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Two London agencies put faith in High Street with new…


As London performs catch-up with the buoyant housing market seen in the remainder of the nation, two agencies have introduced new branches in the capital.

JOHNS&CO, established in 2013 by John Morley, has opened its eighth workplace, in Brentford, west London. The location is proof, the agency says, of its willpower to broaden its scope past its conventional East London and Canary Wharf roots.

Clynton Nel, residential director on the company, provides: “This is an thrilling second for JOHNS&CO as we proceed on our mission to develop throughout London. We’ve grown considerably in the previous couple of years and have expanded far past our roots as specialist brokers in residential growth in East London and Canary Wharf. 

“Following a difficult 12 months for all, we’re happy to be in a place to develop and provide thrilling employment alternatives consequently and we sit up for persevering with this momentum in the months and years to come back.” 

The workplace opens right now and is providing a zero per cent fee provide to the primary 150 individuals to instruct the department.

And the Adam Hayes property company is opening its third workplace in the north of the capital, to deal with gross sales and leases in Finchley, Golders Green, Hendon and Mill Hill.

Residential gross sales director Yasser Elkaffass feedback: “Adam Hayes growth into Finchley Central is a part of the strategic development of the enterprise. With places of work in North Finchley and East Finchley, our new workplace will cement our place as being the main unbiased property agent in the world”.

The company was established in 2009 by Elkaffass and Amir Haddadi earlier than opening the second workplace in 2015; it specialises in properties as much as £1.5m and in addition has a big administration portfolio.