Leading London agency owner inks global property partnership deal

Salah Mussa, the owner and chairman of Chestertons, has signed a deal with Forbes Global Properties in a move which will allow Chestertons to go even more global.

Michael Jalbert, Salah Mussa and John Ennis forbes

Chestertons owner Salah Mussa has signed a deal with Forbes Global Properties in a move which will enable his agency to get access to the firm’s  global audience of more than 100 million people.

Forbes Global Properties is the worldwide residential property partner of the huge US business media group of the same name and has a network that encompasses 13,600 estate agents in 23 countries across North America, South America, Asia, Australasia, the Middle East, and Europe.


It provides a curated consumer marketplace of luxury homes that directly connects buyers to the world’s finest homes and the elite agents that represent them.

Properties from Chestertons 30-plus London branches will be presented across the Forbes network of print, digital, and social media channels along with its market commentary and research.

Salah Mussa says: “Like Chestertons, Forbes is a highly respected and well-established brand which hundreds of thousands of people all over the world have grown to trust.”

Michael Jalbert, Chief Executive of Forbes Global Properties, adds: “It is a distinct honour to welcome Chestertons to the Forbes Global Properties network.

“Chestertons is widely recognised as a forward-thinking company that is unwavering in its commitment to the delivery of extraordinary service by a team of best-in-class local experts.”


John Ennis, Chestertons’ Chief Executive, says: “London has long been a global market and having an international platform enables us to get our clients’ properties the right exposure and deliver them the best results.

“Supplementing Chestertons’ international branch network, this exciting new partnership further increases our presence in key global markets.”

Two years ago Mussa tried to sell the agency for £100m.

Pictured left to right: Michael Jalbert, Salah Mussa and John Ennis.

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