|30th June 2016|
|MBC organise an event for Bath's newest estate agents Pearson Ferrier.|
Over 50 local Bath business and community leaders attended a drinks reception to celebrate the launch of a new city estate agents Pearson Ferrier. With over 25 years experience the estate agents are delighted to now have offices in the City of Bath.
Deputy Mayor of Bath Councillor June Player welcomed guests to the reception and wished Andrew Harrison every success with his new businesses which is based at Odd Down in Bath. The Deputy Mayor was also very supportive of Pearson Ferriers chosen charity, a charity that is close to hers and her families heart.
Andrew Harrison Branch Manager at Pearson Ferrier Bath said It is so exciting to have our office based here in the beautiful City of Bath. Our experienced team are delighted to have the opportunity to be here and to be in the position to help local people sale their homes.
Covering such a wide area, our team in Bath are confident that they can find a property for everyone. At our launch reception we were also pleased to announce our new campaign to help a local charity. We feel it is important that local businesses give back to their communities. At our reception we were pleased to announce that every house that comes on the market with us in the next 3 months will be entered in to the Golden Ticket Competition where you can if you are a winner sell you home FREE OF CHARGE! We are also proud to say that we will be donating part of our fee to the Wallace & Gromit Grand Appeal, and we aim to raise as much money as possible for this worthwhile campaign that supports local children and families.
Pearson Ferrier have had a
really successful start to their presence here in the City of Bath and are looking forward
to building their reputation and helping more local people with the sale of their homes.
Honesty and Integrity are important words to Andrew and his team and they hope to build on
the respectability, trustworthiness and reliability that they have shown to clients to
Morgan-Brinkhurst Consultancy 2016