Estate Agents in Bury St Edmunds

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Estate Agents in Bury St Edmunds
Established for over 40 years, Bedfords Estate Agents have offices in Bury St Edmunds, throughout East Anglia and Mayfair. We are the independent area specialists.
LilianeM said
Great family business
Specialists in character properties, Sheridans Estate Agents in Bury St Edmunds cover the East Anglia region. Established in 2002, Sheridans are an independent estate agent who know the area and its properties well.
Mrs S said
Mrs S - Sold her property in Ixworth & also purchased a property in Bury "I decided to use Sheridans for the sale of my house last year and it was a wise choice! Not only did they facilitate the sale of the house in record time, but then managed the sale process extremely efficiently. My buyers were relocating from Canada and there were several tricky issues to resolve: Sheridans resolved these with tact and diplomacy. I was fortunate to also buy my current house through Sheridans who again proved their worth with their wonderful customer service. An honest, hardworking and professional bunch: such a refreshing change!"
Tennens Properties Ltd
based in Bury St Edmunds, Tennens Properties are independent and proactive estate agents whose local knowledge and dedicated marketing approach will help you achieve a quick sale and a good price for your property.
Elle S said
What can I say about this estate agent. I rented a flat off this agency last June for nearly £800pcm; upon arriving in the flat I was confronted several issues, the main problem was the bathroom. The bath panel was broken and the plug was broken. At first I was very impressed by the landlord coming to get the panel and plug within two days. I was then left without a panel and plug for nearly three weeks, I was calling Tennens regularly and was called “an immature little girl” and “impatient”. When it finally came back I was on holiday, upon my return I found the loo running with water. I assumed that whoever brought the panel and plug back must have used my loo and broken a valve. I then had a water bill to pay after five days of running water. The next problem was the blacklisting. The previous tenant had not paid any of the bills on the property and I had to sort ALL of this out. I had to pay Scottish Power £75 per month until I had earnt a lower direct debit, living on your own this was a ridiculous cost. I had to prove to sky that I wasn’t the previous owner! Once I thought this was sorted I started getting final demand letters. Then one day the bailiffs arrived, living alone I was terrified and the agents did nothing. It was horrible! The washing machine broke next and the man who fixed it told me that the whole machine stank of weed, that gives you an insight into the previous tenant. Earlier this year a private investigator turned up, I had to show him my ID before he left, he even confessed he had been sat outside for hours. As a single woman living alone you can imagine my horror. To top off what can only be described as a horrifying experience for the final few months of my tenancy I had a flat that stank of drains, even though it was reported by me and picked up on by the deposit check, it was never fixed. On my final checkout, they even had the nerve to charge me for cleaning lime scale and dirty windows, which I have had to live with for the last 8 months as it is impossible to remove and clean. My only advice is to AVOID the agent at all costs, especially if you are living alone.
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