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Reeds Rains estate agents Carrickfergus branch is located on the High Street in the town itself, not far from Carrickfergus Castle. Our vastly experienced team of five offer expert advice on all aspects of property and all live locally which is great when local knowledge is required. The areas this branch cover apart from Carrickfergus itself are Whitehead and Greenisland.
A big thank you to the professional yet friendly team at this branch for all their help and hard work! Always very approachable and helpful with every aspect of our house sale and purchase. Nothing was ever too much bother for them, the guidance and advice we received along the way was invaluable. We received excellent support and understanding from the girls and would highly recommend them.
Nov 28, 2018
Fantastic service both buying and selling. Great communication and very professional and yet friendly attitude from all the staff. Couldn’t recommend highly enough. All staff extremely efficient with a very difficult case. Totally recommend 😊
Nov 27, 2018
I was renting a property through reeds rains in carrickfergus and can honestly say they where the most helpful staff. I had a great time renting through this estate agency and my whole time in the rented property couldn't of gone smoother. I also used reeds rains to purchase my first house they made everything so simple and helped me and my girlfriend so much along the way. I highly recommend them and couldn't be more happy with the service they provided. Thank you.
Carrickfergus or as it is commonly referred to locally as 'Carrick', sits on the shoreline of Belfast Lough, approximately 10 miles from Belfast City Centre. The town is predominately a commuter town offering excellent public transport facilities with both bus and rail networks. Carrickfergus boasts some superb tourist attractions with areas of natural beauty, brushing a picturesque coastline and historical 12th century Norman Castle that overshadows an ancient harbour and town centre enclosed within 16th Century stone walls