Purplebricks acquired Venmore’s lettings department in 2017 and, as part of the deal, Venmore agreed not to enter the property management sector for two years. Tony McDonough reports
Merseyside estate agency The Venmore Group has relaunched its property management service after an agreement with national operator Purplebricks came to an end.
Purplebricks acquired Venmore’s lettings department in 2017 and, as part of the deal, Venmore agreed not to enter the property management sector for a period of two years, whilst the online estate agent traded under the Venmore name.
However, the group which owns Venmores, Bradshaw Farnham & Lea and Ball & Percival has relaunched its lettings division after “high demand” from its former landlords.
Darren Kay, director of TVG Lettings, brings more than 20 years in the industry working in both London and Liverpool. His team has been made from former employees of the letting’s agency prior to the acquisition, who have built up a strong rapport with local Landlords.
“It’s great to be back,” said Darren. “Relaunching the lettings business is an absolute pleasure and to be working again with some fantastic former colleagues is the icing on the cake
“It has been a brilliant start and we have combined our experience with utilising the latest technology to ensure a fantastic service to our clients, new and old.”