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Winkworth opens new office in St Albans

Winkworth is pleased to announce that a new office will be opening in St Albans. Previously trading as Martin Treasure, this latest office brings the Winkworth network to 91 offices in the UK alone. The new office will be owned and run by Martin Treasure, who has worked in estate agency, including operating his own business, in St Albans for 32 years. Together with his team, Martin is excellently placed to advise on the area and the various nuances of buying and selling in the location. Optimising on the strength of the property market in the commuter belt, the St Albans’ office will build on Winkworth’s strong connection between London and the country. Combining the experience of the St Albans team and their local knowledge with the 60 offices in the capital- more than any other agency- the office aspires to be a great asset to both the local community and the Winkworth network. St Albans has increasingly been affected in recent years by the London market, which has seen the largest growth in terms of property prices compared to anywhere in the UK, with many buyers originating from the capital in search of better value for money and an improved lifestyle. The average house price in St Albans is £443,088* and with the added benefit of being in London St Pancras in just 18 minutes it’s easy to see why many are choosing to move to the area. St Albans is also renowned for its excellent schools making it an ideal location for families. Dominic Agace, CEO of Winkworth, comments: “We are extremely pleased to be opening in this prime commuter location and to be working with Martin Treasure and his team, who have a wealth of experience in the St Albans property market. We have seen a strong trend of our London clients looking to move to this area and believe that this office will be well placed to offer them and the St Albans community an excellent service for all their property needs.” Martin Treasure, Director of Winkworth St Albans, comments: "I am genuinely delighted to be joining Winkworth at a time when the London market is now the prime driving-force affecting St Albans' property. After 22 years running my business as a lone voice, I will now have the best marketing, the best network and a fabulous opportunity to offer the best service- bar none - to St Albans' homeowners." *http://tinyurl.com/2yndgz

Winkworth is pleased to announce that a new office will be opening in St Albans. Previously trading as Martin Treasure, this latest office brings the Winkworth network to 91 offices in the UK alone.

The new office will be owned and run by Martin Treasure, who has worked in estate agency, including operating his own business, in St Albans for 32 years. Together with his team, Martin is excellently placed to advise on the area and the various nuances of buying and selling in the location.

Optimising on the strength of the property market in the commuter belt, the St Albans’ office will build on Winkworth’s strong connection between London and the country. Combining the experience of the St Albans team and their local knowledge with the 60 offices in the capital- more than any other agency- the office aspires to be a great asset to both the local community and the Winkworth network.

St Albans has increasingly been affected in recent years by the London market, which has seen the largest growth in terms of property prices compared to anywhere in the UK, with many buyers originating from the capital in search of better value for money and an improved lifestyle. The average house price in St Albans is £443,088* and with the added benefit of being in London St Pancras in just 18 minutes it’s easy to see why many are choosing to move to the area. St Albans is also renowned for its excellent schools making it an ideal location for families. Dominic Agace, CEO of Winkworth, comments: “We are extremely pleased to be opening in this prime commuter location and to be working with Martin Treasure and his team, who have a wealth of experience in the St Albans property market. We have seen a strong trend of our London clients looking to move to this area and believe that this office will be well placed to offer them and the St Albans community an excellent service for all their property needs.” Martin Treasure, Director of Winkworth St Albans, comments: "I am genuinely delighted to be joining Winkworth at a time when the London market is now the prime driving-force affecting St Albans' property. After 22 years running my business as a lone voice, I will now have the best marketing, the best network and a fabulous opportunity to offer the best service- bar none - to St Albans' homeowners."

*http://tinyurl.com/2yndgz

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