Aston Rowe was founded by Billy Rowe and Luke Simpson, two experienced
property professionals, who had been living and working in West London for many
years. United by a desire to offer local property owners a better experience, better
service and better results than they were getting, they decided to start from
scratch, and create an agency their clients deserved and of which they could really
Both partners have over 15 years experience selling houses right here. It's not
something you can short cut. Our perspective is both deep and broad. We track
trends in the market - nationally, London-wide and at a local street-by-street leve.
And we've developed a profound understanding of what kinds of people are buying
what kinds of property, where, and for how much, by doing our homework, but also
from spending time with the people who live here, every day, for years.
We’ve deliberately fostered a different culture at Aston Rowe from that we
experienced in other agencies we’ve worked in. While we make a point of hiring
individuals, not automatons, and our team is as diverse as it is lively, we’ve taken
care to hire people who, while they are driven and hardworking, are also real team
players. We make sure that everone understands that we’ll succeed only if we pull
together, that our clients needs come first, and that we’ll have a better working
environment and happier clients if we help each other out. We think you’ll feel it
when you meet us.
It’s our motto. But what do we mean? First, it’s an encouragement to our clients to
demand the service and results you deserve. For us, it’s a commitment to
continuous improvement, to never rest on our laurels, to stay hungry, enterprising,
honest, and ambitious – for ourselves and our clients. It’s also a rallying cry to our
industry, whose questionable reputation hasn’t always been without foundation.
And finally, it’s a desire to do our bit for the world we live in, through meaningful,
tangible support for those in our communities who really need it. So to you, to
ourselves, to the competition, and for those left behind, we say, Do Better.