About NEXA Bristol
Based in Wapping Wharf, our award-winning Bristol agency is unlike any other in the city. Our team consists of the highly-talented individuals with unrivaled local knowledge that is committed to disrupting market norms through their high-quality service and improved customer results. With our rich rugby heritage, we are extremely proud to sponsor Bristol Bears!
By assigning one expert agent to handle all aspects of your property sale or letting from valuations right through to negotiations, you receive a seamless solution and benefit from only ever having to deal with one person during your property journey.
We intrinsically understand the Bristol sales and lettings market and deliver a unique customer experience to the city and surrounding areas such as Filton, Mangotsfield, Downend, Portishead, and many areas in between.Contact our team
Did you hear? We were thrilled to be named the Gold Winner Estate Agent in Bristol BS1 for the second year running! The rigorous judging criteria comprehensively explores different mediums and scenarios to test the agency’s full range of services. Our team showcased their unrivaled customer-centric service and received fantastic feedback from the mystery shoppers. You can find out more about our British Property Award and how we achieved it, here.
If you are looking to buy, sell, let or rent a property in Bristol or the surrounding areas, we would love to help. You can get started by trying our free online instant valuation tool, contacting our office, or getting in touch with one of our agents below!Speak to an expert
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