I’m a great believer of recognition and credit where credit’s due, Emily we can’t thank you enough. You have been instrumental in making this whole process of selling our old house and moving into our new dream happen. This is first for us selling our home and moving and your professionalism has been excellent, making the process stress free and easy. Your communication with us had been fantastic, always getting back to us promptly and in your absence ensuring that we have point of contact. Stacie has been lovely too. I would highly recommend Reeds Rains and and you are a credit to the company.
Nov 11, 2019
We were very impressed with the service we received from Emily. She was highly professional, proactive and quick to respond to our queries - and also lovely to deal with. The purchase went very smoothly. Thank you Emily (and also to Megan for showing us round on our first visit)! A 5 star service.
Dec 2, 2019
I want to say thank you. I had Robert come to do a valuation of my late Mothers house. Whilst we will be selling in the future, he was sensitive to the fact that we need time to handle all of her affairs before we take the step of selling her home. He was professional, sensitive and wasn't pushy at all. Thank you Robert. When we do come to sell, I hope you will represent us.
Nov 30, 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.