Sell your Park Home

If you’re looking to sell your park home – we can help!

It doesn’t matter if you live in Cornwall, the Midlands or Newcastle, Seekers offers a full estate agency service. ¬†Advice on price is vital & with over 35 years of estate agency experience, Seekers are here to help.

Our service includes:

  • The marketing of your park home on this website.
  • The advertising of your home in our Park Home News magazine, which is distributed to every park home in the country.
  • Marketing of your home on property portals; Zoopla and Prime Location
  • A colour detailed description of your park home
  • A free A4 For Sale poster
  • The circulation of your details to clients on our database
  • Specialised staff who will deal with viewing arrangements & guide the sale procedure
  • A national hotline available 7 days a week to deal with queries & to update you on the progress of your sale.
  • 24/7 answering service enabling you to call at a time convenient to you.
  • Specialised staff to help with all aspects relating to the sale of your home.
  • Access to our additional specialised services: Surveyors, Insurance, Refurbishment

Whether you’re ready to go on the market or just having a think about it, give us a call on 01252 313554 & we’ll be happy to explain our services to you.

We look forward to hearing from you


Following my father’s death, I had originally put his property up for sale with a local agent. They were unsure of how to market the property and what value to place on it. I picked up information about Seekers some 8 months later and to my delight found that someone would come and value the property, take photos and arrange marketing all on the same day. I was also delighted to find that the cost of utilising Seekers service was much less than the cost of a local agent. Within a few weeks the home was viewed by buyers who went on to complete and buy the property. Throughout all of the procedure all the office staff were helpful and cheerful, and able to deal with my numerous calls and questions. Nothing was too much trouble. — J Hawkes