I recently purchased a house through Reeds Rains Congleton. It was not a “straight forward” purchase as we were returning to the UK from the USA after many years away. I must say that Emily who managed many aspects of the purchase was excellent with her support, knowledge and professionalism and at times diffused challenging circumstances. Emily’s commitment to the many issues placed before her was such that our confidence and trust in Reeds Rains became exceptional. Emily is a compliment to your company and I trust that you will share our sincere thanks for a job well done.
Jun 27, 2019
My husband and I have just sold our house through Reeds Rain and were very impressed with the service received. When we initially went in we were greeted by Megan who sat us down and asked us what we were looking for and explained the whole selling/buying process to us, which was very useful and helped put our minds st ease. Through the whole process we also spoke with Stacie & Rob who kept us up to date with regard to the viewings and the selling of our house. We used Tim to arrange our mortgage. He put our minds at ease and made the process very simple for us every step of the way. He took care in finding us the best deal and arranged everything from start to finish. We would like to say a big thank you to all the team at Reeds Rains for making our sale as stress free as possible !
Apr 30, 2019
Thank you to the Reeds Reins Team for helping us to let our flat within 3 weeks of being advertised. Great support and advice was given. The staff were knowledgeable and always returned my calls promptly.
Jul 31, 2019
Congleton is a beautiful market town which once earned itself the nickname of 'Beartown'. The story goes that in the 1620s bear baiting had become a popular sport. The town found itself unable to attract large crowds to its bear baiting contests because its bear was old, and a little feeble. The town which lacked the money to pay for a new, more aggressive bear, decided to use the money it had been saving for a new bible in the church. The younger bear brought crowds of spectators to the town and the influx of money was used to buy the bible the town had been saving for. Unfortunately when rumours of this reached the neighbouring towns, the story got a little corrupted and Congleton became the town that sold a bible to buy a bear.