Swoffers reveals new image

Swoffers has today unveiled a brand-new image. Incorporating a key into our logo and the tagline ‘the key to Guernsey property’ better reflects who we are and what we do. ‘The quality of our people, our local knowledge and our passion has never been questioned. Nor has our ability to listen and react to the ever-changing property market in the…


Swoffers volunteer for Guernsey Welfare

Last year during the first lockdown, the Swoffers team offered up our time and our company vehicles to help Guernsey Welfare as volunteers for an essential food delivery service across the Island. Guernsey Welfare was founded in 1896 and is non-judgemental service that helps many islanders on low incomes by providing them resources to stay fed and warm when they most…


New Covid-19 guidelines and restriction 22.01.21

In line with the latest www.gov.gg Public Health Advice our office is now closed until further notice. We are all now working from home and will continue to provide as many of our services as possible and will continue to support all our clients to the best of our ability. Our Office Hours are Monday to Friday 09.00 to 17.30 and Saturday 09.00…



A week of smiles and surprises

It’s been another successful Random Acts of Kindness Week. The Smile for Georgie Foundation partnered with Swoffers and Island FM to provide a different act of kindness on each day. On Monday, new mums on Loveridge Ward were all given a special pamper pack to help spread some happiness and smiles. On Tuesday is was the turn of bus users…


Property sales highest since 2007

The recently published Q4 property prices bulletin confirms that 2019 was a busy year on both the local and open markets. The total number of local market sales in 2019 was 845, 35 more than in 2018 and the highest annual total since 2007. ‘Swoffers had a record year in 2019 and that trend is continuing in 2020,’ said Scott…


Property sales highest for more than a decade

Local Market property sales in 2019 were the highest since 2007 according to the latest figures from Unusualities of Guernsey, an independent compiler of local conveyancing statistics. Local market sales were up by 51% on 2015 – the height of the financial crisis. In total, there were 879 local market sales in 2019 – 34 more than in 2018, equating…


Swoffers goes global

With all the political uncertainty, both in the UK and further afield, it’s safe to say that Guernsey remains an attractive jurisdiction to settle in. The island not only offers favourable tax options when relocating but provides a wonderful lifestyle and quality of life that rivals most other jurisdictions. It’s a safe place to live; it’s a secure and stable…