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Meet Our New Property Finding Agent, Kerry!

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County Homesearch is delighted to announce that a new property finder, Kerry Arnold, has joined the County Homesearch team as our representative for East Anglia. 

Kerry has lived and worked in Cambridge all her life, and has a great knowledge of the local area and surrounding regions of East Anglia. Thanks to Kerry’s varied experience within the property industry, she is a fantastic new addition to the County Homesearch team: familiar with the challenges often involved in the buying process, whilst also understanding that everybody’s requirements are different.

In joining County Homesearch as our Director for East Anglia, Kerry’s aim is to help alleviate the pressure in the property buying process, and making sure the property buying experience is as smooth as possible! 


About Kerry:

Kerry joins County Homesearch from a truly varied background, working within the property industry, and covering regions within East Anglia. A local, Kerry is Cambridge-born-and-bred – letting you rest assured that you can truly be in no better hands when searching for your new property around the region. 

Kerry’s home finding service covers many regions in East Anglia, including Cambridge, Norfolk, Suffolk, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Essex. Read below for Kerry’s own words on why she thinks East Anglia is such a wonderful place to live – and why it’s one to watch.   


Kerry says:


‘Finding a property in such a beautiful county can be quite a task, with gorgeous properties everywhere you look! By using a buying agent in East Anglia, you can take full advantage of their expertise and great knowledge of the area to find the right place for you.  Working as your home finder, I will take on board all your requirements to help find the perfect area and property in East Anglia for you.’


Kerry On Norfolk

‘The north Norfolk coast‘s wide open beaches are in contrast with Suffolk’s rockier coastal cliffs, but both offer a relaxing and unspoilt environment popular with retirees and second home owners. A great hunting ground for those looking for farmsteads and acreage at reasonable prices, within easy reach of Norwich’s old streets!’ 


 Kerry on Suffolk and Essex: 

‘South Suffolk and North Essex have a sleepy feel and are rich in period houses, ancient villages and a good line in cosy pubs and great restaurants, being somewhat of a culinary hotspot these days. Bury St Edmunds is the standout town, whilst Stansted offers a quick and easy air hub for Europe. South Essex has a busier, more built-up feel and excellent fast train links to Liverpool Street!’


 Kerry on Hertfordshire:

‘Hertfordshire is a small county which packs a lot into its boundaries: with no less than four very attractive towns in St Albans, Harpenden, Hitchin and Hertford (all with quick rail links in the capital and easy access to Luton airport) separated by some extremely pretty rolling countryside, which in a few pockets feels more like the Dales than the south-east!’


Kerry on Cambridgeshire:

‘A truly amazing place to live, Cambridgeshire‘s rural areas are notable for their flat geography and small villages, rich with pretty period properties and offering a blend of good schooling, friendly active communities and easy access to Cambridge and London by car via the M11, and by train to Liverpool Street or Kings Cross. Cambridge itself is perhaps most known for its world-famous university, comprising 31 colleges which occupy many of the breathtaking period gems in the City centre. However, it’s also a thriving, endlessly fascinating cultural centre in its own right, easily accessible on foot or by the ubiquitous bicycle, the standard and well-served mode of transport in the region!’


Welcome to the County Homesearch family, Kerry!

If you are looking to use a buying agent in East Anglia and would like some advice from our friendly new Director of East Anglia, Kerry Arnold, then please don’t hesitate to contact her directly for more information.