Dexters adds six branches after completing acquisition of two London agents

Dexters has added six new branches to its fast-expanding London network following the strategic acquisition of Peter James and Sebastian Roche, both based in South London.

The company says that it has entered into ‘partnerships’ with the aligned with Peter James and Sebastian Roche who provide sales, lettings and new homes services.

Established in 1998, Peter James has offices in Blackheath, Lee, New Cross and Brockley whilst Sebastian Roche, established in 2000, has offices in Forest Hill and Lewisham.

Dexters also recently joined forces with one of south east London’s oldest established and most famous estate agents, Roy Brooks.

Dexters, which plans further expansion in the coming months, has maintained consistent growth, increasing revenue at about 15% per year over the last 10 years with turnover reaching £109m in 2020.

Andy Shepherd, CEO of Dexters, said: “These new partnerships with Peter James and Sebastian Roche will strengthen our market presence in south and south east London. We have long been an admirer of both businesses which have excellent local market knowledge and talented staff, who we very much look forward to working with.

“Dexters has a distinctive approach to the industry combining a strong local presence, hard work and “feet on the ground” approach.

“This combination has made us the market leader in London for sales, lettings, and property management. We have the resources to free up the local offices so they can focus fully on their clients and their property needs.”

 

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  1. biffabear

    So have they bought/acquired them or networked them?

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