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Allen & Harris moves into Pullin Rose

Property sales and lettings agency, Allen & Harris in Frome, has announced it has acquired independent local lettings business Pullin Rose.  

Pullin Rose is a successful family-run business established by Rosie and Richard Pullin in 2010 and has grown into a successful business – one of the local market leaders – covering Frome, Bath and surrounding areas.

The acquisition will see Pullin Rose continue as a business in the short term after which it will transfer into Allen & Harris’s well established Frome branch.   Owners Rosie and Richard Pullin will be retiring from the business but all other staff – a team of four – will be retained in their current roles;  Nicola Collier as office manager, Steph Heal and Chaz Barnes as negotiators, and Liz Gard as property portfolio manager.

Bill Burn, area manager at Allen & Harris said, “Frome, Bath and its surrounding area is one where demand for rental properties and the number of homes to let have increased hugely in recent years.

“We are delighted to integrate such a successful and strong business such as Pullin Rose into the Allen & Harris lettings network.

“This acquisition complements our existing business extremely well and strengthens our growing portfolio of managed properties.

“It demonstrates our continued commitment to expanding our Lettings business – evident also from our recent acquisition of Sky Lettings in Southampton in December – and will allow us to increase our market share and extend our market leading lettings services to even more tenants, landlords and buy-to-let investors.

“We welcome Nicola, Liz, Steph and Chaz to the team who will prove invaluable for keeping consistency for clients.”

For further information on the lettings market in and around Frome, please contact the local branch on 01373 471252 or email fromelet@sequencehome .co.uk

 

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