Estate and letting agents in Wales

Buy, sell or let your property with Hunters

The Hunters network of over 200 branches nationwide is slowly expanding into Wales. Our offices that currently operate under the brand work across two key locations currently in south and mid-Wales. If you want to buy, sell or let a property in these areas, our local teams are on hand to offer advice and the quality service you need for a hassle-free experience.

In Wales, we can help you buy, sell or let a house in Bridgend, Ogmore Vale and Llandrindod Wells.

Our services 
• Free valuation, either through virtual methods or in person

• Expert marketing packages to showcase your property in the best light

• Lettings services including tenant find and fully managed

• End-to-end sale including 24/7 access to your own customer portal to track the progress of your sale, right through to completion.

• Residential Block Management

Why choose Hunters

Reach the largest market 

As standard, we advertise your property on our website as well as Zoopla, Rightmove and other key portals. As well as the portals, you can benefit from Hunters’ own buyers and tenants nationally also, a strength of choosing a network. Our auction principle stipulates the more interest we can generate, the better price for you whether selling or letting. Reach a large audience, drive competition, get a better price. That’s what we do.

Local Experts 

Our agencies are locally owned, by people who know their local area. They know exactly how to appeal to local buyers and tenants as they live there themselves and know all about the prices, amenities and locations of each and every property.

Decades of experience 

Our agents in Wales have been established in their local areas for over 30 years. The offices pride themselves on their professional and friendly approach and know the business of property better than anybody else.  

Exceptional service 

Our branches are specially trained to provide you with outstanding customer service. Our Customer Service Team is on hand to make sure you’re happy. If there is something wrong, they’ll put it right. Our branches in Wales have over 96% customer satisfaction meaning your property is in the very best hands.

Professional marketing 

We want your property to look its best, regardless of weather and time of year, so we offer a range of professional marketing packages to help your property stand out from the crowd. This includes photographs, floorplans, virtual tours, drone images and more.  

You only pay us if we’re successful 

We only get paid when your sale completes, or your tenants pick up the keys. This means we’re motivated right to the end unlike some agents that charge up front.

Free property valuation

Find out how much your property is worth.

Whether you’re looking to sell or let your property, we can tell you how much it’s worth.  Choose from our free instant online valuation to get an estimated value and snapshot of everything you need to know. 

Alternatively, book a free home visit valuation for an accurate assessment.  This is always our recommendation and our local agents look forward to seeing you.

Book a valuation today

Book a free property valuation with Hunters

Residential Block Management

We provide specialist leasehold block and freehold estate management services to RMCs and freeholders covering South Wales.

Our service is flexible and personal; we can provide a consultation service or a full management package, capturing all essential services required for the life cycle of your property’s maintenance. You can be as involved as much or as little as you want. If you are looking to switch providers, we will take the necessary actions needed for a smooth handover. We also understand the need for total transparency in how your funds are managed.

As every property is unique, you can expect a bespoke, specialist service from us.

  • Property management
  • Service charge administration
  • A transparent and realistic budget
  • An interactive client portal
  • Health and safety
  • Fast, responsive and attentive service
  • Compliance
  • Routine and one-off repairs
  • Maintenance
  • Management packages tailored to your needs
  • Experience in managing all types of property
  • Local expertise you can trust


Hunters Bridgend

Luke and his team in Bridgend have been in business over 10 years now in Wales. Helping you buy, sell or let all across Bridgend and the wider area.

Visit Hunters Bridgend

Hunters Mid-Wales (Llandrindod Wells)

Previously Gwalia Properties, Hunters Mid-Wales joined Hunters with a vision to grow their business across Wales. A family business, with years of experience, why go anywhere else.

Visit Hunters Mid-Wales

See what our customers say

Luke, Debbie and the team have managed my letting property for many years now and I am very pleased with the service. The property has never been empty for more than a few days between tenants, I receive the rent on time every month, and they deal with any issues arising in a prompt and professional manner. It makes life easy and relaxed for me!

P. Fairgreave

We have had the pleasure of dealing with Luke and the team at Hunters, Pencoed (formerly Freshstart), for a number of years. We have always returned to them because of their friendly, professional and helpful service. We would definitely recommend them to anyone looking to rent or sell a property.

A. Burnard

The staff at Hunters in Llandrindod are quite simply amazing. They work so hard for their clients. Paul has a great knowledge of the local area and a real talent for “matching” buyers and properties. He also has a sensible grasp on local pricing meaning that properties that they sell are less likely to fall through due to undervaluations by mortgage company surveyors. In addition to this their after sales service is second to none. Rachel chases everything with absolutely everyone and updates you regularly on progress. I can not recommend these guys enough. Use them! You will not regret it!

K. Light

We can't praise Hunters enough! Moving once is stressful enough, but we have just moved twice from permanent to temporary to permanent again, together with a 200+ mile distance! Hunters were very professional, knowledgeable and enormously helpful. Highly recommended.

L. Sheppard

About Wales

Industry in Wales has undergone great change throughout the 20th Century and into the 21st. At the turn of the 20th Century, in the south of Wales the focus was heavily placed upon the coal and steel trades, and in the north the focus was heaped upon the slate industry. Additionally, these two industries and the increased traffic they caused led to a thriving maritime industry. As British manufacturing decreased, Wales was forced to adopt new industries quickly. As such, although the coal and heavy manufacturing industries have now faded away, they have been replaced with more tourism and public services, which are now the main employers within Wales. This growth has resulted in the unemployment rate in Wales being on the decline, and has now fallen below 5%.

Beyond the stunning scenery, industrial heritage and various thriving local cultures, Wales is a fantastic property location for so many reasons. For those seeking a busy city lifestyle Cardiff could be your next dream home, the average house price in Cardiff is under £220,000 as opposed to London’s £660,000 price tag! With that said, the property market in Cardiff is booming with the average house price value in the capital increasing by £43,000 in the last 5 years! But, if you’re not feeling like delving into Cardiff, the whole of Wales boasts an average house price of £179,907 and there are so many beautiful towns and villages to choose from. Furthermore, with a population of 3.1 million, Wales is busy enough that you can meet new people everyday, but equally, you can hide from the crowds easily. No matter where you decide to be in Wales, you’re only ever a couple of hours away from the capital. So, you can explore the country’s incredible beaches on the weekend and enjoy the city thrawl during the week, or vice versa. Although Wales is geographically smaller than the other countries in Great Britain, it’s packed with so much art, history and culture. For something a bit more out there, try visiting the world’s largest yearly Elvis festival, located in the picturesque coastal town of Porthcawl.