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 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.
We’re warning landlords in St Helens not to over-price their properties. This turns off tenants and leads to long void periods. 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, don’t be tempted to cut corners. We advise choosing a quality property to avoid difficulties further down the line. Talk to us – we can tell you what tenants are looking for, and how to find a property that is fit to be let out.
Victoria Simms arranged our mortgage.
There were several issues that arose, due to other parties that caused us a lot of stress.
Victoria was just fantastic, supporting us through it all. She followed up with other parties constantly and always kept us informed. She really went over and above for us and we cannot thank her enough.
Victoria is an asset to Reeds Rains and I would highly recommend her to anyone looking for a mortgage.
Apr 4, 2018
We recently re-mortgaged with reeds rains, we needed a fast completion so that work could start on building the house extension asap. Sandi was our mortgage advisor and she was excellent from start to finish, a great laugh and professional, she worked tirelessly to make sure everything went smoothly and also helped us get a better deal on life insurance. I highly recommend the service provided.
Feb 26, 2018
I went to view a property for rent which Reeds Rains had available prior to the Christmas period. I was met at the property by Kayleigh who was punctual and friendly and dealt with me in a very customer focused and professional manner. She was also very knowledgeable and able to answer all the questions I had on the house and the local area.
The house was almost perfect however the second bedroom was a little on the small side so unfortunately was not suitable. The service I received was outstanding and I would recommend to all.
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.