2022 seems to have rushed by, and it’s hard to believe we are nearing the end of the year already! Here at Property Solutions Group, it’s definitely been exciting, innovative and varied!
We’ve seen some incredible growth in all areas of the business, including increasing our team by four awesome people, promoting Michael to Managing Director and opening up lots of new ways to solve property headaches for our wonderful clients.
Our Clearance and Maintenance teams have had some real adventures this year, including some heart stopping moments with missing floor boards in first floor rooms and a hand grenade (which thankfully turned out to be a replica!) There have been some really positive moments too like identifying valuable assets and saving a pond of koi carp!
Another massive highlight was being heavily involved with the British Wills & Probate Awards, as Headline sponsor, for a second year. It has been a real joy to spend time in our community and celebrate the amazing service and innovation that firms across the country are bringing to the industry. It was great to meet so many of you at the awards bash and we look forward to catching up in the New Year.
We continue to innovate, and we’re excited to launch a new string to our property sales bow. The online bidding platform is now live and offers a great way for probate properties to sell affordably, efficiently and across a wider demographic and geographical area.
There’s been a lot of positive moments for our team too; Chloe got married, Ross had a new baby girl, Tanya got a puppy and Chris, Darren, Abbie and Rebecca all purchased new homes.
We’ve got plenty more things planned for 2023 including a very exciting new project! So, let’s book a catch up. You’ll be amazed at all the different cost effective ways we now have to solve your property headaches.
From all of us at PSG we wish you a very enjoyable Christmas and New Year.
See you in 2023!
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