PSG announces expansion plans

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20 April 2015


PSG No1Market leading national conveyancing search provider PSG (Property Search Group) is set to expand its network of offices.

PSG is actively seeking new franchisees to join its network of 48 offices in England and Wales.  It has also announced that it is looking for talented business development and sales managers to work with its network to support its growth and expansion plans.

Richard Dawson, managing director at PSG said:  “With steady increases in activity in the property market, the time is right to focus on growing our network and increasing our overall market share.  Our client base of over 2,000 conveyancing law firms of all different sizes, national housing developers, housing associations and utility companies stand testament to the unique service we are able to provide”.

PSG is in involved in more than 1 in 5 residential property transactions and specialises in providing property searches and related products for conveyancing solicitors across England and Wales.

“We’d like to talk to people already working in the conveyancing/property sector or talented sales managers who may be looking for a change in career or direction” added Stephen Murray, PSG’s business development director, “PSG represents a great opportunity to become part of a nationally recognised and trusted brand, with the bespoke service provided at local level by our offices across the country”.

To find out more about franchise and job opportunities at PSG contact Stephen Murray on 01226 246 644 or email franchisesupport@propertysearchgroup.co.uk



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