Fine & Country has revealed its latest branch - a West Wales office opening for business on Tuesday.
It will initially cover Ceredigion and parts of Carmarthenshire, including the county towns of Aberystwyth, Tregaron, Lampeter, Aberaeron and New Quay.
This covers a population of 50,000 people with around 20,000 properties.
Nigel Salmon (pictured above), a local agent with 12 years experience, will run solo at first.
“While it will be initially me in the office to start with, we will be looking for associates to join as soon as possible” he says. “Our goal is to become the premium estate agent of choice in the area, ensuring that we always work towards the best outcome for our clients.”
He continues: “A secret to the success of the other businesses I am involved in is building the right partnerships, investing in staff and training and most importantly, service.
“Fine & Country offers clients a first-class marketing experience which few can rival. The brand’s innovative marketing approach, along with my experience and expertise, should prove to be a winning combination that will accelerate the office’s growth.”
Corporately, Fine & Country recently recruited a new director charged with achieving the corporate goal of “becoming the largest premium estate agency in the UK.”
Jonathan Handford was managing director of the brand’s Leamington Spa branch before the promotion.