Estate agents In Docking 

With seven offices located across Norfolk, Sowerbys has an unrivalled reach for those looking to sell or buy property. Our highly experienced teams offer an in-depth knowledge of Docking and surrounding areas and can support you in the sale and purchase of property. We use forward-thinking marketing approaches to ensure your property reaches targeted buyers and to provide an effective and timely sale. We offer a free, no-obligation valuation, so contact our Hunstanton office today to find out how we can sell your property in Docking.

Why should you consider Sowerbys for your property sale? 

As an independent agency with seven Norfolk offices, we are ideally positioned to support our customers with the sale and rental of residential and commercial property.

Our teams’ in-depth knowledge of the area ensures that we can provide insight and advice to ensure you achieve the maximum value for your property and achieve a smooth and satisfactory sale or letting.

We offer competitive rates and innovative marketing practices to provide an outstanding service for our customers, always going the extra mile to ensure they are satisfied.

This is reflected in the high number of customers who return to us and recommend us to friends and family.

About Docking:

Docking is a charming village a short distance from the North Norfolk coast and within easy reach of King’s Lynn and Burnham Market. Alongside its ideal position, property in Docking is relatively affordable and highly sought by both locals and buyers from further afield. There are a number of small artisan businesses nearby and it is well-serviced with local shops and a weekly indoor market. 

"We have sold our property through Sowerbys and from the start they have been very professional and attentive, from the correct valuation, to achieving the price into a sale. Emma gave us regular updates, throughout the transaction and was very pro-active in moving the sale swiftly to exchange. Thank you Emma and our thanks to Sowerbys."
Mr Rees - vendor - February 2016