Guernsey Estate Agents

With over 40 years of experience, Swoffers are Guernsey’s largest and most established estate agent, offering the widest selection of Local Market, Open Market and rental property.

Latest News

17/01/2021
Guernsey housing market sails through global pandemic
While 2020 was one of the most difficult any of us will remember, the housing market in Guernsey thrived. Latest property sales figures show that just short of 100 open market properties were sold during the year, of which Swoffers sold 53%. There were 1,017 local market houses sold in 2020, with Swoffers selling one in four. ‘After a cautious...
15/01/2021
Lack of rental property is creating a challenge
The island’s stock of rental property has dwindled to a new low, causing issues for people looking for both temporary and permanent accommodation. With only a handful of properties on any local estate agent website, the picture is bleak for those who are not in a position to buy. ‘It’s very difficult for a lot of people right now, whether...
12/01/2021
Rental property demand higher than ever
The last year has presented some incredibly testing times, unparalleled in post-war times, but Guernsey’s unwavering community spirit, all of the wonderful critical workers and concise direction from our government, has placed the island in a strong position for the year ahead. The property market as a whole was incredibly busy throughout 2020, rentals being no exception. As a result...
04/12/2020
Swoffers publishes latest Open Market property and lifestyle magazine
Swoffers’ latest Open Market property and lifestyle magazine has just been published. With Dr Nicola Brink MBE as our cover star, and the widest range of Open Market properties for sale or rent, the magazine offers a great mix of interesting articles and details of potential new homes. Guernsey’s new Chief Minister Peter Ferbrache shares his thoughts on the future...
25/11/2020
Proposals to increase capital gains tax in UK could make Guernsey an even more attractive relocation proposition
Proposed changes to rates of capital gains tax in the UK could well provide another reason to consider relocating to Guernsey. UK Chancellor Rishi Sunak recently commissioned a report which recommends a major overhaul of capital gains tax or CGT. The report highlights measures that could raise up to £14bn in additional taxes and plug a hole in the UK...
Relocating to Guernsey

Breathtaking beauty, a laid-back lifestyle, security and stability are just a few of the reasons why nearly 60,000 people are proud to call the island of Guernsey their home.