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About Nexa Bristol
We are focused on creating a high performance culture and creating a unique customer experience whether you are buying or selling a property, renting or letting. We have developed a team of highly talented individuals and are committed to disrupting market norms through our service and results for our customers. Our service is distinctly different to that of the ‘typical’ estate and lettings agent in Bristol: – Welcome, to NEXA.
A Different Type of Estate Agent in Bristol
Our approach turns the standard sales and lettings Estate Agency model on its head – to the benefit of the customer. We assign one expert agent to handle all aspects of your property sale or letting, including valuations, visits, phone calls, liaison and negotiations so that you receive a seamless service and only ever have to deal with one person. We intrinsically understand the Bristol sales & lettings markets and look forward to delivering a unique customer experience.
What Makes us Different
Our objective is to revolutionise the estate agency industry in from within. We want to create a modern, fun & customer-centric brand that delivers on mass quality and mass service. We want to professionalise estate agent standards by ensuring our employees are fully incentivised to sell property with high performance and high service as the hallmark. We want to create a culture whereby our employees feel personally responsible for the product they are selling or letting, and personally responsible for the client they are managing.
If you are looking to buy sell, let or rent a property in Bristol or the surrounding area then we can help. We work right across Bristol including areas like Filton, Mangotsfield, Downend, Portishead, and many areas in between. Talk to us today to see how we can help you and become your Bristol estate agency.
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