Estate Agents St Helens, Merseyside - Reeds Rains

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We are open

We are available over the phone or via email during our usual opening times. If you would like to visit us in branch, please phone us to make an appointment.

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Reeds Rains St Helens
15-17 Barrow Street,
St Helens,
WA10 1RX
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Mon - Wed09:00 - 17:30Thursday09:30 - 17:30Friday09:00 - 17:30Saturday09:00 - 16:00SundayClosed
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Reeds Rains Estate Agents St Helens

Located in the heart of St Helens town centre, the Reeds Rains estate agency branch provides a range of services to clients that include residential sales, lettings financial services, and conveyancing. Several public car parks are available if you are driving in to see us, or there are various bus routes into the town centre.

Find out about how we've recently expanded our area further east across Warrington; to include the areas of Great Sankey, Lowton, Westbrook, Culcheth, Penketh and Stockton Heath.

The Reeds Rains team have real expertise of the St Helens market and can give an accurate rental valuation. Crucially, this means that landlords avoid their property standing empty for a significant period.

If you are a landlord looking to invest in a property to let out we can help. We can advise what tenants are looking for, and how to find a property that is going to work best for you.

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Reeds Rains St Helens reviews

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Thank you to Jen, Jane, Emily and the team at Reeds Rains for their support during my recent house purchase. From the offset, it was clear that they care about their clients and were extremely helpful, calm and reassuring during the entire process. A stressful situation towards the end, was greatly alleviated by their support and fantastic communication. Thank you very much all, I greatly appreciate all that you have done.
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Claire
Apr 11, 2022
Elizabeth was very understanding to my situation and did every she could to help me. Thanks Beth!
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Marie McGahey
Apr 29, 2022
Selling a house is a notoriously difficult time, but the whole process of selling our property with Reeds Rains was easy. Everything was handled professionally, efficiently and was a completely stress free experience for us. I honestly can't fault Emily and her team. Emily always kept us in the loop with regular comms and was always helpful and friendly. Thank you for everything.
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Julie French
May 6, 2022

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We know St Helens

Originally an industrial town that flourished during its years as a centre for coal mining and glass making, St Helens has now settled down to life as a commercial town, although the largest employer in the area is still the glass maker, Pilkington's. St Helens is divided into the quarters of the original four townships, which have both period developments new builds, although the centre of the town is mostly made up terraced housing which dates back to the late 19th century and  through to the 1930's.