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Exclusive: Growing ‘semi franchised’ regional estate agency launches in London

NEXA now has operation in seven territories with plans for several more as it prepares a brand refresh.

Nigel Lewis

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Growing hybrid estate agency NEXA has launched its first office in London after establishing itself in six territories outside of the capital.

The agency, which was set up by former professional rugby player and Dubai estate agent Jamie Gray in 2017, describes its business as a ‘semi franchised one, offering agents 40% of the commission they charge clients.

Its existing hubs, which are in Bristol, Liverpool, Cardiff, Chichester, Portsmouth and South Wales, have now been joined by a London outpost launched today.

Others are expected come on stream in Brighton, Southampton, Bath and Manchester.

abbie nexa Spokesperson Abbie Rose-Curbison (pictured) says: “When reviewing the market we realised there wasn’t really an estate agency with a business model like ours, leaving a service gap to be filled.

“Through our established networks we had a lot of property investors and clients who were happy with our branch service in current offices and wanted to use for their London business.

“We have a few exciting listings launching this month from our network that will help us really stamp our mark on the London property market.”

The launch of the London office coincides with a branch refresh for the company, about which Curbison says: “Now that we are more established as an agency we are transitioning from a disruptive, impacting feel to an approachable, playful branding.

“This will stand with London and roll out across our other branches over the next few months.”

October 5, 2021

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