Reeds Rains Estate Agents Salford Quays City Living
Our Salford Quays City Living office opened in 2010 is located on Anchorage Quay just off the waterfront at the Quays itself and is situated close to Media City, the Lowry Theatre and the Lowry Outlet Mall. Our services include residential sales, lettings, property management and mortgage advice from our partners Embrace Financial Services. The office is directly opposite Anchorage Metrolink station and a car park. The branch is managed by Greg Davies who first started with Reeds Rains in 2001.
The branch covers the following areas; Salford Quays, MediaCityUK, Exchange Quay, Ordsall Corridor, Old Trafford, Chapel Street, Middlewood Locks and Firswood.
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Salford Quays City Living
Highly recommend Reeds Rains, especially Todd Nelson and Laura Croft who helped me to sell my house they were both extremely efficient and provided a great service as I could always call in and speak to them whenever I needed to or ring them up in the office as they look after you very well and deal with all concerns and queries you may have with ease. They also updated me constantly throughout the sale process and always made sure I understood what was going on couldn't be more thankful to them both and the reeds rains team.
Feb 29, 2020
Been with Reeds Rains coming up to 3 years, always ready to help when needed. Had a plumbing issue yesterday evening and in less than an hour Amber Tildesley had sorted a contractor to come out first thing. Great service from her, always friendly and ready to help. I would recommend reeds rains to anyone looking to rent in Manchester.
Feb 25, 2020
Very professional and reliable estate agent in Salford Quays, highly recommended. I always had a great experience from the apartment search to the lease renewals. Many thanks to Amber Tildesley who has been supporting me in her role of property manager over the last 3 years. Many thanks!
Originally built by the Manchester Ship Canal Company, Salford Quays was originally part of the Manchester Docks and was opened by Queen Victoria herself in 1894. After their closure as a working dock in 1982, Salford Quays was redeveloped and rebranded. Dams have isolated the areas and improved the quality of the water.