Leeds property news: clients ‘sold’ on vote-winning property service from Manning Stainton

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The Crossgates branch of Manning Stainton will definitely get Malcolm Scullion’s vote if he ever decides to move again.

Malcolm has just sold his house in Seacroft through his local branch of the area’s leading estate agent and says the service and support he received from branch co-ordinator Carol Hartley and the rest of the team has been exceptional from start to finish.

“The whole process proved really straightforward thanks to the efforts of everyone at Manning Stainton, and in particular Carol, who was fantastic.

“She was incredibly proactive and ensured everything moved at the pace we wanted, including liaising with the buyer’s solicitors, so we didn’t have to.

“When it comes to choosing an agent to sell my house in the future they can certainly rely on my vote,” says Malcolm.

Lesley Robinson, Manager and Valuer at the Crossgates branch adds: “I am delighted we gave Malcolm such a positive house moving experience.

“Our commitment to top quality customer service is why we are now ranked as a top five estate agent in the UK on allAgents.co.uk, the UK’s largest independent customer review website for estate and letting agents.

“It is clear that when it comes to helping people move we have all bases covered.

“This includes our network of 18 high street branches open seven days a week and a brand new website which is constantly updated with new properties.

“We are also ready to take calls from 8am – 8pm every day so our customers can talk to us at a time convenient to them.”

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