Christie & Co’s Manchester office reports best ever year for sales


Posted on January 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Last year was the best ever for property sales at Christie & Co’s Manchester office, since it opened in 1984. Manchester director Julian Troup said the office had sold more than 240 businesses during 1999. “This is a terrific achievement, bearing in mind that some areas of the country are still experiencing a difficult market,” Mr Troup said. “Our specialisation in the sale of hotels, pubs, restaurants, healthcare and retail businesses has enabled us to concentrate and focus on a well balanced stock of businesses which is made available to an extensive list of prospective purchasers.” Mr Troupe said that in the healthcare sector the national standards proposed by the Centre for Policy on Ageing, and contained in the government consultation document “Fit for the Future”, had created uncertainty. “However, the demand for quality homes, particularly for purpose built or specialist care units, remains strong,” he said. “Smart buyers have realised that, while there are issues which will need to be addressed in mos





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