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Agency launches free ‘improvement cost reports’ for vendors and buyers

Power Bespoke and Stoke Park Developments have signed a partnership that will enable buyers to understand a home's development potential early on.

Nigel Lewis

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London and SE England estate agency Power Bespoke has signed a partnership with a leading development company to offer vendors a refurbishment and extension price estimator service as part of its marketing service.

Both sides say the services is a first of its kind within the housing market, enabling Power Bespoke vendor to inform buyers about the potential improvements to be made to each property and their likely cost.

The partnership is with Stoke Park Developments, which some agents may recognised from its appearance on Sarah Beeny’s latest TV show Renovate Don’t Relocate just before Christmas.

CIELAPower Bespoke founder Perry Power (pictured) says vendors and buyers will be able to read a ‘Property Improvement Report’ for each home sold by the estate agency for free, subject to the vendor’s agreement.

“I’ve always felt that estate agents should do more for both sellers and buyers in order to illustrate the potential a property might have,” said Power.

“Both parties will gain a better insight into the potential for extending or remodelling a property, what the process would entail and how much it would cost.”

geoff saundersGeoff Saunders (pictured), Managing Director Stoke Park Developments, says: “We’re very excited to be working with Power Bespoke. As both companies have similar values and a firm foothold within the luxury property market, we think it’s the perfect time and a fantastic opportunity.”

Perry Power became an estate agent in 2003 and worked at several well-known agencies including Andrews, Pinnacle and Fine & Country before setting up Power Bespoke in 2014.

February 9, 2021

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