Estate agent has grand designs on the Gwent property market

Fine & Country associate Jonathan Hollins in front of Kemeys Folly, Coed Y Caerau Lane, Kemeys Inferior in Newport. Listed by Fine & Country with a guide price of £1,850,000

Premium estate agency Fine & Country has appointed a new associate.

Newport man Jonathan Hollins will focus on the region’s buoyant residential sales market, and will be providing a variety of estate agency services in Newport, Torfaen and parts of Monmouthshire.

Having previously worked with two other agencies, Mr Hollins has witnessed the growth of the area’s housing market in recent years.

With prior experience in the public relations and marketing sectors, Mr Hollins often found himself working with companies involved in residential property – launching new developments, opening show homes and generating consumer interest in prestige properties was a daily activity for him. It was a natural progression to take this experience and skill set into the field of estate agency.

He said: “With Fine & Country, every property we list is treated just as if it is a major client, and the marketing doesn’t stop until the property is sold.

“Fine & Country has gained an enviable reputation for being a premium brand that delivers on its promise. Having been a consumer of estate agency services for more than two decades, it was the opportunity to join a group of professionals passionate about maximising property values for vendors that enticed me into the Fine & Country fold.

“From Magor to Monmouth, Marshfield and beyond, buyers looking for more value for their property pound flooded toll-free into the local property market.

“In 2023 Wales has seen house price growth of around five per cent, but with the average house price in Wales a shade over £200,000, there are still some incredible pound-per-square-foot bargains to be snapped up.”

Fine & Country regional director Chris King said: “We see 2024

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