Sutton Kersh and Thomson and Moulton become one

Following several months of discussions, Sutton Kersh have announced the addition of Thomson and Moulton in to the Sutton Kersh Group.

The amalgamation is the latest stage of the ongoing expansion of Sutton Kersh.

The Liverpool based property agent has joined forces with Thomson and Moulton in a bid to expand it’s Management and Lettings services for both Residential and Commercial property and to further enhance their professional services in Surveys, Valuations and Expert Witness work.

Paul Sutton, a Managing Director at Sutton Kersh expressed his pleasure at having Thomson and Moulton on board:

"On behalf of Sutton Kersh, I am delighted to welcome Thomson and Moulton in to the Group.

"Their extensive expertise and knowledge of the commercial and residential Management and Lettings markets including their large Flat Block Management portfolio will enable the Group to offer an even more extensive range of services and this can only further benefit our clients."

The Sutton Kersh Group is already one of the largest independent property agents in Liverpool. Teaming up with Thomson and Moulton now gives them a market leading edge creating a Group with more than 150 years of experience in the property market.

Thomson and Moulton will continue to operate from it’s Mount Pleasant offices for the time being and the Sutton Kersh Group will, for that period, have their services available from nine branches across the City.

Tudor Roberts, Managing Director at Thomson and Moulton comments "We see this as an exciting step forward. Both companies compliment each other extremely well and our areas of specialisation will contribute greatly to the organisations’ long-term growth plans.

"The amalgamation will create a Group with a formidable amount of expertise and knowledge and the future looks very positive."

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