Estate agent's continued expansion across Gloucestershire

Well-known award-winning estate agent Perry Bishop has announced further expansion of its business, as it continues to spread its reach across Gloucestershire.

Sliding another piece of Gloucestershire map into place, estate agent Perry Bishop has announced it has expanded its reach and is now covering Bishops Cleeve and Winchcombe.

Earlier this year the firm also revealed it had taken over Cirencester-based property management and lettings firm Hardcastles, covering the Cotswolds and across into Oxfordshire too.

Its latest move, which sees it extending its traditional territory north out of Cheltenham, is a natural extension of its existing patch and another sign of the ambition of the ever-adaptive and growing business.

It also means the appointment of a new face at the firm, Daniel Hopkins, who already has 16 years’ experience of helping people in the area to move home under his belt.

‘I am really looking forward to working with the residents of Bishops Cleeve and Winchcombe, and rekindling some of the wonderful relationships with the residents and local developers,’ said Mr Hopkins, a partner at Perry Bishop who will head up sales and valuations for the new patch.

He will be the point of contact from valuation and viewings through to successful sale, backed by Perry Bishop and tapping into its database of more than 12,000 home hunters.

For more information about Perry Bishop, visit perrybishop.co.uk.

By Andrew Merrell

© SoGlos
Wednesday 12 May 2021

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