If you need further help, ring our Customer Helpline on 01253 796996. Complaints we cannot settle may be referred to the Ombudsman for Estate Agents depending on the nature of the complaint.

You may download, store and use the material for your own personal use and research. You may not republish, retransmit, redistribute or otherwise make the material available to any party or make the same available on any website, online service or bulletin board of your own or of any other party or make the same available in hard copy or in any other media without the website owner’s express prior written consent. The website owner’s copyright must remain on all reproductions of material taken from this website.


Privacy Policy

Lytham Estate Agents: Privacy and Security Policy

We have developed this policy so that you can feel confident about the privacy and security of the personal information that you provide to us.

Disclosure of information
Lytham Estate Agents complies with and is registered under the Data Protection laws in the United Kingdom. We take all reasonable care to prevent any unauthorised access to and use of your personal data. Our staff and those working for our agents and contractors maintain a responsibility to keep your information confidential and will only use it to offer relevant products and services related to your enquiry. Whilst any personal details that we use to provide or promote our products and services to you (e.g. name, address, email address, telephone number, or any details of the services you have purchased or about which you have enquired) will not be passed to any third party organisation for marketing purposes, on occasion your details may be shared with Lytham Estate Agents approved contractors or agents, in order to inform you about relevant Lytham Estate Agents products and services. If you do not wish to receive general information form Lytham Estate Agents or our associates please click here or call us free on 01253 796996.

Personal information
Lytham Estate Agents’s website offers a wealth of information, so we want to help you find exactly what you require as quickly and smoothly as possible. Therefore the more we know about your preferences the easier it is for us to help you, so we encourage you to register your details through the Contact Us form. This means that we can give you quicker and easier access to your favourite services when you next visit our website and to point you to other areas which may interest you.

Your details may be combined with other information about your use of our websites and any data in our records in order to save you having to keep giving us the same information for different Lytham Estate Agents services. We will keep other parts of Lytham Estate Agents up to date with your details in order to offer you products and services by post or e-mail that may interest you. If you do not want to receive other information that we consider may be relevant, please call 01253 796996. When you submit your details to us you consent to us using your personal data in the manner described in this Policy. If you do not submit your details as a general enquiry, the personal data we collect form you will be limited to the specific enquiry you have made. Lytham Estate Agents will use that data for no other purpose than to facilitate that transaction.

When you register your details with us they are held on a secure server and are encrypted using a ‘Secure Socket Layer’ (SSL) session. SSL is an industry standard and is one of the best ways to ensure that internet messages are not intercepted. NB You should be aware that some older browsers cannot use SSL.

We respect the privacy of personal e-mail accounts and we store your e-mail addresses as securely as any other personal information we hold. We will not send you unwanted e-mail messages or junk mail and your details will not be passed to any organisation outside Lytham Estate Agents without your explicit permission. However, we may use e-mail to send you messages to keep you up to date with news about our current services, as well as anything you express an interest in, either online or through other contact with Lytham Estate Agents. If you do not want to be kept informed in this way by e-mail, please let us know by calling 01253 796996.

Third party sites
Third party internet sites that you can link through to form our website are not covered by our Privacy and Security policy, so we accept no responsibility or liability for these sites. Click here if you do not wish to receive general information form Lytham Estate Agents or our associates.

You may download, store and use the material for your own personal use and research. You may not republish, retransmit, redistribute or otherwise make the material available to any party or make the same available on any website, online service or bulletin board of your own or of any other party or make the same available in hard copy or in any other media without the website owner’s express prior written consent. The website owner’s copyright must remain on all reproductions of material taken from this website.

What are cookies?
Cookies are files that store information on your hard drive or browser which means that Lytham St Annes Estate Agents LTD can recognise that you have visited their website before. By seeing how you use them, we can measure usability of the website. We use cookies on our website. However, we do not collect or store personal data via the cookies used. When someone visits our website we collect standard internet log information. We do this to find out things such as the number of visitors to the various parts of the website. We collect this information in a way which does not identify anyone. You can adjust the settings on your computer to decline any cookies if you wish. This can easily be done by activating the reject cookies setting on your computer.

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