The Rightmove for Karen Potter

Southport estate agent Karen Potter is expanding her business and moving to larger premises at the corner of Castle Street, Southport.

Karen Potter has taken over the former Mr Cars showroom at the junction of Castle Street and Hill Street, Southport.

The premises  is currently undergoing a complete  refit by local firm Evans Contractors and should be open in a few weeks time.  

In the meantime it’s business as usual for the busy local estate agent.

You can contact Karen Potter and her team at their Houghton Street office on 01704  500 008

Karen Potter FNAEA has over 30 years experience in Estate Agency and specialises in Residential Sales, Marketing and Lettings throughoutSouthportand the surrounding areas.

Here at 01704 500 008 you are more than just a number!

We don’t rely on computers to “process” enquiries, nor do we point you to the displays.  No-one tries harder than we do to exceed your expectations.  Providing a unique, friendly and personal approach to all our Clients and Customers, we ensure we concentrate on the minute detail and do exactly as we say we will.  By listening intently to your specific requirements, we prefer to concentrate our efforts in working for and with real people.

www.karenpotter.co.uk

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