Reeds Rains estate agents Yardley is situated at the “Yew Tree” area of Yardley, a short distance from the Swan Island on the Coventry Road (A45). The office itself occupies a prominent corner plot at the junction of Church Road and Yew Tree Lane.
There is plenty of street parking close by to the office and bus stops around the corner so access to the office is straight forward.
Excellent estate agents. Was really let down by Dixon's in Sheldon so switched to Reeds Rains to help us sell our house. All the team were lovely - friendly, helpful and professional. They got us a good buyer and kept us informed throughout. Special mention to Kevin who was so wonderful, genuine and knowedgable. Highly recommend. You won't be disappointed by the service they provide.
Nov 19, 2019
We've just completed on our first ever home thanks to Reed Rains Yardley.. we are first time buyers and have pretty much no clue as to how this all works. The entire team have made this entire process as swift and stress-free as possible.. we came into branch after having a negative experience with another agent (ahem!) and Kevin immediately put us at ease. We felt comfortable asking questions and felt as though they did the best they could to enable us to buy; we didn't feel pressured into going with their broker (another agent did this!) and completed within two months of seeing the property-that too with Xmas holidays in between..Fay went above and beyond to communicate with the vendor on our behalf in regards to the finer details of the sale.. honestly I could go on but Kevin, Fay, Nicola and Nicky are assets to the profession! Thank you once again! Aisha and Imran
Feb 5, 2019
This branch provides an excellent service. All the staff have the same consistent approach. Thanks guys for all your help it’s really appreciated.
Yardley is a District of the City of Birmingham, in the West Midlands, with a history that goes back many centuries. The Village of Yardley grew up around the Church of St Edburgha's, which remains at the heart of the conservation area where clears signs still remain of the old farm, the blacksmith, the butchers, and other aspects of day to day village life.