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Good Morning Victoria

Thank you for all your help through this stressful time. You have been very kind and helpful and I can’t thank you enough.

Kind Regards

Anne

Hi Victoria

I missed you yesterday but just wanted to say a huge thanks for pushing everything forward so that we exchanged yesterday.

You’ve been really helpful throughout and kept us well informed during the whole process. Thanks for your patience and hard work for getting us sorted before Christmas. Would thoroughly recommend you and Sparks to colleagues and friends.

All the very best and thank you again. Have a lovely Christmas.

Gaetana Wiseman

Hello Mark,

After two and a half years of trying ... it finally has happened! 

Thank You, and the team, for all the help and patience with us...

Regards

Audrius

Hi Victoria

Thank you very much for looking after me during the property sale – knowing that you were there during the process was extremely comforting and your timely responses and communication with the buyers much appreciated.

Kind Regards

Steve

Dear Mark and Adam,

I both purchased 34 Nichol Road and sold 7 Bassett Row via your company some 6 months ago now.

The purpose of this email is let you both know how pleased we were with the whole experience via Sparks Ellison.

In particular I wanted to let you know how diligent, thorough and professional Chris Bailey was throughout with both myself and my wife – especially in the area of conveyancing. The service we received from Chris was excellent and we wanted to let you know that as we feel he is a credit to your brand. In particular we  appreciated how pragmatic he was.

As a consequence of this experience we are both advocates of your brand and your services locally here in Chandlers Ford and also where we lived in Bassett. We really hope that you can expand successfully into Bassett as the service of others is well short in that area when compared to that provided by Chris. It feel that others just left the house to sell itself yet Chris worked at it.

Credit where credit’s due.

Regards, Mark