Estate Agents Congleton, Cheshire - Reeds Rains

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If visiting the branch we respectfully request you wear a face mask and maintain social distancing.

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Reeds Rains Congleton
14 High Street,
CW12 1BD
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Mon - Fri09:00 - 17:30Saturday09:00 - 16:00SundayClosed
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Reeds Rains Estate Agents Congleton

Reeds Rains estate agents Congleton can be found in the heart of the town centre, directly opposite the historic town hall. The Congleton branch covers an extensive area of both Cheshire and Staffordshire and can assist the sale, purchase or rental of property.

Reeds Rains is the largest estate agency in the area and can offer unrivalled marketing and an all encompassing service which is second to none. Whilst we can call upon the resources afforded to us as one of the largest estate agency chain in the UK all of our staff here at Congleton live locally and have connections to the community.

Our team ;not only serve the Congleton area, we also cover the neighbouring areas of Biddulph, Biddulph Moor, Mow cop, Scholar Green and Somerford. In Addition to this, we also have our Personal Agent, Robert Nichol, who is based in this office. He is currently offering a bespoke service to both sellers and buyers alike, across areas such as Sandbach, Alsager, Kidsgrove, Endon, Leek, Cheddleton and beyond

Tim Nixon, senior branch manager at Congleton, along with his well trained team of professional consultants have been selling property in the area for many years and offer an wealth of knowledge and experience.

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Reeds Rains Congleton reviews

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We were selling a family members’ home after they had passed away, this was a difficult time for us as a family but Stacey and her team at Reeds rains made the whole process easy. We were regularly updated and informed of the process at every stage, nothing was too much trouble, I felt genuine empathy from them, A real understanding of our feelings. I have never needed to sell a property before but if I ever need to in the future, I would certainly use reeds rains and specifically Stacey.
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John Barnes
Sep 28, 2021
We had a great experience with Reeds Rains Congleton. I was reassured by their constant support during our property purchase. They were a massive help along the way with the purchase of our home, and I would 100% use them again if we ever want to move again. Thanks to Stacie and all of Reeds Rains Congleton. :)
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Charlotte Danford
Sep 28, 2021
I highly recommend using Reeds Rains Congleton. Nathan Cooper came to value my house and was extremely professional, his selling strategy was excellent and the whole process was seamless and stress free. I would definitely use them in the future!
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Georgia Blue Kenyon
Oct 1, 2021

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We know Congleton

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.