Shefford estate agents and property experts Nick and James regularly work in and around Shefford. We intrinsically understand the property market in the town, providing the perfect fit to sell your home.
Shefford is a very a popular character town in Bedfordshire with a superb range of residential houses and apartments to fit every budget.
Shefford in conveniently located only 22 miles East of Milton Keynes. It is in easy reach of other major cities and towns, including Bedford, Cambridge and Luton.
Shefford is a wonderful location to live and with the added benefits of a wide variety of local amenities, shops and good schooling. So, there are plenty strong selling points that make Shefford as popular as it is today.
Selling your Shefford home
If you have made the decision that you would like to get the ball rolling to sell your property in Shefford, then you may be asking the question, where do I start?
Selecting the right Shefford estate agent
Firstly, it is important to engage with an experienced Shefford estate agent. The estate agent you engage must completely understand the Shefford property market. This is where Wellington Evans can help. As a local Shefford estate agent, we have been successfully selling properties in the local area for many years. In that time, we’ve built a thorough understanding of the Shefford housing market.
Throughout the entire sales process, we ensure that everyone is kept fully up to date on the progress of the property sale. These include:
- Detailed property valuations
- Creating tailored marketing strategies
- Co-ordinating all promotional activities
- Arranging open days
- Overseeing the offers
- Managing and communicating solicitor requests
- Sharing the details required for completion to exchange.
We pride ourselves on focussing on customer satisfaction. We will ensure that your property is sold at the right price and in the right time to make sure you are thrilled with the results.
A little about Shefford
Shefford is a small town and civil parish situated in Central Bedfordshire. Shefford’s population has only slightly increased in recent years. It had a population of 4,928 in 2001, increasing to an estimated 5,881 in 2011.
Shefford is located with the River Flit and the River Hit both running through the town. A colourful variety of character buildings in the town centre make it an attractive place to live and work.
Shefford is also very conveniently located to enjoy easy access to the major roads of the A1 and A6, servicing the commuters that need to drive north or south for work.