5 agents found
Tel: 029 2243 0124 Local call rate
- Sales, Lettings and Property Management for all areas of Cardiff - Comprehensive web and press advertising at highly competitive fees - Professional team dedicated to providing excellent customer service - Viewings and valuations available any time, 7 days a week - Up-to-date internet and office technology give our clients the edge!
Tel: 029 2243 0171 Local call rate
Darlows is an independently owned estate agency, part of the Spicerhaart group of over 160 branches. We combine our specialist local knowledge with the support of a national company and pride ourselves on providing our clients with an unrivalled service. We want to get to know you, so talk to us about your priorities and we’ll make them ours. Our local network covers key areas in South Wales through professionally staffed sales and lettings offices. read more
Buying: 029 2243 0288 Local call rateLetting: 029 2079 7919 Local call rate
Moving is a busy and exciting time and we're here to make sure the experience goes as smoothly as possible by giving you all the help you need under one roof. The company has always used computer and internet technology, but the company's biggest strength is the genuinely warm, friendly and professional approach that we offer all of our clients.
Tel: 029 2243 0234 Local call rate
As the one of the largest estate agents in Wales we have worked hard to continue our ethos of the company as set in 1965. As we celebrate our 50th year in 2015, we are proud to be a company that still provides service with a personal touch. We believe that to keep providing exceptional service we have to evolve, our 50 years in business, 26 branches and the thousands of properties we sell each year is testament to that
Tel: 029 2243 0591 Local call rate
At Peter Alan we provide a variety of different levels of letting services to suit your needs, whether you are a professional landlord, or letting your own home, we can help. We are proud to have been crowned ‘Wales Letting Agency of the Year’ by the Sunday Times for three consecutive