- The new office on 59 Mosley Street represents a £500,000 expansion into the Manchester market by North Property Group.
- North Property Group can already boast strong relationships with the area’s top developers, and the Manchester office will only strengthen these further.
- Tim Coen, co-founder of North Property Group, said: “North Property Group is built on trust, quality and integrity – qualities which we know are embedded within the Manchester business community."
The new presence in the city creates a place for local investors interested in buy to lets in Manchester and other investment properties to talk and discuss in-person with North Property Group’s experts.
A hub for key Manchester developments
The new office on 59 Mosley Street represents a £500,000 expansion into the Manchester market by North Property Group. The investment shows that North Property Group practice what they preach – the company has long promoted Manchester as an investment property hotspot.
Having a tangible presence in Manchester will allow North Property Group to focus on their key properties in the city. A team of 6 salespeople will support with the sales at the exciting Manchester buy to let developments at Peelers Yard, Fifty5ive Queen Street, Albion Place, Saxon Square and Viadux.
As well as working with property investors, the Manchester office will also operate a new homes arm, for owner occupiers looking to move up the property ladder.
Strengthening local relationships
North Property Group can already boast strong relationships with the area’s top developers, and the Manchester office will only strengthen these further.
The benefits of building on the already strong partnerships with proven luxury developers will be passed on to North Property Groups clients of Manchester buy to lets and other investment properties. These developers include established companies such as Salboy, CERT Property, Mulberry Homes, Mandale Homes and Renaker.
Commitment to Manchester
Leasing agents OBI partnered with North Property Group to secure the workspace, working on behalf of landlords GGM Properties.
Debbie Meredith, transactions and asset management at OBI, said: “59 Mosley Street is an ideal fit for North Property Group as they look to put down roots in Manchester alongside their presence in Leeds.
“It’s great news for the North that occupiers are growing their operations and expanding into other regional cities. 59 Mosley Street is a central location with a fantastic ground floor presence from which North Property Group will no doubt thrive and expand their business.”
Peter Smith, group business manager at GGM Properties, said: “We are delighted that North Property Group have chosen 59 Mosley Street for their new Manchester office. The building offers a prominent location with fantastic signage opportunities and easy access to St Peter’s Square for its client base.”
Tim Coen, co-founder of North Property Group, said: “North Property Group is built on trust, quality and integrity – qualities which we know are embedded within the Manchester business community.
“Expanding our operations to Manchester shows our clients our absolute commitment to managing their assets by ensuring we are on the ground in one of the leading markets for real estate investment. We are looking forward to our new base at 59 Mosley Street acting as a catalyst for growth.”
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Follow in North Property Group’s footsteps and make a property investment in Manchester too. Contact us to find out more, or come in and visit our new Manchester office at 59 Mosley Street.
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