Murray & Currie acquire two Edinburgh property agencies

Real Estate Agents Murray & Currie Property has acquired Edinburgh property agencies Traquair Lettings and Crombie & Co.

By adding these two portfolios, Murray & Currie has expanded their managed properties by 26% and increased their management fee income by 23% while also creating three new positions.

Harry Crombie, former director of Crombie & Co and now working with Murray & Currie said “Richard Murray and Steve Currie, as well as the rest of the team, have made the whole process seamless. We are now working together and I am here to help with the ongoing service and integration of my business, whereas other companies and people can be less accommodating, letting a former business owner get involved in the day to day and decision making.”

Steven Currie from Murray & Currie said: “We are feeling very positive about the future of the property market in Edinburgh. It is our responsibility as experienced and qualified agents to ensure the growth continues to be consistent, steady and in line with expectation”

Sandy Penny, former director from Traquair Lettings said: “It was important to choose the best options available to our Landlords and Tenants, and Murray & Currie stood out as the obvious choice.  In their 11th year, their established and advanced systems give priority to first class support and communication which will result in increased benefits to our Landlords and Tenants”

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