July 12, 2024

Award-winning commercial real estate agency Bromwich Hardy has finished top of the table for its work in 2022.

The Coventry-based agency – one of the leading independent commercial property firms in the country – topped a series of tables compiled by industry data experts CoStar for its performance across last year.

The agency came out first in four out of five office categories for Coventry – scooping the titles for most active disposal agent by both number and square footage and being named the number one most active single branch agency for acquisitions and disposals by both volume and size.

The agency also punched above its weight in the highly-competitive West Midlands market, finishing in the top five in three industrial awards and fourth in the regional investment agency section.

Bromwich Hardy founding partner Tom Bromwich said the awards reflected the strength of the agency’s multi-disciplinary offer, with decades of experience across all sections of the commercial property market.

“I am delighted that our success has been recognised by CoStar in their latest awards. Despite the economic difficulties we all faced in 2022, we were able to grow the business throughout the year thanks to the experience, expertise and dedication of a fantastic team.

“The year saw us complete commercial sales of more than £35million, land sales of £57.6million, lease deals worth £4.3million and again retain our title as the biggest dealmaker across Coventry and Warwickshire.

“The 2023 market remains largely positive and despite the ongoing challenges posed by the national economic background we believe there are plenty of grounds for optimism for the year ahead.

“Whilst Coventry and Warwickshire very much remains our home, we are already starting to complete deals further afield and look forward to continuing to play a significant role across the whole of the country.”

The CoStar ranking tables are a key indicator of the best-performing agencies across the country, showing performance in regional and city markets across a range of indicators.

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