Independent London agent Dexters has unveiled its latest acquisition.
The brand has purchased south east London firm Conran Estates, taking on its four offices in the capital.
Conran provides sales, lettings, new homes, land and valuation services.
Established in 1999 and led by co-founding Director Oliver Powell, Conran has offices in Greenwich, Brockley, Charlton and Lee.
The new partnership with Conran is part of Dexters ongoing plans to further expand its London office network and follows a wave of partnerships over the past 12 months with estate agents Roy Brooks, Douglas Martin, Peter James, Sebastian Roche and lettings/property management firm Howsy.
Dexters now describes itself as the largest estate agency office network in London, with more branches than any other agent when you include its own offices and those of WETHERELL, Jackson-Stops, Roy Brooks, Howsy, Douglas Martin, Peter James and Sebastian Roche.
Andy Shepherd, chief executive of Dexters, said: “London has bounced back from the disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic and continues to be an attractive investment for local and international clients, and it is important that Dexters continues to expand and thrive, which is why we are delighted to have entered into this new partnership with Conran.
“This further strengthens our presence in South East London and we have long been an admirer of Conran which has excellent local market knowledge and a talented team.”
Powell added: “Conran is delighted with the partnership, which is a highly well managed and financed group.
“The Dexters brand is respected and trusted by both Londoners and international customers and clients, and matches perfectly the independent thinking and principles we hold so dear at Conran.
“We are excited to be part of Dexters’ ongoing success, with the group’s office expansion and enhanced digital activities creating a strong foundation for further increases in revenue and future expansion.”