Blog - Frost news
Thursday, March 1, 2018
Pictured here receiving her certificate from Paul Prokopiou, Training & Business Development Director of The Frost Partnership, is Emma West from our Amersham office, who is celebrating after becoming an accredited Relocation Agent Specialist, having completed a comprehensive online training programme, The Importance of Service.
Friday, October 6, 2017
Congratulations to our Chesham office which has been awarded Silver at “Chesham in Bloom” for their planter and hanging baskets. Chesham was one of the finalists in Britain in Bloom representing Thames and Chilterns as the best large town in the area.
Thursday, September 28, 2017
Franky Viccars from our Beaconsfield office recently had the honour of selling the home of a retired soldier, who served his country for 40 years in the Irish Guards. He was proud to be selected after several interviews to join the Royal Hospital, Chelsea as a Chelsea Pensioner where he joins some of the veterans he already knows, although at 75 years old he’s still one of the youngest!
Friday, August 18, 2017
Ben Levi from our Chalfont St Peter office and Lydia Zammit from Ashford (pictured receiving her certificate from Paul Prokopiou, Associate Director of Training & Business Development) are celebrating after becoming accredited Relocation Agent Specialists. The accreditation is awarded by Relocation Agent Network and is achieved by completing a comprehensive online training programme, The Importance of Service.
Thursday, July 27, 2017
Congratulations to our Beaconsfield team, who have won the Gold Winner award as the best estate agent in Beaconsfield in the British Property Awards 2017. The Frost name in property goes back over 100 years and we’ve been selling and letting property in Beaconsfield for much of that time. The current team in our Beaconsfield office shares 200 years local estate agency experience so brings a wealth of local property market knowledge and understanding to the business. Pictured here L-R seated Franky Viccars, Juliet Tether and (standing) John Day, Pamela Price, David Wright, Jill Langton and Roger Mead.