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Expansion continues for Rendall & Rittner with latest purchase

04 December 2017

Having purchased Braemar Estates for an undisclosed sum, Rendall & Rittner has extended its portfolio to include approximately 5,000 properties.

Its latest acquisition means the company now manages more than 50,000 units around the UK.

Each company will continue to operate under its respective brand name and Braemar Estates staff will also remain at offices in Hale and central Manchester.

It was further stated that Braemar will soon unveil its updated corporate branding.

The purchase is intended to increase the Rendall & Rittner presence in the North West, around the Braemar area of operation.

Rendall & Rittner will also continue to operate from its four area offices in London, in addition to regional offices in Manchester and the Midlands.

Rendall & Rittner chief executive officer Duncan Rendall described how the purchase will deliver benefits including increased scope and the additional "expertise and strong reputation" provided by Braemar Estates.

"Our two businesses share the same values and commitment to quality so we are hopeful for a smooth transition over the coming months."

With Braemar's management team remaining in place, it was stated that a "a review of operations will take place during 2018".

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