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Cross Keys Estates Estate Agents

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Branches
2
Properties for sale
187
Average time to sale
12 Weeks
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About Cross Keys Estates

Cross Keys Estates Estate Agents have 2 branches and they mainly list properties in PL4 and PL3. Over the last 6 months, they've listed 187 properties, with an average time to sale of 12 weeks.

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Latest Reviews for Cross Keys Estates

27 February 2020

Amazing people, made everything so easy for me. They gave me a realistic price to sell my home for, ...Read more

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Cross Keys Estates - Mannamead

Cherry Tree House Mannamead Road
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Cross Keys Estates - Stoke (Plymouth)

Cross Keys House Devonport Road

Amazing people, made everything so easy for me. They gave me a realistic price to sell my home for, pictures taken were displayed exactly in the best light, gave them the keys and didn't have to worry about anything. Let me know in advance about viewings. They gave me feedback from the veiwings, communication was excellent. I would recommend Cross Keys to anyone selling their home. Highly proffessional, and even helping me through the conveyancing, recommended the solicitor. If you choose Cross Keys you couldn't choose better.

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