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Peter Hornor MRICS

Partner, Property Auctions

Peter Hornor is the fifth generation of his family to work in the Norwich office and is a partner of the firm and head of Norwich Residential Services. He was previously a partner in the family business, Francis Hornor & Son, leading up to the merger with Brown&Co. A chartered surveyor and auctioneer, he qualified 25 years ago and specialises in both residential agency and professional work and runs the successful Norwich auction department. Previously Peter worked in London as a surveyor and then was a resident land agent in Norfolk. His varied interests include cricket, hockey, sailing, tennis, skiing and 20th Century British history.

Norwich office

The Atrium, St George's Street,

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News from Peter

Under the Hammer August 2016

Thu 18 Aug 2016

We are fast heading towards the end of the summer holidays and are busy preparing the lots for inclusion in our next sale at the beginning of October. More »

Activity in Norfolk Post Brexit

Sat 06 Aug 2016

Activity in Norfolk Post Brexit from Peter Hornor. More »

Tips For Auction Presentation And Marketing

Thu 04 Aug 2016

It hardly seems possible, but looking through my file I see that I have been writing auction articles for the EDP for the last 10 years! More »

Saham Lodge, Thetford

Tue 07 Jun 2016

Partner Peter Horner shows Christian from Mustard TV around a property in Norfolk coming up for auction with Brown&Co - A Grade II listed character house in need of total refurbishment within grounds of 15 acres. More »

Aide Memoire to buying and selling at auction

Fri 11 Mar 2016

The auction process continues to gather momentum in our region, with and more buyers and sellers alike seeing this option as a means of unlocking value and making things happen over a short time frame. More »

Under The Hammer

Fri 19 Feb 2016

Today we launch our advertising campaign for our spring sale at the end of March and the auction department here in our Norwich office are delighted with the entries we have. More »