Managing partner James Mattin said it was further evidence of the improving market conditions in the sector with demand at its highest since 2008.
He said: “We have closed three pieces of business and in addition secured three industrial property instructions, two sales and one letting, as confidence returns. We are looking for a strong 12 months as the economy continues to improve.”
The deals included the sale of 56 Pinfold Street, Wednesbury, for £210,000, to a private buyer relocating his classic car parts business, the sale of 52a Harrison St, Bloxwich, for £325,000 to 24/7 Electronics, and the letting of a unit at Sterling Park, Woodgate Valley, to training provider Envirohort.
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