John Francis Estate Agents have 20 Residential Offices, 5 Lettings Departments and hold 5 auctions per year. Our specialised Commercial Department which is based in Narberth, covers west Carmarthenshire including Carmarthen town itself, Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion.
For a sole agency fee therefore all our clients have the benefit of 20 offices offering their property to potential buyers. These facilities are possible by the use of modern technology linking all our offices together to work as one. Our terms are usually on a no sale/no fee basis and we offer a free market appraisal by well trained staff who have expert local knowledge.
When choosing where to buy or sell at auction, historic results are no guarantee of satisfaction, but they are the best indication on where you can place your trust! Our average success rate in 2017 was 83% being well above the national average.
Our 5 Lettings Departments cover the whole of the City of Swansea, the Gower and Swansea Valley, east Carmarthenshire including Llanelli and Ammanford as well as Carmarthen and Pembrokeshire. Information on all properties in this department are available throughout our group of offices.
Carmarthen office is situated in the centre of Carmarthen. The oldest town in Wales with its historical castle looking down over the Towy River famed for its Salmon/Sewin fishing across Europe. Four full time members of staff, with two part time members are based here. The office covers one of the largest areas and is one of three offices covering Carmarthenshire. Labelled as The Garden of Wales, as soon as you’ve visited or lived in the area it’s easy to see why.
A large area fronts onto Carmarthen Bay, the large beaches of Pembrey and Pendine (7 miles long), to the lesser equally beautiful Llansteffan and Ferryside. All are connected by a coastal path constructed for the enjoyment of all whilst walking or cycling.
Ancient castles look after our landscapes with lush green valleys below and rivers meandering through flowing to the sea.
Plenty of leisure activities include mountain biking and bike trails, horse riding, kayaking, white water rafting, gorge walking, the list is endless. For the less energetic people there are many eateries in the area, too numerous to mention. Llandeilo town well known for its slow food rather than fast food outlets.
Attractions include the wetlands in Llanelli, Ffos Las horse racing course, National Botanical Gardens of Wales and Aberglasney Gardens to name but a few.
If you’re still unsure of where you want to live, then the Dyfed Powys Police area is the biggest in the country with the lowest crime rates also.