It was launched in 2007, rebranded in 2017, has doubled staff numbers in the past five years and now acts for more than 70 clients.
Following a year of growth Spicerhaart Part Exchange and Assisted Move is looking to move to a larger office in Sheffield and hire take on more staff, sales consultant and two new business development managers.
Acting for builders and developers across the UK, Spicerhaart Part Exchange and Assisted Move provides a range of part exchange and assisted move services. It was launched in 2007, rebranded in 2017, has doubled staff numbers in the past five years and now acts for more than 70 clients.
Jan Biggins, national sales manager at Spicerhaart Part Exchange and Assisted Move, said: “As a result of Brexit, the property market has been a lot slower, and developers are finding it considerably harder to sell their new builds.
“However, those that are adapting offer a 'complete package', including options for those who want to buy but are unable to sell their current home, are securing more sales.
“Being part of the wider Spicerhaart group gives the part-exchange and assisted move division the scope to grow because it has the support of so many estate agency branches throughout England and Wales.”
Neil Knight, (pictured), business development director, added: “It is a really exciting time for us and we have the opportunity to grow even further. But we can’t do that unless we have the right people on board, so we are keen to hear from anyone who would like to be a part of our expanding team.”
This ranges from some of the UK’s biggest developers–including Persimmon, Taylor Wimpey, Redrow, McCarthy & Stone and Barratt Homes–to smaller independent builders and innovative developers like Nu Living.
This week the businesssignedanother new contract, with North West developer Russell Armer Homes.