Morris Armitage Continues To Grow

2nd January

Continued success prompts estate agency to open new Bury St Edmunds branch

Estate agent Morris Armitage will be opening a new office based in Bury St Edmunds next month, due to its growing success. Having acquired a successful rental business in the town, Morris Armitage is aiming to build on the premises’ already established reputation. The office will continue to focus on rentals, but will also set up a brand new sales team, which will be managed by local resident Mark Wixley.

Talking about his involvement in this new venture, Mark says: “I’ve lived in and around Bury St Edmunds for 30 years and have been in the industry for seven years; and, with a great team supporting me, this branch will be able to offer a high level of knowledge and experience. I’m really looking forward to the task ahead.”

As the seventh office to be opened by Morris Armitage in under 12 years, the Bury St Edmunds branch will join the estate agency’s growing network of offices across Cambridgeshire, Suffolk and Norfolk.

Commenting on this exciting time for the estate agency, co-owner of Morris Armitage, Simon Morris, says: “Both James and I are extremely excited about the opening of the new branch in Bury St Edmunds. Since opening our doors in 2002, we have gone from strength to strength and enjoyed enormous success. This is just another step forward in our growth plans for the business.”

Matched by the region’s upturn in market value, the local estate agent looks forward to working with new properties across the town, both across the residential and commercial markets. Offering advice and guidance to first time buyers, those looking to explore the property market or simply move home, the friendly family run business is excited at the prospects for 2014. Working across the residential and letting sectors, Morris Armitage continues to flourish.

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