CENTURY 21 UK, the fastest growing agency franchise in the UK, has today (29th March 2016) announced that the owner of its Cameron Adams (Leytonstone) and Stratford offices, Kamran Younis, has renewed his agreement with the franchisor which will extend the relationship across both offices to a 25-year term.
CENTURY 21 Cameron Adams (Leytonstone) became part of the Group 10 years ago and Kamran recently signed his third five-year renewal agreement.
Following a successful period within CENTURY 21 UK, Kamran opened CENTURY 21 Stratford five years ago and has now signed a further five-year agreement
Kamran is the first multi-office owner to renew a CENTURY 21 UK second office agreement, and with both offices now signed up this marks a combined 25-year agreement.
The CENTURY 21 Cameron Adams (Leytonstone) and Stratford offices provide a range of property services to clients including:
Full estate agency services – buying and selling residential and commercial properties.Full lettings and management services.100% accompanied viewings.Free market appraisal service (with no obligation).Appraisals and viewings available seven days a week.Mortgage advice service.Chartered surveying service.Direct access to international properties with a special focus on the Cote d’Azur, France.Global brand recognition – exposure of property locally, nationally and internationally.
One of its core client service values is the CENTURY 21 UK commitment to the assignment of a single, dedicated professional to manage all aspects of the client’s property transaction – including marketing, viewings, negotiation and coordination of all chain management activities.
Kamran Younis, Owner of CENTURY 21 Leytonstone and CENTURY 21 Stratford, said:
“Since we joined CENTURY 21 UK 10 years ago, we have benefited immensely from being part of the Group, the brand presence it offers, especially internationally, and the reach it has across multiple territories. The support and guidance we receive from head office is superb and this has allowed us to develop a proposition and service which can more than hold its own in a highly competitive market. Throughout our time with CENTURY 21 UK we have gone from strength to strength, broadening our reach by opening our Stratford office five years ago and tapping into the huge level of demand for property in the East End of London.
“Our decision to renew both offices for a further five years was therefore something of a no-brainer and we feel both confident and comfortable that we can further develop our offering and also grow via the range of opportunities that exist within the broader SDL Group. The future for our local market does look bright, even with the growing level of Government intervention particularly in the private rental sector. The transport infrastructure in the East End continues to develop and we are seeing a slow increase in new-build supply. Demand for property remains very strong and we believe that with our unique service, our experienced staff and our local knowledge, we can continue to meet and exceed the expectations of our growing client base.”
Rob Clifford, Chief Executive of CENTURY 21 UK and Group Commercial Director of the SDL Group, said:
“When we acquired the licence for CENTURY 21 UK three years ago, part of our aim of course was to build the office network across the country but we also wanted to give existing office owners plenty of reasons to stay with the Group and to broaden their structure. When a multi-office owner like Kamran commits to renewing their agreements across those offices there is a deep level of satisfaction for us because its been our aim to deliver all the support and opportunity that would allow existing owners to do this. Over the past three years we have improved and updated our support structure to allow owners like Kamran to grow and develop, and to keep making the strides they want to in this marketplace. We are therefore very pleased and proud to retain Kamran within the Group and we will be continuing to work very closely together in order to help him develop and grow his market share."