Property management firm acquires well-established London agency

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SBA Property Management has acquired London-based property management agency Paul Samuel Associates.

A specialist property management firm with a focus on long-leasehold residential properties and commercial units, Paul Samuel Associates’ portfolio of properties has now transferred to SBA.

The portfolio contains more than 30 buildings, equating to 300,000 sq ft of space, situated in some of the capital’s most prestigious locations including the West End, Kensington, Mayfair, and Knightsbridge.

The acquisition comes at a time of significant change for SBA following a fresh rebrand, the departure of the founding partners and a series of new purchases.

Company director Tim Darwall-Smith said: “We are pleased to announce the completion of the acquisition of Paul Samuel Associates and the transfer of their portfolio of properties to our management team.

“In our opening conversations with Paul Samuel Associates, it was clear the organisation was seeking a leadership company that matched their values and bespoke relationship management we at SBA Property Management are proud to deliver.

“We are absolutely committed to building on their successes and continuing to deliver the personal touch clients know and expect.”

Paul Rubenstein, former principal at Paul Samuel Associates, commented: “We have built the reputation of Paul Samuel Associates on providing a personalised and professional service for our clients – so it was absolutely essential that we found an organisation that matched our core values and would further strengthen existing relationships.

“The team at SBA Property Management are well-equipped and experienced to take forward our existing relationships with clients and tenants across the portfolio and we wish them every success.”



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