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Hello, I'm Anthony and the Branch Manager here at Your Move Wellington. I have worked with Your Move for over 17 years and have a vast knowledge of the estate agency business and the local market. I overlook both Sales & Lettings and prides myself on hard work & customer service.
My office has previously won gold in the property awards and my staff have a wealth of knowledge from over 50 years experience and their locality to the branch. The office itself has been in Wellington for over 19 years and is located in a prominent position on the corner of Market Street and Bridge Street, offering free parking to customers and easy accessibility on foot.
We offer a full range of services from buying, selling and conveyancing to lettings or financial services, working alongside our partners Embrace Financial Services. We cover a host of postcodes including, and not limited to, TF1 through to TF11. Our staff have a vast knowledge of the Telford market and approach all our buyers and sellers with a positive, enthusiastic and proactive manor.
We offer an excellent marketing package to include professional photography, floorplans, premium listings on Rightmove, Zoopla and the your-move websites, together with the recent addition of social media marketing, in particular the facebook homebooster getting your property in front of over 4000 buyers. Please call in to see us and discuss how we can make a difference to the way your property is marketed. Working on a No Sale No Commission basis, we only get paid on results not promises. There is no better advertising for us than a sold board!
Wellington is a market town in the unitary authority of Telford and Wrekin and ceremonial county of Shropshire, England and now forms part of the new town of Telford, with which it has gradually become contiguous. It is situated 3.5 miles Northwest of central Telford and 12 miles east of Shrewsbury.
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