National franchise agency Hunters has announced the opening of its latest branch in the Welsh town of Llandrindod Wells.
The agency's third branch in Wales joins offices in Bridgend and Ogmore Vale, both opened in 2017.
The Hunters Mid Wales branch is rebranding from Gwalia Properties - a brand which operated for 10 years.
Paul Willey (pictured top left) is the franchise owner and he says that the marketing, technology, training and communication support of Hunters will help his operation to provide an improved service for consumers.
"The company’s success is built around excellent customer service and unrivalled proactivity, values and beliefs that have been at the core of our business since its conception,” he says.
Glynis Frew, chief executive of Hunters adds: "“We are delighted to welcome Paul, Becci (pictured top right) and Rachel to the Hunters network and are pleased to be strengthening our presence in this part of the country."
"The combination of great local knowledge from our franchise partners backed up by a strong national brand and marketing adds real value for our customers.”
Hunters launched in York in 1992 and opened its first franchising branch in 2006.
It now has over 200 branches nationwide and launched on the stock market in 2015.
You can see how its share price has fared over the years as part of Estate Agent Today's recent research into property firms' stock market performances.