Our estate agents in Wolverhampton occupies a convenient central location opposite Rosso e Nero restaurant on Darlington Street. Our corner-aspect office offers an intriguing view of the properties we market via our attention-grabbing window displays. The branch covers housing in the local vicinity plus homes in some surrounding neighbourhoods.
Our attentive sales team is knowledgeable and offers hard-earned housing expertise – and the best possible customer service. You’re always welcome to visit us for an informal chat about your property ambitions. We bring comprehensive experience, superb local knowledge and property market savvy to the table.
Why choose Dixons?
All of our staff throughout the Dixons network are highly trained and passionate about their local areas, offering you the best advice possible when you buy, sell or rent your house through our agents. At Dixons, we will market your home to more buyers more effectively than any other estate agents, to ensure all our vendors achieve the best possible price for their home in the shortest possible time. All of our dedicated estate agents are 100% committed to ensuring your sale proceeds to completion once your buyer has been found, keeping you informed at every stage with regular feedback and communication, giving you complete peace of mind at this stressful time.
Local information about Wolverhampton
Following the Norman Conquest, this city in the West Midlands was named after Wulfrun, who founded the town in 985. (The demonym for locals is ‘Wulfrunian’.) Wolverhampton grew as a market town specialising in the wool trade. During the Industrial Revolution it became a hub for coal mining, steel production, lock making and car/motorcycle manufacture. The city’s economy is still based on engineering – including a large aerospace industry, as well as the service sector. Four motorways are located within seven miles of the city centre: the M6, M1, M5, and M40.