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Fri 15 April 2016
2015 saw a steady increase in market share of Stags’ core properties.
A shortage of available property in the West Country, as well as the rest of the UK, coupled with a steady increase in population, has resulted in a modest price increase of 2% over the course of the year. Despite this, Stags has achieved a 4% increase in sales on the previous year, expanding its remit in towns, villages and waterside locations. Senior property partner, Peter Symons, owes this growth to Stags’ active selling approach, a step up from passive listing.
Avoiding unnecessary gimmicks and distractions, the way we market our properties is clear, concise and targeted, with well-chosen striking imagery making it aesthetically pleasing as well as informative.
2015 has seen a range of interesting sales, including Wheal Ellen Mine at Porthtowan and the rags-to-riches story of Hughenden House in Taunton, marketed by Stags’ Taunton office. Previously a run-down commercial premises, this property was on the market for many years before it was acquired by Stags’ clients. With dedication and vision, the clients renovated and converted the site into the excellent range of apartments it is today.
Our knowledgeable staff based in each of our 20 offices will be happy to offer detailed advice on the marketing campaign required to achieve the best results and target the right buyers looking purchase in the West Country.