- North Property Group are proud to have been named as the fastest growing property company in The Sunday Times 100, a list of Britain's fastest-growing private companies.
- Their goal has always been to disrupt the real estate industry with a digital approach based on data-driven methods, all while providing customers with the best property investment opportunities in the UK market.
- Details of the list and NPG’s exact ranking will be published on Friday, June 30 in the digital edition and within the Business section of The Sunday Times on Sunday, July 2.
North Property Group are proud to have been named as the fastest growing property company in The Sunday Times 100, a list of Britain’s fastest-growing private companies. The league table takes on the baton from The Sunday Times Fast Track 100 series, which celebrated the country’s leading entrepreneurs for 24 years. The 2023 league table is supported by Barclays Private Bank, DHL Express and Inflexion.
North Property Group have consistently shown exponential levels of growth since its inception in 2017. Co-owners Oli Banks and Tim Coen have led North Property Group from a start-up venture working in a small office in Leeds to multiple offices across Manchester and Leeds, with a multi-million-pound turnover, in just seven years. The company continues to grow and has extensive plans for a company-wide expansion on the horizon. Their goal has always been to disrupt the real estate industry with a digital approach based on data-driven methods, all while providing customers with the best property investment opportunities in the UK market.
NPG has excelled in disrupting the real estate industry, being nominated for multiple awards such as Ward Hadaway’s Yorkshire Fastest 50, finalists in The Property RESI Awards, the FEBE Growth 100, the Great British Entrepreneur Awards and Property Week’s Property Awards to name a few. With extensive plans for future growth, the company continues to break records and set new milestones as it plans to undergo a mass-expansion over the coming months, with the staff set to double and the number of developments on the books set to increase.
The team at North Property Group is proud to have reached this stage and is grateful for the support received from their customers, partners, and the community. The recognition of their hard work by the Sunday Times further motivates them to continue their journey of success and continued growth.
NPG have placed 46th overall, but you can view the list in full here: https://www.thesundaytimes.co.uk/100 and within the Business section of The Sunday Times on Sunday, July 2.
Words from the co-founder:
Oli Banks, co-founder of North Property Group, said: “We are absolutely delighted to have been named in The Sunday Times 100, Britain’s fastest-growing private companies. There are over 4.2 million private companies in the UK and to be placed as one of the top 100, fastest growing companies, is a remarkable achievement.”
“It is great recognition for the journey we have made over the last six years. From a start-up venture in 2017, we have gone on to sell more than £500m worth of UK property and help thousands of investors begin to build buy to let portfolios which create passive investment. We have become the fastest growing property agency in the country; as of 2023, we are selling more than £130m worth of property each year and now manage close to £160m worth of assets on behalf our clients.”
“It goes without saying that we wouldn’t be where we are today if it wasn’t for our dedicated and hard-working employees who had faith in the vision Tim & I had from day one. We have created an ethical and transparent property agency, which operates based on data and facts, with no fluff, waffle, or pushy sales tactics, and it has seen us offer some of the best buy to let investments in the UK. Our service offers a truly A-Z service, incorporating both sales and lettings, which really suits investors who take a hands-off approach to property investing.”
“We’ve disrupted the industry norms, digitalising our customer acquisition strategy, and revolutionising the way property investments are bought. Our digital-native approach has enabled us to widen our audience and allowed us reach investors around the globe at the simple click of a button.”
“Our staff head count has grown in number from two to 44 and every employee has been instrumental to the success of the company. We aim to increase this to over 75 by the end of 2023.”
“The support from our developers and clients has made this journey and recognition all the more satisfying. We’ve expanded across the country already, opening further offices in Leeds and Manchester.”
“We have further expansion plans with several key developments launching across the North West, Yorkshire, and London in the coming months. We are not slowing down, and we will continue with our profitable growth plans, where we expect to reach a £10m turnover and create a further 30 roles across the business. It’s an incredibly exciting time for our business and I can’t wait to see how we can disrupt this industry even further.”
About North Property Group:
North Property Group is a disruptive technology-driven property investment agency that utilises innovative methods to identify prime locations and luxury investment opportunities within the UK. Founded in 2017, our methods have yielded results and acknowledgements within the industry, resulting in our status as an award winning property investment company. These methods have enabled us to work with a number of the world’s biggest property developers as we continue to grow and reset the bar when it comes to standards of service in the property industry.
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