Charters opens new branch

Charters has opened a new branch in Park Gate, near Fareham, to further extend its reach across the Solent region.

The sales and lettings team at the new office in Middle Road, SO31, will focus on the Park Gate area, along with Locks Heath, Warsash, Whiteley and surrounding areas.

Rob Mott, chairman of the Charters Group, said: “We are very much looking forward to bringing the Charters’ award-winning brand of property expertise to buyers, sellers and tenants in this popular location.

“But more than that, we’re excited that we have brought new employment opportunities to the local area too.

“Our Park Gate office is manned by a team of local experts with the regional knowledge our customers rely on to make the right choices when it comes to buying a new home and securing the best price for their property. We’ll also have a lettings and independent financial services specialists on hand for support.”

Led by branch manager, Alex Weller, the new branch brings the Charters network to a total of nine offices across Hampshire and Surrey.

Alex Weller

The opening of the Park Gate office and a new central Southampton branch location whose team is currently based in the Chandlers Ford head office, follows Charters’ acquisition of Charles Powell Estate Agents.

Mott added: “In the last 12 months our workforce across the Charters Group has increased from 116 to 162, which reflects our progressive approach to providing the full spectrum of specialist property services under one powerful, independent roof.

“As the market continues to thrive, we’re able to offer our customers a truly holistic property service that spans sales and lettings to surveys, development appraisal and financial services.”


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One Comment

  1. SouthernAgent

    Congratulations to Charters on the expansion, not the last I’m sure! Also a great appointment putting Alex at the helm.



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