Aldreds have been proud and privileged to act for esteemed builders MHKing & Son for two generations. Over this time Aldreds have assisted in the sale of properties all over the Borough of Great Yarmouth in places such as Gorleston, Belton and Hemsby. Many people in Bradwell will associate MHking & Son with the building of the Cornfields Development which was constructed from the early 1990’s until 2004. However, most recently MHKing & Son have been constructing the popular Kings Drive development situated on the Beccles Road towards the edge of Bradwell. The first sale was agreed in July 2007 with the happy buyers moving in the November. Since then we have sold two & three bedrooms bungalow and two, three & four bedroom houses to many happy customers. Including one of our own team! The popularity of this development is best demonstrated by the fact that the number of resales and people moving after purchasing is way below what is usually expected. This is testament to the quality of the properties and the ability for families to grow in to them. Many of the people who put their houses for sale on Kings Drive are wanting upsize or downsize on the development. However, all good things have to come to an end. We don’t doubt that Kings Drive will remain popular moving forward, however, from a new build point of view this development is nearly complete. We have a small number of two, three & four bedroom properties still for sale. At the time of writing we have two large four bedroom properties for sale at asking prices of £325,000 & £350,000. Now is the time to register your interest in the final few two & three bedroom houses that will come to market through late 2018 and 2019. But don’t despair! If you are not quite ready to buy your new MHKing & Son house yet we have exiting new developments in the planning stage that we hope to release information on in 2019. And we look forward to extending our successful relationship with MHking & Son to the next generation.
Well done to Beatrix who is employee of the month for March. Nominated by Lowestoft office manager Tara. Tara nominated Beatrix as she fought her way in through all of the snow and bad weather at the start of March so that customers could get through to us and have the service they expect. Also she went out of her way on a number of occasions even in her own time out of hours to do her best for Aldreds and more importantly the customer!
This exciting new development of apartments and town houses built by Cripps Developments offers fantastic seaside living and many properties with sea views. If you are interested don’t wait! We are taking reservations now! Call us on 01502 565432 or pop into the Lowestoft office.
A few years ago we made the decision to open all of our town offices sales department till 4pm on Saturday’s. In many parts of the country opening Saturday afternoon is the norm. However, over in Great Yarmouth, Gorleston and Lowestoft most estate agents had reduced their Saturday hours to 9am to 1pm after the recession of the 1990’s and never extended them again. The extra capacity these opening hours have given us for viewings and engaging with customers has had a great effect on business. Saturday just gone being a prime example! We have a property on the market on a multi agency basis. By being the only agent here Saturday afternoon we made a viewing, took the offer and tied up the sale all while our competitors were shut. Thus giving us a valuable sale and a just as valuable happy customer! In a fast passed market it is important to choose an agent who offers you the correct balance of service, expertise and of course….motivation. Always get in touch with us if you are thinking of selling, buying or renting.
The importance of using an agent with strong local knowledge was demonstrated this week by our esteemed colleagues at Hatched estate agents. They are advertising a property in Bradwell as ‘Three miles from Berney Arms train station’. Now I don’t doubt the property may lay three miles from Berney Arms station as the crow flies. However, making that journey across the marshes and swimming/wading through Breydon Water may not be recommended and I would suggest that it may result in the person trying to do it missing their train! Indeed they may never take a train again! Also bearing in mind that Berney Arms has no roads other than farm tracks leading to it this may not be a viable station for commuters. At Aldreds we have strong local knowledge that allows us to match our buyers to properties we are selling with skill and precision. We have local trained staff many with National Association of Estate Agents qualifications. We pride ourselves on our professionalism and having happy customers who use us over and over again.