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Mullucks Wells joins Hunters estate agency network


By Paul Winspear


Mullucks directors, from left, Daniel Galati, Jo Wilson, William Wells and Richard Roberts (6987492)
Mullucks directors, from left, Daniel Galati, Jo Wilson, William Wells and Richard Roberts (6987492)

Bishop's Stortford-based estate agent Mullucks Wells has joined forces with Hunters, one of the largest and fastest-growing estate agency networks in the country.

The alliance will enable the Water Lane business to retain its independence while extending the range and depth of services it offers.

Residential director William Wells said: “We’re delighted to be joining forces with such a forward-thinking and successful brand as Hunters.

"The move will allow us to embark on an accelerated programme of investment in staff and technology that will include a staff training academy and increased website coverage. We will also be able to offer a vast portfolio of additional services, including auctions, buy-to-let investment and residential block management.”

Founded in 1992, Hunters has more than 200 branches throughout the UK. In the coming months, Mullucks Wells will launch a fresh new image, Mullucks – part of Hunters, but will continue to be independently owned by directors Jo Wilson, Daniel Galati, Richard Roberts and Mr Wells, who will remain at the helm.

The new signage and fascias for Mullucks’ branches in Stortford, Saffron Walden, Great Dunmow and Epping are being prepared and will be added to the premises by the end of February.

Mr Wells added: “Like Mullucks, Hunters are an ambitious company with an excellent proven track record in sales and lettings. Their core values of delivering an excellent and dynamic customer service and the best possible results for customers closely echo those of our directors and staff and we are very excited to be part of this highly respected and growing brand.

“We’ve based our business on being approachable and providing an individual level of service to clients. This will unquestionably continue so we would strongly urge those clients who would like to have a further discussion with us to get in touch.”



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