Yorkshire Property firms with 200 years of history agree merger

Written by Estate Agent Networking UK on - Breaking News -

Nearly 200 years of trading history will join together in order to strengthen their presence in the region of South Yorkshire and beyond with Barnsdales and Swift & Co merging.

Barnsdales are said to be incorporating Swift & Co and their team by moving them over to a their city centre office in Sheffield.

With a growing number of projects and an expanding foot print across the UK, Barnsdales and Swift & Co will be able to manage the current client expectations and enable expansion and growth going forwards.

Full story available on the Yorkshire Post website.

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