Estate Agents Rubery - Frankley

Established in 2007, AP Morgan are leading, independent estate agents for the West Midlands.  We pride ourselves on exceptional customer experiences, based on local knowledge of the property scene, innovative  marketing and an understanding that estate agency should never be one size fits all. Your experience of selling, letting or buying with us, will be truly bespoke.

Our services are comprehensive from sales to lettings to mortgage advice.  We can also steer you with conveyancing services and removal services from companies we know and trust in our 14 years of experience. We have several branches with a team of property specialists. These are located across the West Midlands, all sharing the same commitment to exceptional service that is not usually associated with the estate agency industry. 

You are spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing an estate agent to sell or let your home. Consider though the specialisms of the agency you employ - our 30 strong team all have specific roles, with the same commitment to excellence. This has led AP Morgan to win prestigious awards locally and nationally.

You’ll find we are highly rated on Google; have an experienced and enthusiastic team and a wide network of connections across the West Midlands to ease the stress of moving. With 14 years of experience, we have a vast database of active buyers and investors and a large following on our social media outlets. 

Frankley is arguably best known for it being the name of a service station on the M5. But don’t let that deter you. King’s Cross, for example in London, is known for its railway station but has become a desirable place to live and work in its own right.
Frankley is a small suburb of Birmingham, with just 8 miles separating the two. Road links are excellent with Frankley sitting on the A38 which will whisk you through Selly Oak, Edgbaston and on to the city centre. The M5, which we mentioned before, will take you south to Droitwich Spa, Worcester, Cheltenham and Gloucester and north to West Bromwich.
Despite its proximity to major towns and cities, Frankley does have nature on its doorstep with Bartley Reservoir being a short stroll away. It’s also the place Bill Oddie did much of his birdwatching in his younger years. 
Frankley is thinly populated, with under 1000 residents recorded in the recent census. It has a long association with Worcestershire too. Frankley reservoir is another landmark locally. 
In terms of schooling, you are spoiled for choice with outstanding places nearby: Bartley Green School, King Edward VI Five Ways School and others in Rednal and Northfield classed as Outstanding. 

You can find a full range of homes in Frankley Green, Northfield and nearby Rednal. Large contemporary detached homes command prices of £325,000 up to £600,000 with all points in between.  Spacious semi-detached homes, many from the 1950s, command prices around £300,000. First time buyers and investors can secure apartments and terraced homes for under £100,000. Rental demand is high in Rubery and Rednal and you can occupy a home for anything between £500 and £1000 per calendar month. Because of the few properties available for sale in Frankley, we’ve widened the scope to look at places nearby: Rednal for example has an average sold price of £225,525 whilst Rubery is lower at £188,657.

We pride ourselves on exceptional customer service from all four branches. We have a range of specialist professionals from branch manager to valuers to property sales consultants. Mortgage and after sales are also covered as well as marketing and photography. How do our letting and estate agents help when buying or selling a property? The first step is for you to make contact with us. Call or email our team and we will respond promptly. You talk, we listen and a plan is put in place to help solve your property issues. We are here to help you every step of the way. We have a varied, excellent team across our four branches, active promotion online and in high streets, as well as an online portal. How do other estate agents compare? 
 

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