We are a national company but still friendly enough to care. Reeds Rains at Wesley Street, Castleford has been successfully run by Rebecca Walker BA (hons) since 1999.
Why have we stood the test of time when others have fallen by the Wayside? It's because we offer a professional service and have many satisfied customers spreading the word of the Reeds Rains experience of excellence. Just look at our Google Reviews. Why not become one of those people? The branch is easily located in the town centre and we are in a fantastic position to meet all your needs with regards to your property.
The branches experienced staff have an abundance of knowledge of the property market in Castleford, Kippax, Burton Salmon, Garforth, Micklefield, Methley, South Milford, Sherburn in Elmet, Fairburn, Ledston, Monk Fryston, Lumby, Great Preston and Allerton Bywater.
The branch is easily located in Castleford within walking distance of the pedestrianised area and within easy reach of the town’s car parks and public transport. Staff at the branch can guide you through all property related processes including free valuations, arranging mortgages, sourcing properties for potential landlords and finding the right tenants. We are also able to arrange conveyancing, energy performance certificates and surveys. The office can provide everything to sell or let your home. The branch is open six days a week including bank holidays. Call 01977 556328 for a chat with one of our friendly staff.
I had dealings with Christina Maw at the Castleford branch, fantastic all round, really receptive and very very helpful, kept me in the know all the way through the sale! highly recommend! Jordan
May 23, 2019
I've just bought my house through Reeds Reins. They were really good, especially janine Robinson ensuring everything went smoothly through for us. She did lots of chasing for both me and the seller helping us achieve our move date.
Apr 24, 2019
Excellent service, Janine Robinson was fantastic! Thank you very much!
May 24, 2019
From its roots as a Roman settlement to a mining town, Castleford is the place to live. With redevelopment still ongoing, the area already has an 'Xscape' entertainment complex, Junction 32 shopping outlet and the Millenium 'S' shaped Castleford bridge over the river Aire. The town itself has plenty to offer including shops, the market, children's parks, cricket, skiing, the cinema, bowling, restaurants and pubs. With lots of new housing developments the town is expanding at a rapid rate.