Weston women boot up online estate agency

PUBLISHED: 19:00 12 June 2014

Samantha Higgins and Kerri Magor

Samantha Higgins and Kerri Magor


TWO Weston women with more than 10 years experience in the property market have launched a new online estate agency.

Samantha Higgins, aged 31, and Kerri Magor, aged 37, created Click-Let-Sell which offers landlords and homeowners one-off

fees to sell or let their properties.

They received government funding and have worked with the South West Investment Group and North Somerset Enterprise Agency for

business mentoring.

The two women have ambitious plans for growth and are already planning to take the service nationwide in the future.

Mrs Higgins said: “It’s lovely to be our own bosses and we know that our hard work will benefit ourselves and our families.

“It’s also great to know that we are saving people money with every let or sell they put through us.”

The company will also be able to offer financial services including mortgage and insurance.

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