Welcome to Walsall

Overview

Walsall Personal Agent

Sell, Let or Buy your property with Hunters

My name is Dharam Dhaliwall, and as your dedicated Personal Agent here in Walsall, I’ll help you to achieve your property goals.

When you choose me as your agent, you’ll benefit from the best customer service alongside expert property guidance and advice. All this will help you to have a smooth, stress-free experience when selling or letting out your property here.

 Get in touch now for your free property valuation. I look forward to hearing from you.

Our services

  • Free property valuation (online or in-person)
  • 24/7 support through your My Hunters portal
  • A fully managed sale
  • Expert advice
  • Bespoke, professional marketing packages for your property 
  • Flexible lettings services, from securing tenants right through to fully managing your property

Why Choose Hunters Walsall

Customer service is key

As a Hunters customer, you’ll always come first. That’s why we’ve got the My Hunters portal for you so that you can log in any time (24/7) to see exactly what’s happening with your property sale or let. You can see all the viewings you’ve got coming up, read feedback, and respond to any offers you’ve received. You can also get in touch with me through the portal, and I’ll be there to answer any questions you have.

Your local agent

Working within Walsall, I know the area well and will provide you with expert advice about your property sale or let here. My local knowledge will help you to achieve a quick, smooth property sale or let.

Expert marketing

Finding the right tenant or buyer for your property is crucial, and that’s why I use professional photography and floorplans to create the best property listings. Your property will be advertised on all the major property sites, including Rightmove, Zoopla and OnTheMarket, to ensure you reach a wide audience of people that are looking for property here right now.

Lettings packages that work for you

When you let out your property with me, I’ll create a bespoke package of support to suit your individual needs. You can choose a tenant find only service, a rent collection service, or a fully managed let, and I’ll ensure that you’re set up for success.

No cost until your property sells/lets

Until I find you your tenant or buyer, you don’t owe me a penny. You only pay for my services when your property is sold or let out to a tenant.

Free property valuation

Find out how much your property is worth.

Choose from an online valuation to get a rough overview, or we can visit your property to give you an accurate assessment.

Book a valuation today

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Why live in Walsall?

Walsall is a market town in the West Midlands.

Commuters love Walsall because it’s so well connected. It’s close to the M6 so locals can drive to Birmingham centre in just 20 minutes. It also connects to the M1 going out towards London, and the M74 heading up to Glasgow. The local bus services are plentiful, with Walsall’s bus station housing two smaller stations within it. 

Walsall has a train station in the town centre providing four services an hour to Birmingham with the journey time taking between 20-30 minutes. Once you’ve reached Birmingham there are international train services as well as Birmingham Airport. They are also nationwide train services, including trains to London that take only 1 hour and 30 minutes. 

Walsall is popular with families due to the great selection of schools and further education provision here. There are plenty of primary and secondary schools within the town (including comprehensive and grammar schools) and there’s a college here providing further education.

There are plenty of shopping centres within the town, providing high street shopping names and brands, as well as places to grab a bite to eat. Walsall also has some unique independent stores selling a variety of things, like clothing, flowers and records. The town has a good range of supermarkets to choose from for the weekly shop too.

Locals are spoilt for choice when going out for food and drink. Walsall has a large number of independent cafes providing excellent service and food. The restaurant scene is strong here, with various cuisines to choose from, from both well-known chains and fantastic independent places. Pubs and bars and plentiful too, so there’s always something to enjoy depending on your mood.

Walsall Arboretum opened here in 1874 and it’s still incredibly popular today. Locals enjoy making the most of the 170 acre country park, which has a lake, gardens, sports grounds and more. Children enjoy the play area, skate park, and pedalos as well as the splash pad in the school holidays. There’s something for all ages, with the café, cricket pavilion, bandstand and much more to make the most of.

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Local area guide

Walsall is a market town in the West Midlands that’s just nine miles from central Birmingham.

Walsall is very well connected, which is why it’s so popular with commuters. It’s close to the M6, with three nearby junctions, which means locals can drive to Birmingham centre in just 20 minutes. It also connects to the M1 going out towards London, and the M74 heading up to Glasgow. Walsall has a train station in the town centre providing four services an hour to Birmingham with the journey time taking between 20-30 minutes. Once you’ve reached Birmingham there are international train services as well as nationwide services, including trains to London that take only 1hr30mins. The local bus services are plentiful, with Walsall’s bus station housing two smaller stations within it, and when venturing abroad by plane, Birmingham Airport is just 30 minutes away.

Families enjoy Walsall because it has a great selection of education providers for children and young people of all ages. There are many primary and secondary schools within the town, including comprehensives, private schools and academies. Further education is provided for locally by Walsall College, and the University of Wolverhampton has a Sports and Art Campus here.

Walsall has good shopping facilities with several shopping centres available within the town centre, including Saddlers Shopping Centre, The Park Place Shopping Centre and Old Square Shopping Centre. These places provide a good collection of high street names (like Clarks, Boots, Claire’s and Primark) as well as places to eat and drink (like Costa and Greggs). The Victorian Arcade has a lovely collection of independent stores, such as Arcade Florist, Eclipse Records and Life of Dad Boutique, all providing something unique to the town. There are many supermarkets to choose from for the weekly shop, including Morrisons, Lidl, Asda and Sainsbury’s.

There are some fantastic local cafes here, and many people enjoy Chuckery Café, Gardenia and The Table for good food and excellent service. When going out for a meal here there are plenty of choices available. Five Rivers A La Carte provides gourmet Indian cuisine, or you could feast on quality steak at Kabel’s Steakhouse or a variety of delicious dishes at The Littleton. Walsall also has well-known chain restaurants such as TGI Fridays and Bella Italia. When looking for somewhere to go for a drink, you’ll enjoy traditional pubs such as The Fountain Inn and The Black Country Arms, or go for cocktails at places like Memoirs Bar.

Healthcare is well provided for here with several GP services and medical centres, as well as Walsall Manor Hospital, which has an A&E department.

There’s plenty to do locally, and many people appreciate all that Walsall Arboretum has to offer, which includes a play area, skate park, splash pad (in the school holidays), pedalos, a café, fishing and a cricket pavilion, amongst much more. The site was originally opened in 1874 and it covers 170 acres of country park, with Hatherton lake, gardens, sports areas and more.

The town has several cinemas to visit, as well as The New Art Gallery Walsall, Walsall Leather Museum and Walsall Gala Baths. Being just 20 minutes from Birmingham, there’s also everything a big city has to offer within easy reach too.

Market Insights

 
Dharam Dhaliwall - Personal Agent

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Personal Agent

Mon - Fri: 9:30am to 5:30pm Sat: 10am - 3pm Sun: Closed


Sales : 01922 661336

Sales

Lettings : 01922 661336

Lettings


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