Friday 25 September 2020

Move Estate and Letting Agent to expand with second office in Gloucester

Cheltenham-based Estate and Letting Agent, Move, is set to expand into Gloucester, acquiring its second premises in the heart of the city.

Cheltenham’s award-winning agent, Move, is set to expand its Gloucestershire offering in spring 2018, opening a second office in the centre of Gloucester.

The new premises, which is currently undergoing a refurbishment, will open its doors on a date to be confirmed in April 2018 – marking an exciting development for the local business.

Speaking of the acquisition of the premises and plans for the future, Move’s director, George Tatham-Losh, said: ‘We have been very active in and around the City of Gloucester for a couple of years. We felt the time was right now though, to show our commitment to the area and invest in Gloucester and these new premises.

‘We have now fine-tuned the business in our flagship Cheltenham office and have an exciting growth plan. We are very much looking forward to the opening of the new Gloucester office and see this as a stepping stone to further expansion and, when the time is right, more offices in the Cotswolds’.

Established by George in 2013, Move prides itself on its excellent customer service and is the highest-rated agent in Cheltenham, priding itself on its reputation and aiming to make the selling process as stress-free as possible.

For more information call (01242) 257333.

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Tuesday 13 March 2018

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