All business will now be managed under the Sowerbys brand and all the staff from Steggles Larner have been integrated into the Sowerbys business so any key people you have dealt with in the past will still be on hand to assist you as before, all backed up by our own established teams.
If you are an existing client then we assure you that our aim is to provide you with a quality service and to ensure minimum disruption to your current arrangement.
The Steggles Larner Watton office will be rebranded as Sowerbys and we are delighted to confirm this office will now also offer a residential sales service, along with lettings and property management. The Steggles Larner offices in Norwich, Dereham and King’s Lynn are now closed and all staff will work from our existing Sowerbys offices in these locations.
There is a full lettings service in all 8 offices, but Lettings Property Management centres are located in:
Our new Watton Sales office details can be seen here
We are also delighted to confirm that James Steggles has agreed to stay with us on a consultancy basis to work alongside our Group Lettings Manager Ed Tyman.
We already have an exceptionally well run and established lettings and property management business which we are extremely proud of. This business manages and lets everything from a studio apartment to a large farmhouse and everything in between. We look after many private individual landlords along with handling a number of large landlord portfolios.
For full details of all available lettings properties please click here.
If you have any queries whatsoever, please just get in touch with us.
"A HUGE 'thank you' from all of us for the extremely hard work you and the Sowerbys team did to make our sale and purchase happen. It still hasn't quite sunk in yet! We went to see the property last week and the house looked beautiful and we can't really believe it is finally ours. It is all down to your resilience, determination and efficiency. We would always be happy to recommend Sowerbys and will use you in any future moves ( although we really hope that will be a very long time away!) Wishing you a relaxing Christmas break. "