There's a reason we sell more houses

Swoffers is the number one choice for selling your home in Guernsey. Our experienced team will guide you through the process from valuing your property to placing it on the market and preparing your home for sale.


Our strong local knowledge and even stronger customer relationships mean no detail is overlooked.


Our negotiators will visit and use their experience and market research to formulate a realistic valuation of your property.


Our in-house photographer and design team will work with you to prepare a property sales brochure to attract potential buyers.

What makes Swoffers special is our fusion of traditional values and customer service with the latest technology, making them work together to provide the best service to our customers.

Your property will feature on our state-of-the-art website.

Properties are marketed across our network of social media feeds and via direct marketing emails


We pride ourselves on our personal approach. We dedicate time and effort to get to know our vendors and purchasers so we can identify suitable properties as efficiently as possible.

Property brochures are also sent to relevant potential buyers,


Properties are also featured across various digital and printed publications e.g. Guernsey Press, Bailiwick Express and UnderOneRoof.

Your Guernsey Property Sales Partner

We will advise you of any viewings and accompany any potential buyers who wish to look around your home, always with the aim of getting you the best deal.

We will let you know if any of our clients make an offer on your property and will always give you our honest opinion on whether we think the offer is fair and in line with current market conditions.

We will guide you through every step of the process until your property sale completes.

Of all open market property sales
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Average site visits per month
48 years
in business
Looking to buy, sell or rent property in Guernsey? Contact us today

Latest News

Swoffers follows States’ guidance on face coverings
In line with States of Guernsey’s recommendations, Swoffers’ negotiators will carry face coverings with them on viewings and when conducting valuations. Homeowners and clients can feel free to ask our members of staff, who will also observe social distancing, to wear a mask on a visit. Yesterday the CCA announced a number of recommendations in response to rising Covid-19 case...
Three local businesses donate defibrillators to football clubs
Local football clubs St Martin’s AC and Northerners AC, and the GFA training base, now have defibrillators on site thanks to three local businesses. Swoffers, Clicksmith and Spike Productions pledged to ensure that every club in the island had access to the life-saving equipment, after Danish player Christian Eriksen collapsed during his Euro 2020 match against Finland after suffering a...
Experience of a lifetime for Blades flight winner James Wood
Swoffers’ competition winner James Wood was nominated by his wife Emma to fly with the Blades aerobatic team. The painter and decorator has no idea that Emma had put his name forward in our Facebook competition last month, and was blown away when he found out that he had won. The video below goes behind the scenes before, during and...
Swoffers’ competition winner swaps overalls for flight suit
Painter and decorator James Wood will be swapping overalls for a flight suit today as he takes to the skies with the Blades aerobatics team. James won a seat on the flight through a Facebook competition run by Swoffers. An adrenaline junkie, James was thrilled when he found out he had won the competition after being nominated by his partner,...
Record-breaking number of house sales in Q2 of 2021
April to June saw more houses sold than in any other quarter since records began 22 years ago. There were 297 local market transactions during the second quarter of 2021 – 130 more than the previous quarter and 156 more than the same quarter of 2020. ‘The market remains strong, and the challenge continues to be available stock. We’ve seen...