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.
From start to finish- a fab experience. Lynsay was so professional and reassuring and obviously knows her job inside out. Our house sold within one week and 8 weeks later we are moving to our new home. We were kept up to date by both Debbie and Lisa throughout so therefore the stress of moving, to us, has been zero! Reeds Rains are worth every penny - couldn't recommend highly enough.
Mar 5, 2020
The team at Reed Rains have been fantastic support throughout the process of buying our first home.
As first time buyers we've asked a lot of questions and the team have been quick to respond via email, kept us up to date on progress and continuously advised what the next steps are.
We'll definitely use in future (should we ever want to leave our new home that is!) Thank you again for all your help.
Mar 6, 2020
The Reed Rains team in Carrickfergus were professional, efficient, friendly and helpful. Nothing was ever too much trouble, they answered all our questions quickly and were excellent at keeping us up to date with with the progress of our sale and purchase. It took us a while to find the right property for us but the whole experience felt fairly stress free which was down to the professionalism of Lynsey, Debbie and the rest of the team. I'd highly recommend them.
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