Muddy says: 21st century estate agents: proactive, responsive, with unparalleled local knowledge and offering a truly personalised service
Cathy Morris-Adams and Sue Macey are a new breed of estate agents.
They believe that buying a new home is more than just the bricks and mortar (or in Somerset, the stone) – it can be buying into a new lifestyle.
So as well as knowing the towns, villages – and most importantly, the properties – in the area like the backs of their hands (they’ve lived here for years and have a massive network of contacts), they can give buyers all the inside gen. They’re the first to know about new properties coming onto the market, too.
If you’re selling, they’ll take amazing photos of your home (it’ll look so good you might change your mind about moving); use clever online marketing to reach the right buyers; and they always give vendors detailed feedback on viewings.
Once a deal has been made, they make sure that the rest of the process is as easy and seamless as possible.
Dynamic: proactive, responsive, there’s no sitting around waiting for phones to ring here. It’s a truly personalised service, for buyers and vendors alike.
They always go the extra mile, too. When a client buying a property mentioned that she’s always wanted to set up a yurt business, the Lodestone team found a suitable field and negotiated the purchase so she could realise her dream. How many estate agents would do that ?
Don’t just take our word for it: they’ve won an ESTA Gold Award – the estate agents’ Oscars – as the best estate agency in Somerset & Dorset *big round of applause*
With offices in Bruton and now in Wells, Lodestone covers Bruton, Wells and the surrounding towns including Glastonbury, Chewton Mendip, Chew Magna, Wookey, Wedmore, Frome and Castle Cary.