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Friday 09 June 2017

Leading Propertymark Protected letting agents Loveitts has strengthened its property prowess with the appointment of three new board members. The announcement by Coventry and Warwickshire’s longest established property firm reflects the impressive growth of the business.

The restructure will see Sally Smith, Paul Barnes and Chris Edsall, all of whom had previously held Associate Director positions take full board responsibility.

Peter Rosier, Kendall Head and John Pugh will all remain as company directors and continue to steer the business through this period of significant growth.

Peter Rosier, Managing Director of Loveitts said: “This is a truly exciting time for Loveitts and the latest appointments to our board reflect the impressive growth of the business.

“Whilst the market is constantly in a state of flux, we firmly believe there is always a role for a high quality service and at Loveitts we pride ourselves on exceptional customer care alongside an unrivalled wealth of local knowledge and expertise.

“We are proud of our reputation within the property market and we attribute a great deal of our success to our talented and experienced team. We are thrilled to be welcoming Sally, Paul and Chris to our board of directors and their appointment is a testament to their hard work and dedication to our growing business.”

The new appointments come at an exciting time for the business, which is today one of the largest and most reputable estate agents in Coventry and Warwickshire.

Over the last few years, Loveitts has enjoyed significant growth.  The firm boasts a comprehensive portfolio of services – with the main areas being Auctions, Commercial and Property Management, Residential Sales, New Homes and Land.  Additionally, Loveitts currently manages 80 apartment blocks together with over 2500 residential and commercial tenancies and over the years, has built an enviable reputation for achieving high levels of success in selling and letting both residential and commercial properties.

Further, Loveitts is Coventry’s only dedicated auction house and is unique as it specialises in the disposal of properties across Coventry and Warwickshire, whereas its competitors spread themselves across the Midlands, targeting mainly Birmingham and its suburbs.  Its track record in auction sales is also impressive with an average 82% success rate which is consistently above the national average. 

And this year, its auction arm of the business has attracted record levels of interest, offering the highest number of lots since the last recession nearly eight years ago.

Loveitts is a business which through delivering a quality service has continued to develop its presence throughout the region. Never a business to stand still it continues to further expand its service offering to meet market demand as well as increase its professional team with the firm now employing over 60 staff across four offices.