Property Agency and Surveying Practice Improve Their Performance

Property Agency and Surveying Practice Improve Their Performance

12 May 2017
Property Agency and Surveying Practice Improve Their Performance

In spite of an imminent General Election and Brexit posturing, Paul Stewart, Managing Director of Goadsby Commercial, is delighted to announce “Our Commercial business’ pipeline (deals agreed and solicitors appointed) reflects a 28.1% increase in volume of fees when compared year on year.
 
Factors such as historically low unemployment, and, interest rates, coupled with strong occupier demand, for areas such as Winchester and Bournemouth, in which we dominate, are the key reasons for this very healthy performance!

Paul Stewart goes onto say “Our multi-disciplined staff continue to work closely together across all of our disciplines and offices and this ensures our Landlord and occupier client’s reap the benefits of this collaborative approach. We also work very closely with our Residential Company’s Land Department and this helps us dispose and acquire many brownfield sites”.

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