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All 22 estate agency jobs saved as firm is rescued from administration

Rowcliffes, the Derbyshire estate agency, has been sold out of administration with all 22 agency jobs being saved.

A statement from the Leonard Curtis Business Rescue & Recovery company says the agency - which covers Buxton, Chapel-en-le-Frith, Glossop, New Mills, Whaley Bridge and Disley - appointed administrators on June 19.

The statement says this was become “the company suffered from a period of high fixed costs, which meant it suffered losses and a build-up of trade liabilities.”

However, the agency has now been sold as part of a pre-pack deal.

“This resulted in the transfer of all 22 employees to the new purchasing entity” says the rescue company. 

Rowcliffes has been trading for over 30 years.

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    Saved for how long I wonder? In 10 years' time human estate agents will be as rare as switchboard operators. And for the same reasons....

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