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Independent Leicestershire and Rutland Estate Agents with a London Office
Our association with The London Office in London’s West End provides us with a prestige platform for our clients to experience the style of marketing normally associated with a national agency, but with the local knowledge, customer service and local contacts only available through a niche agency practice.
Not only do we improve the flow of buyers from important London market, but through a highly effective network of 228 offices from other well regarded and likeminded independents across the country from Stags Estate Agents in Devon to Rettie and Co in Edinburgh. This strengthens our reach and marketing exposure, which, in a highly competitive market when the requirement is to be proactive, embrace new technology and maintain high professional standards and ethics to enable all our clients to receive the best possible service.
We understand the allure of Leicestershire, Rutland and Northamptonshire as great locations; the accessibility for London commuters, wonderful countryside, pretty market towns, schooling and quality of life are some of the reasons buyers are looking to relocated out of London and other locations. Specific marketing initiatives include a superbly located office in St. James Place in London, holding detailed particulars of our current stock, a dedicated website showing properties of all the member agents’ property www.thelondonoffice.co.uk, property exhibitions including The London and County Property Show enabling us to showcase our clients properties to an active targeted market, national advertising through the Aquire Magazine and regular national advertising and PR in the property press provides even further improvements to our national profile.
Bob Bickersteth set up The London Office in 1992 to enable Estate Agents and Chartered Surveyors to have a London Office offering the same high level of services that clients would expect. The London Office currently has 38 UK member firms, with 228 offices in the UK.