Regents Estate Agents open a new office in Addlestone.

Regents Estate Agents, part of the Badger Holdings Group, are pleased to announce the opening of its newest branch situated on Station Road in Addlestone, Surrey.

With four other branches in prominent commuter towns; Chertsey, Sunbury on Thames, Staines upon Thames and most recently Woking, the addition of Addlestone fits perfectly within the Regents’ network.

Situated just inside the M25, close to Heathrow and on a direct train line into London Waterloo, Addlestone is a popular town with families and young professionals. In December 2014, a £70 million scheme to regenerate Addlestone town centre was granted full planning permission by Runnymede Borough Council, offering much scope for increased buyer demand and future investment opportunities.

Séamus Kavanagh, Group Chief Executive, comments: “Addlestone offers a good range of affordable homes reaching as far as the more affluent areas of Weybridge and St George’s Hill, making it a highly attractive area for first-time buyers, families and young professionals.  Addlestone is an up and coming location offering opportunities to capitalise on the growing demand from those leaving London to more affordable but commutable areas.”

Regents’ Addlestone branch also covers Brooklands, Byfleet, New Haw, Ottershaw, Row Town, Weybridge and Woodham.

 

Christopher Walkey

Founder of Estate Agent Networking. Internationally invited speaker on how to build online target audiences using Social Media. Writes about UK property prices, housing, politics and affordable homes.

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