Aykroyd & Co
London, United Kingdom
Prime Central London
Legal Advisory Services
Hannah Aykroyd launched Aykroyd & Co in Spring 2018, and completed more than £60 million in PCL residential transactions in her inaugural year.
This should come as no surprise. As an alumna director of gold-standard property agency VanHan, Aykroyd brings with her over a decade of experience, along with an extraordinary track record and network.
‘The London market is complex and competitive,’ says Aykroyd. ‘Having a trusted advisor with excellent connections and the ability to identify the vendor’s pressure points and negotiate firmly is incredibly important.’
Aykroyd has won the loyalty of her HNW clients by unearthing exceptional off market opportunities and then ensuring the smooth completion of transactions through attention to detail, discretion, and customer care that goes above and beyond.
Hannah Aykroyd is Founder and MD of exclusive Aykroyd & Co, an independent, boutique residential property advisory firm focusing solely on protecting the buyer’s interests.
One client has described Hannah as having ‘the tenacity of a terrier with a fantastic nose for a deal’, and ‘exactly the person you want on your side when buying a London investment’.
‘We offer a highly intensive service, and each member of the team looks after no more than 4-6 clients simultaneously,’ explains Aykroyd. ‘Our clients’ main issue is often a lack of time. We preview 40-50 properties on our clients’ behalf ahead of the first tour. This is time-consuming for us, but it is very efficient for our clients, who know we’re only presenting the very best properties that fully meet their brief.’
Aykroyd has been joined at Aykroyd & Co by former VanHan colleague Sophie Bonsor and Edward Towers MRICS. Between them, they have nearly 50 years’ of experience. ‘Having a close-knit team of highly-qualified professionals allows us to offer a truly personal service with the utmost discretion,’ says Aykroyd. ‘Advising clients at every step of the transaction, and sharing a journey with them that often goes beyond completion.’