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.
Cannot recommend Carrickfergus Branch enough. So professional from start to finish. Nothing was too much trouble. Debbie in particular was so efficient and made both our sale and purchase with Reeds Rains effortless.
May 14, 2019
Reeds Rains are fantastic ,that adjective doesn't begin to describe how helpful, understanding, diligent and professional they are,we canvassed 4.estate agents in carrickfergus and without a, doubt we picked the best, when they say they will do something, you can trust it will be done, they are always working on your behalf, through lunch time and even out of office hours. Now let's have a special mention of the A TEAM Lynsey Alia and Debbie, Without them guiding us and holding are hand figuratively speaking, we don't know how we would have got through this, particularly as the A TEAM, had to deal with our solicitor who we are very unhappy with. If any of our friends want to buy or sell a house (we were the vendor) I will implore them to use Reeds Rains, Many thanks Elaine & Kerry
May 1, 2019
Excellent service received from Lisa and the team. Professional, efficient and extremely helpful. Lisa especially went out of her way to ensure a smooth letting experience. Thank you.
May 15, 2019
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