The Property Merchant Group
The Property Merchant Group undertakes major, complex, commercial and mixed use real estate investment projects, in London and the East and South-East of England, typically in partnership with major institutional, corporate and private investors, financiers and owners. We provide high quality well managed space for occupiers, and first class investment opportunities for equity and long term investors; with real commitment to the community and to the environment.
Our activities are distinguished by entrepreneurial vision combined with the highest standards of comprehensive real estate expertise and professionalism. We aim to be at the forefront of sustainable investment and recognised as a leader in our field. Our business dealings are characterised by innovative and creative thinking and, while we take our work very seriously indeed, we endeavour to do so with a sense of style and wit - we believe our stakeholders enjoy dealing with us, deriving some fun, as well as very good business, from their relationships with us.
James Bowdidge, Chief Executive of The Property Merchant Group, says: "We have established a great track record, working with supportive investors, and skilled and committed professionals. The commercial property market has, as we foresaw, seen corrections in property values and we believe the time is right to selectively acquire suitable properties. We expect this may include providing our expertise, resources and capital to lenders, investors and building owners and will certainly create an opportunity to expand our funding sources. Essentially we are looking for more of the same, just more of them and, ideally, bigger."
decorem ei addens ne id turba indecora fiat
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