Midlands property agency Bond Wolfe is confident of further expansion this year after seeing transactions increase by 50% in 2016.
Managing partner James Mattin said there was “strong evidence of an increase in cash buyers coming to the regional market who are unable to find value in the major cities.”
Brexit, he reported, had no negative impact with both sales and lettings continuing to grow.
“We were delighted with the growth and progress we made in 2016 in what was always going to be an uncertain market,” he said.
“We transacted our highest volume of sales and lettings ever and were particularly pleased with the number of investment sales we managed to conclude.
"We continue to expand and our increasing portfolio of corporate clients is testament to the service we provide.”
The business saw a particularly successful end to 2016 with some key sales and acquisitions.
Highlights included the combined sale of 11 Bird Street, Lichfield & 17 Mere Green Road, Sutton Coldfield for £1.225m to Redd Investments Ltd.
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