Our estate agents in Halesowen occupies a convenient town-centre office nearby TSB bank on the high street. Our central location grants us plenty of attention from locals, visitors and prospective residents alike. The branch covers the local property market as well as housing in some surrounding suburbs.
Our friendly sales team is always glad to offer you a warm welcome – and an informal chat about your property ambitions. Feel free to take advantage of our extensive local knowledge and market insight. We strive to provide first-rate customer services when doing what we love: bringing people and property together.
Why Choose Dixons?
Navigating stressful property transactions since the 1930s, Dixons are the largest regional estate agency. Supported by a data-sharing 35-branch network across the West Midlands, we reach more buyers and/or sellers than our competitors. Additionally, as part of the national Countrywide Group, our marketing reaches most property buyers and sellers in the UK. Our online promotions hit every major property portal. Moreover, our range of convenient services aim to streamline your property transaction. From buying, selling and mortgages to surveying, conveyancing, land and new homes, we’ve got every eventuality covered. Look no further for estate agents in Halesowen.
Introducing a new way to sell
We know that selling your home is a very personal decision and the way you sell it should reflect your personality. That’s why we’re one of the first ever agencies to put you in complete control, allowing you to choose how to sell your home.
Our Flexi-Service allows you to manage the sale of your home online, in your own time. Alternatively with our Full-Service package we’ll do the hard work for you. Either way you’ll have access to your own personal online property account allowing you to keep track of your property sale from start to finish.
Local Information about Halesowen
This town in the Borough of Dudley lies about seven miles from Birmingham city centre in the West Midlands. Although predominantly suburban, the area verges on greenbelt land, such as the Clent Hills. Central Halesowen is home to a Norman church, a football ground and College of Further Education. Most of the housing stock in Halesowen was built in the three decades after World War II, although some parts of town still comprise Victorian and Edwardian terraces. The area enjoys extensive road links – including the M5 motorway.
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