We are Deighton Mckenzie.
Why Deighton Mckenzie.
Deighton McKenzie is an award winning, refreshingly honest and innovative estate agency based in East Midlands. Our property professionals individually offer over 10 + years of experience in North West Leicestershire, covering Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Coalville, Church Gresley and Mountsorrel. We provide that all important personal service, without expensive high street locations that customers have to pay for.
We offer intelligent and contemporary solutions to a traditional industry whilst retaining the best old-school values, professionalism & face-to-face help.
We use technology intelligently to make the process easier for sellers. We’re open longer for buyers and can be contacted on our web chat, Skype, Facebook messenger, Whatsapp and even a normal phone!
We don’t have (or need) a high street shop… Our photography is our shop window so it needs to be great. If the photos of your home are not up to scratch they buyers may dismiss it, so it’s crucial your home leaves an lasting impression!
Our customer service is out of this World. Don’t just take our word for it check out our 5* reviews on Facebook / Rateragent.
A refreshing new way to sell your home.
Get in touch 01530-448447
send us a text: 07481-340678
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Where we work.
Ashby de la Zouch
Castle House, South Street
Ashby de la Zouch LE65 1BR
81a Leicester Road, Mountsorrel
Deighton McKenzie scooped their second award at a star-studded London ceremony. They won Bronze in the Best Newcomer category that’s entered from agents all over the UK. The team are immensely proud of their achievement
Why we won.
The Company “set out to bridge the gap between online and traditional agencies” they are “doing very well” with this “hybrid model” they have “a number of considered tech solutions so staff can save time where possible, to allow them to focus on personal client care” and manage “to find the right balance between automation and communication, which is great.” The judges saw “clever use of video walkthroughs is increasing traffic and leads” they also thought that it was “sufficiently engaging so viewers follow the call to action at the end and contact the branch”. The panel saw some “compelling and memorable marketing initiatives to encourage people to engage with the brand.”