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The JNP Partnership

Offering a very comprehensive Letting service for Landlords and Tenants from letting offices at High Wycombe and Princes Risborough, Buckinghamshire, England

Their experienced team is available to provide expert advice on all lettings issues including:

  • Tenant Introduction
  • Rent Collection
  • Full Management
  • Legal Documentation
  • Professional Independent Inventories
  • Credit Search Referencing
  • FREE Rental Appraisal
  • Extensive Local Advertising
  • Worldwide Marketing Via The JNP Web site and other property portals
  • Local Marketing To Companies, Relocations and Military Connections.
  • Landlord & Tenant insurance Products

For more information click on the logo below

The JNP Partnership are members of

ARLA (Association of Residential Letting Agents)

and NALS (The National Approved Letting Scheme)

and approved Stakeholders under my deposits

and The Property Ombudsman - Lettings

The JNP Partnership lettings office is situated at 29/31 Crendon Street, High Wycombe, Bucks HP13 6LJ and 1 Market Square, Princes Risborough, Bucks HP27 0AP

March 2011 (click on image to enlarge)

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July 2012 - JNP Moves office again

April 2012- Rents Fall For Second Month As Arrears Drop, According To The Latest Buy-To-Let Index (April 2012)

December 2011 - Ten years 'in the lettings trade' for JNP

The JNP Partnership celebrates 10 years in the lettings business -November 2011

September 2011 - JNP Lettings 10 year celebration is getting under way

June 2011 - JNP opens new offices

June 2011- JNP Letting sponsor MR2 Mk1 Racing

Apil 2011 JNP Lettings starts 10th birthday celebrations

November 2010 - Ex homeowners opt to save money and rent

December 2009 - New Letting Manager for JNP's Letting Team

June 2009 - JNP Lettings Office Moves Again

May 2009 - JNP Takes on more staff

February 2009 - JNP Partnership Sets up Prestige Homes Department

January 2009: JNP Partnership Lettings in High Wycombe move to New Office

October 2007: Rumours of The JNP Partnership selling out are unfounded

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JNP Moves office again - July 2012

JNP's letting office moved again in July 2012 from 25 Crendon Street next to the High Wycombe sales office to 29/31 Crendon Street on the other side of the sales office.

They now occupy the last of former Philip Green (Rebranded Philip Green Intercounty) office that has been transformed into a modern prestigous spacious unit. According tp Philip Suter who established JNP's letting office in 2001 it must be the eighth time the letting office has moved in just over ten years.

Originally at 28 High Street Princes Risborough, Bucks it then moved into larger premises in Market Square, Princes Risborough. This was followed by moving to 27 Crendon Street, High Wycombe into the sales office and then up to Penn Road at Hazlemere Crossroads. Back to 27 Crendon Street and then down the road to 15 Crendon Street. After that it was up to 25 Crendon Street in 2009and now into 29/31 Crendon Street, High Wycombe.

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Rents Fall For Second Month As Arrears Drop, According To The Latest Buy-To-Let Index (April 2012)

Good news for tenants and landlords alike, as the new Buy-to-Let Index from LSL Property Services plc, indicates that average rents in the UK fell for a second month and tenant arrears declined. In March, the average rent in England and Wales fell by 0.3% to 705 per month - however this decline, rents continue to rise in the UK on an annual basis.

David Newnes, director of LSL Property Services which owns the UK's largest lettings agent network (including The JNP Partnership), comments: "The recent dip in rents will be welcome news for tenants, with the cost of renting at its most affordable level since July. The rental market was still feeling the knock-on effect from the stamp duty deadline in March, with an increased number of tenants rushing to leave the sector in the first part of the year, easing tenant competition. On top of this, a growing number of investors have been entering the market - or expanding their portfolios - to take advantage of strong yields and improving annual returns.

Certain areas of the county - most notably London - are still seeing average monthly rents increase. London's average rents were up by 4.9% overall; and were 0.2% higher in March than at the end of 2011.

David Newnes continues: "Drop-off in rents is likely to be short-lived. With the passing of the stamp duty deadline increasing the cost of moving, and banks' funding conditions likely to limit high value mortgage lending to first-time buyers, would-be buyers will be more reliant than ever on rented accommodation".

Good news for house prices in general. Strengthening property prices in the first quarter of the year have pushed up the total annual return on a property to 5%. This represents an increase from an average of 2.7% a year ago, and marks the highest level since December 2010.

TENANTS ON TOP OF RENTAL PAYMENTS

It appears tenant arrears have dropped too for the second month in a row. David Newnes comments: "Tenant arrears provide a financial headache for landlords, impairing their cash flow - and frequently their ability to meet the monthly mortgage payment. But general rental arrears have taken a turn for the better so far in 2012. "Nevertheless, with future rent rises likely in the long-term, and the labour market still feeling the effects of a stuttering economic recovery and austerity measures, scrutiny of prospective tenants' financial circumstances will remain a crucial factor when letting a property."

ABOUT THE INDEX:The buy-to-let index is based on analysis of approximately 18,000 properties across England and Wales. Rental values refer to the actual values achieved for each property when let. Yield figures are unadjusted, and do not take account of void periods or arrears. Annual returns are based on annual rental property price inflation and void-adjusted yield at the point of purchase. Source JNP / LSL April 2012

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December 2011 - Ten years 'in the lettings trade' for JNP

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The JNP Partnership celebrates 10 years in the lettings business -November 2011

November 2011 sees the 10th anniversary of The JNP Partnership's highly successful residential lettings office in High Wycombe Buckinghamshire.

In the summer of 2001 the Directors of the JNP Partnership, a very well known firm of estate agents in South Buckinghamshire took the decision to open a lettings office to cater for the expanding rentals business in the area.

Philip Suter who had previously established a residential lettings department in 1984 for a firm of long established estate agents in the Slough / Uxbridge area, joined JNP in early November to launch the lettings office. Over the past ten years the office has grown from a small "add on" department employing two members of staff to a highly profitable operation employing some 10 members of staff.

Philip still acts as a Consultant for JNP, but the day to day running of JNP Lettings is the responsibility of Lettings Manager Vicky Lyle. Vicky has a strong Lettings background having a couple of her immediate family members as seasoned Landlords and having been a tenant herself for a number of years. She has worked for several years within the Lettings Industry, mainly working within the High Wycombe area for another major High Wycombe letting agent before joining JNP 2 years ago, but having also gained valuable experience working in North London and Hertfordshire.

In 2010 a few months after joining JNP, her lettings department portfolio nearly doubled overnight with the addition of the Philip Green and Partners High Wycombe letting business. Along with this additional portfolio came Lettings Negotiator Adam Green, Property Manager Julian Britton and Administration Manager Angela Wilson. Other members of the team include Doreen Coburn, Trefton Joyce, Charlotte Moxon, Jo-Anna Warren and Wendy Buckley who has been managing the landlord and tenant accounts for over four years.

Vicky Lyle said "The rental market is very positive at the moment and with plenty of investment potential with new developments being built (and sold by JNP New Homes) we are increasing our portfolio of let property from an excellent tenant base".

"We have a very experienced team who are kept up to date with legislation by following ARLA training courses. There is a constant change of legalities that can affect residential lettings, however this minefield is not so bad for experienced staff like ours to tackle and advise our clients on."

Managing Director of The JNP Partnership is Stephen Grace. Stephen has been an agent since 1993 and with JNP since 1998 and he also spent eighteen months running the JNP lettings office.

Stephen said "I am very proud of the way in which the JNP letting business has grown. We are now the number one choice for clients in the area letting out their property."

"The JNP Letting Business has become such a major and integral part of our company. I am delighted with the achievements made to-date and am confident in Vicky and her team continuing to lead the way as the chief local lettings agent and their on-going success."

To celebrate the 10 year anniversary, JNP has been running some special promotions. For Landlords they are offering 25% off their fees for the first 20x new Landlords that instruct them under the Rent Collection or Full Management level of service.

Tenants won't miss out either! The first 50x tenants that let through JNP will also receive 25% off their Administration & Referencing Fees. Naturally these offers are subject to terms and conditions which can be obtained by contacting JNP Lettings on 01494 520 555 or emailing lettings@jnp.co.uk

On Tuesday 13th December the Crendon Street, High Wycombe lettings office held an open evening to celebrate the 10th anniversary between 6.30 and 8.30 to thank existing Landlords for their business, invite new Landlords and investment buyers and give them all an opportunity to meet the JNP Lettings team.

Philip Suter has had over thirty years experience in the lettings business. During that time has been involved with ARLA since the early 1980s and was on the main ARLA Council for a couple of years in the late 1980s. Through his own company jml Property Services he has been a member of the National Landlords Association NLA since the mid eighties and apart from his activities as a consultant to JNP Lettings is involved with internet marketing for jml-insurance.co.uk

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ARLA Agreement Magazine Jan/Feb 2012 -Here

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September 2011 - JNP Lettings 10 year celebration is getting under way

The JNP Parnership's residential lettings office celebrates it's 10th birthday in November this year. Click on image below for report

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June 2011 - JNP opens new offices

A new Fine and Country office has opened in the old Philip Green offices at Hazlemere, Bucks. Trevor Michel who was previously based at the Princes Risborough Fine and Country branch. Philip Green's office at Stokenchurch has been re-branded as JNP and James DiMascio who has over 25 years experience in estate agency will be running the branch. Philip Green became part of the LSL Property Service group a couple of years back and JNP are part of the same group. Philip Green's office in High Wycombe has been re-branded as Philip Green Intercounty. The Intercounty group is a subsidary of LSL that also operates Your Move Reeds Rains and Frosts Estate Agents.

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June 2011- JNP Letting sponsor MR2 Mk1 Racing

JNP Lettings are sponsoring MR2 Mk1 racing supporting local talent James Baker on his track success.

James who is 22, is a member of the Red Dragon Race Track Club which organises and arranges events for this type of track racing. It only involves Toyota Mrs Mk1 cars and the club has around 100 members. This sport is very much starting to come into its own with increasing media coverage. Track events are now being held at circuits like Brands Hatch, Castle Coombe and Silverstone.

James has now been racing for two years and is steadily climbing the ranks having recently won a first and a second place at a Brands Hatch event.

On the JNP sponsorship front, Stephen Grace, JNP's managing director recently completed a 50 mile cycle ride in aid of the Thomas Ball Children's Cancer charity and has raised oved £750.

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April 2011 JNP lettings starts 10th birthday celebrations

November 2011 is the tenth birthday of The JNP Partnership's Residential Lettings service. Philip Suter, FNAEA, MARLA set up the letting service and still works for them as a consultant.

Nearly ten years later and with over 80 years combined experience within the industry the team has increased since it was established and now has 10 members. Located next door to the Crendon Street, High Wycombe JNP sales office, JNP lettings is able to offer both landlords and tenants a professional service tailored to the individual's needs.

Lettings Manager Vicky Lyle said in a Bucks Free Press feature on the 8th April 2011 - "Working closely with our sales team, we are able to assist investment buyers - from offering them the latest buy to let products to advising them on the potential rental yields achievable"

"Furthermore JNP Lettings are fortunate to have a new homes division, also under the same roof which means that prospective tenants benefit from us being one of the few agents that are able to offer a regular supply of modern, newly built flats and houses to the market."

Current demand for the supply of properties to the rental sector is still strong and as you can expect that the requirement of properties by tenants will continue to increase from spring through to the summer months.

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November 2010 - Ex homeowners opt to save money and rent

Briits are becoming more like mainland Europeans. Most of us still aspire to owning the roof over our head, but increasingly we can't afford to. With first time buyers now needing a deposit of around 20 per cent before they can get on the ladder, many have no option other than to rent.

For others it's a lifestyle choice. They choose to rent because of the freedom it offers. At some point in their lives, a house with a mortgage can be too big a responsibility. It is evident from the variety of properties on the boks of JNPs letting office in High Wycombe that the quality of rented accommodation matches the rental sector's vastly improved image.

Tall dark haired go-getting career girl Vicky Lyle is 29 (pictured above). After leaving home at 19, she became a seasoned renter, gradually improving on her surroundings as the finances swelled. It wasn't until last year that it suited her to buy a place of her own. Born and bred in South Bucks, the former Wycombe High School girl is now JNP's letting manager.

"It's a job I know a lot about from both sides" she agrees. "My parents are landlords and so is my older sister and I was a tenant for nine years. I understand the concerns of both landlords and tenants."

Currently she says, she is meeting many more tenants who up till now have owned a house, but are choosing to move into a smaller property. "Some have sold and decided to rent either as a way of building up some savings to give them security in the present climate. Or they want to get some cash behind them so they can buy a bigger property next time."

The agent says she's also seeing more than a few reluctant landlords. "Typically they've been trying to sell their property for a number of months and now they've decided to let their house because reducing the price an further would mean going into negative equity. "Like the middle aged people who haven't rented since they were students, these first time landlords don't know what to expect. Both need the advice of an agent who knows the area well and is experienced in the lettings market."

This is where Vicky and her team at JNP's lettings office in Crendon Street score. There are nine of them, all local and with 50 years' combined experience of working in rentals. There are two negotiators, two who are responsible for property maintenance, two administrators, one who looks after accounts, one who concentrates solely on tenancy renewals and terminations and ensures each property has an up to date gas safety certificate and then ther's Vicky who oversees the lot, has seen all the properties and is responsible for valuations.

It's a definate advantage that the lettins boss hasn't always worked in estate agency. She has management experience in the commercial sector too. When she was at school she wanted to be a vet, but didn't get the necessary three A grades at A level. Instead she decided to go down the veterinary nurse route and take the two year course for National Diploma in Animal Care at the Berkshire College of Agriculture.

She completed her training with a distincton, but having done work experience with a local vet as part of the course she discovered that her future earnings as a junior veterinary nurse at that time wouldn't be enough to afford the rent even for a room in a shared house. As she explains: "You miss out on getting your independence if you don;t go to university. I'd been happy living at home, but I did want to be independent."

Driven by her need to stand on her own feet, she reluctantly decided to give up the vet idea and instead accepted a much better paid job as an assistant purchaser with an electronics company.

Even from the age of 15 she'd had a Saturday job, working for Grants (the former independently owned letting agency in High wycombe, later taken over by Leaders). "Eventually I decided that this was what I wanted to do full time, but there wasn't a vacancy at Grants so I joined Your Move as a trainee negotiator in the sales department."

Not long afterwards, she was headhunted by her former employer and she moved back to Grants where she remained for six or seven years, advancing through the ranks to become senior lettings consultant. She joined JNP as lettings manager at the end of last year.

Vicky credits her parents for giving her the work ethic. She says she only had good experiences in her years as a tenant. "I suppose the landlords knew I worked for a letting agent and I was never going to let them down."

She acknowledges: "I was lucky to find landlords who would accept my pets. Not all landlords will accept pet owners. At one point I had two cats and a fish and three rats - the rats came from rescue centres and the cats from Battersea - but I pretty much always got my deposit back at the end of the tenancy. There was no way I would risk my reputation as a representative of a lettings firm."

These days she she lives with her partner Michael Whitby who's the assistant pro at Temple Golf Club. "We only really see each other in the evenings because of our jobs" she admits. "Neather of us gets much time off." Sh says the life of a lettings agent can be stressful. "You never leave your work behind when you home. Even on holiday you can be thinking about it." But fortunately of course it's a job she enjoys.

Source: Bucks Free Press Advertorial - Talking to the JNP team Pat Bramley BFP Property Writer

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December 2009 - New Letting Manager for JNP's Letting Team

Vicky Lyle has been appointed as Letting Manager for The JNP Partnership's High Wycombe based lettings office.She has joined the JNP Lettings team which has grown from two staff when it was established by Philip Suter at its inception in 2001 to eight staff. She has worked in the lettings business in High Wycombe for the past six years and her new employers are confident that her experience will be of great benefit to the expanding team.

Vicky Lyle said "Joining JNP is a very exciting move for me and I feel that we can grow from strength to strength with the dedicated team that we have."

Lettings Director Stephen Grace said "JNP has grown by 75 per cent in the last twelve months and it is down to the sheer dedication and professionalism of my team. Vicky will not only add value to our experience, but brings with her a wealth of knowledge.

To many landlords, Vicky Lyle's professional approach is both inviting and refreshing and reassuringly done to a high standard".

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June 2009 - JNP Lettings Office Moves Again

The JNP Partnership High Wycombe has moved into larger premises at 25 Crendon Street High Wycombe, just under six months since it moved to 15 Crendon Street. It is now located next to the sales office and Director David Pering told the Bucks Free Press that the move had been necessary because of the rate of growth of the firm's letting office was experiencing. He went on to say that "The reality is, in the last 18 months the lettings department has grown and grown. We're really pleased with what they have been doing."

The lettings business is forging ahead, however the sales side may have had a slight slowdown, now that the Government's moves to stimulate the market has passed. He said " We have been enjoying a minor recovery, but maybe the minor sales success over the last 3-4 months is starting to cool down". Unfortunately there are not enough first time buyers coming into the market and mortgages were still hard to come by.

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May 2009 - JNP Takes on more staff

The JNP Partnership has added more staff to it's High Wycombe sales team after seeing sales strenghten over the recent months.

Branch Director Graeme Pierce said" Our pro-active approach is paying dividends, with over 120 sales agreed in the last two months. Local knowledge combined with wide coverage, is allowing us to get the job done professionally and efficiently for our clients".

The company recently added to its letting team and is preparing to move to larger premises in June 2009. Steve Grace, Lettings Director at the Crendon Street, High Wycombe office said " the growth of the letting business has nearly doubled over the last year. JNP are now letting more properties than ever before and the firm was aiming to achieve a stress free landlord service".

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February 2009 - JNP Partnership Sets up Prestige Homes Department

After a very good start to the New year, The JNP Partnership in in South Buckinghamshire has launched an all0new brandin a bid to appeal to a more exclusive side of the area's property market.It is a Prestige Homes department.

It will deliver bespoke services to clients who want to market individual and executive property.The department will be based at the Crendon Street, High Wycombe sales office.

Associate Director Ivan Lovegrove said" The JNP brand has always been associated with a quality local service and our Prestige department will offer vendors a bespoke eight page quality brochure, feature advertising and premium display on rightmove. At the start of the year has seen a far better level of sales than expected with potential buyers looking to take advantage of the current market conditions and upscale to larger family homes in the Wycombe area".

Dave Pering a founder Director of the JNP Partnership said "the launch of the new brand on top of the partnership's new lettings office, meant January had been a busy month for the firm. It underlines our committment to rise to the challenge of the current economic climate by continuing to expand and look at new ways of delivering our clients an even better service

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January 2009: JNP Partnership Lettings in High Wycombe move to New Office

The JNP Partnership has moved it's Residential Lettings Office from the sales office at 27 Crendon Street, High Wycombe to a self contained lettings office at 15 Crendon Street, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire.

The original JNP lettings office was established in 2001 by Lettings Consultant Philip Suter FNAEA, MARLA who runs jml-property-insurance and is still also employed as a part time lettings consultant to JNP.

Due to the increase in the letting business in the High Wycombe area, new premises were needed with more room for additional staff.

Dave Pering a Director of JNP said "Last year was without question the most difficult in the property market for a very long time and possibly ever and it is great that in 2009 JNP are rising to the challenge of the current economic climate by expanding, while many of our competitors are contracting".

He went onto say "the high quality and level of experience of the Partnership's staff was the key to its success in the current climate"

Staff are ARLA trained and regularly attend ARLA courses and meetings and JNP are members of ARLA and NALS (National Approved Letting Scheme). JNP offers 3 levels of letting services taking up credit search references and acting as an Introducer to HomeLet insurance products.

The new office's head is Associate Director Stephen Grace who has been with JNP for many years and as well as being experienced in residential lettings has been involved in JNP's sales operation at Hazlemere, Bucks. Stephen said "The move didn't just mean more space for the agents, but also more staff for the department. We've not only opened a new office, but we have also recently expanded our lettings team."

"The lettings market in High Wycombe grew strongly throughout 2008 and JNP' s market share has grown substantially, it is a natural progression for us to open a stand-alone office giving our clients, both landlords and tenants the dedicated attention they deserve."

Philip Suter added" I am very pleased to see that the business has grown so well. When I started the JNP lettings department in late 2001 that was just one part time member of myself and I was also involved in the promotion of holiday home advertising via jmlvillas.com I was in fact only involved in lettings four days a week. We now have seven including accounts staff."

"Since the business was originally launched there has been a lot more time consuming legislation that agents have to deal with, the latest being the provision of Energy Performance Certificates. This means that lettings staff have to be well trained and keep one hundred per cent up to date with ARLA courses."

JNP has sales offices in Hazlemere, High Wycombe, Prestwood and Princes Risborough.

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October 2007: Rumours of The JNP Partnership selling out are unfounded.

The JNP Patrnership (High Wycombe's largest independent estate agents) issued a press release at the end of September to end the recent rumours and "word on the street" that the agents were selling.

JNP founding partner James Jenkins is retiring as a Director of JNP Estate Agents Ltd and Garry Almrott has been appointed Managing Director of a restructured management team. Other team members/ Directors are Garry's brother Julian, Dave Pering, Steve Grace, Darrell Litchfield, Graeme Pierce and Tristan Batory.

The original Stuart Newman and Partners was established in the 1980's and had offices in High Wycombe, Downley, Hazlemere and Prestwood. In the late 1980's it was sold to the Halifax and many of the original team remained with them. In 1994 the Jenkins Newman Partnership was launched with offices in High Wycombe and Hazlemere. The firm later re-branded as the JNP Partnership.

Steve Tennant the present finance Direcortor will also retire, however, they both will carry on working for JNP in a consultancy role.

The press release statement issued by Garry Almrott says "We have now concluded arrangements that have been put in place long-term investment plans, not only consolidating and building on our position as market leaders but further expanding our operations both locally and regionally. Confirmed and definate plans are now in place to move into the mid Bucks area, spearheaded by JNP opening in Aylesburytown centre to cover all the villages between Princes Risborough and the Vale of Aylesbury."

He went on to say " The agency will be opening new lettings offices, building on the business generated by the specialist rental office in Hazlemere to facilate the growing demand for services in the Chiltern villages and the busy buy-to-let sector"

The JNP lettings office was set up in Princes Risborough, Bucks on late 2001 by Philip Suter who runs jml Property Services. Philip had previously set up Frank Farr & Sons letting office in 1984 in Iver, Bucks and additionally at Beaconsfield after Frank Farr and Sons was acquirred by The Leeds Building Society's estate agency division - Property Leeds UK in the early 1990's. Frank Farr & Sons was re-branded Frank Farr.

In 2005 the lettings office moved to High Wycombe and in the summer of 2005, Philip ceased to be responsible for the full time running of the lettings as he wanted to concentrate on other projects including jml villas and jml Insurance. A fellow of the National Association of Estate Agents and a former National Council member of ARLA (The Association of Residential Letting Agents), he still is very much involved with JNP Letting as a consultant.

Before entering the estate agency business James Jenkins was a rock musician in a support band to Pink Floyd, however he then quallified as a chartered surveyor and the rest is history.

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LSLi subsidiaries David Frost Estate Agents - acquired in July 2007, JNP Estate Agents - acquired in September 2007, Intercounty - acquired in February 2007 and First Complete. Also May 2009 Philip Green Estate Agents Buckinghamshire Taken Over - More on this here

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