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New Year, New Home, New Agent - Our fantastic January Deals

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Step into the New Year and Early Spring with a breath of fresh air.

Hunters Cheshire Homes, your local and family owned business on Church Bank, Tattenhall, is offering some fantastic January 2017 deals.

For the rest of January ...... we will give you ......

*A reduced fee of just 0.75% (ordinarily 1.5%) and there is no VAT to pay throughout January

*Professional photography — free

*Floorplans — free

*Accompanied viewings ...... always

*Weekly communication updates and feedback with every viewing

*Chester Chronicle ads

*Top tier Rightmove advertising

*Our friendly, personal and professional service — to us, the customer matters and you can contact us 24/7

So, if you are thinking of selling; thinking of down-sizing/up-sizing; wanting a confidential chat; wanting a valuation or ready to make the move to your 'forever home' ...... then call us and make an appointment.

Andrew and Krista Hunter look forward to talking with you on 01829 770117
hunterscheshirehomes.co.uk

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