Contact Island Property Consultants

Our location

Address: Island Property Consultants, 3 Auckland Terrace, Parliament Street, Ramsey, Isle of Man, IM8 1AF.
Telephone: 01624 819444
Fax: 01624 819446

Ben Dutnall

IPC’s Director is Ben Dutnall BSc, MRICS, who was elected a Professional Member of The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) in May 1998, register number 103210. IPC is registered under The Estate Agents Act 1975 as an authorized practitioner (Ben Dutnall) in the Isle of Man and holds professional liability insurance as required by The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.



"I've never dealt with a nicer estate agent, efficient, punctual and accompanied every viewing when other agents don't. You made the process of selling my home, easy and enjoyable." (Client, Ramsey)

“Island Property Consultants were the only estate agent to have the hunger to make the sale, the tenacity to make it happen and the professionalism and level of customer service to make us feel informed while being able to relax knowing that they were working for us." (Client, Andreas)

"We have never encountered such a friendly, professional, supportive and proactive estate agents! All our calls were answered immediately and the service was excellent from each and every one of you. Communication skills are everything and your team excelled itself. Val and I would like to say a very big thank you to everyone at Island Property Consultants – we would definitely use you again and recommend you to others." (Client, Sulby)

"Having invited three different Estate Agents to value our property, we were most impressed by Island Property Consultant representatives. We found their enthusiasm and energy refreshing, they inspired confidence and left us feeling they were definitely the firm we wanted to handle our sale. We instructed them immediately and the following day we had five viewings! The viewings did not slow and our home was soon under offer, with contracts exchanged! Professional, focused, determined, attentive - a real ‘breath of fresh air’" (Client, Ballaugh)