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Relocating but not moving far? We’ve got you covered!

Relocating but not moving far? We’ve got you covered!

Thursday, June 3, 2021

The term ‘relocation’ is often associated with a particular notion: someone packing up their family to move cross-country or even internationally for a change in job or career and specifically at the request of and sometimes with the assistance of, their employer. But did you know that the majority of moves that Relocation Agent Network (RAN) members assist with take place within neighbouring areas and by people managing their own move?

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Spotlight on Feltham – our estate agents guide

Spotlight on Feltham – our estate agents guide

Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Spotlight on Feltham – our estate agents guide. At first glance Feltham may be just another Greater London suburb but look closely and you can find a rich history, culture, open spaces and a community where residents overwhelmingly identify their home county as "Middlesex". First recorded in the Domesday Book as Felda, then Feldham meaning “home in a field”, Feltham has rural roots that continued with market gardening well into the twentieth century. A devastating fire back in 1634 destroyed most of the parish buildings but the foundations of St Dunstan’s Church (rebuilt in 1801) date back to the 12th century.

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Chris Perryman - Relocation Agent Specialist

Chris Perryman - Relocation Agent Specialist

Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Chris Perryman (R), pictured here receiving his certificate from Richard Kew (L), Associate Director at our Gerrards Cross office, is celebrating after becoming an accredited Relocation Agent Specialist. The accreditation was awarded by Relocation Agent Network and is achieved by completing a comprehensive online training programme, The Importance of Service. A national network of independent estate agents (of which The Frost Partnership is a member), Relocation Agent Network introduced the training programme to ensure each of its members provides the very highest customer service to those relocating around the UK.

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Slough best UK town for jobs

Slough best UK town for jobs

Friday, September 22, 2017

Thinking of moving? A recent survey has named Slough as the best town in the country for jobs with a score of 4.2, placing it above Manchester (4.0) Cambridge (4.0) and Swindon (3.9). The recent survey by jobs website Glassdoor found that the Berkshire town, located on the M4 technology corridor, came first for work, employee satisfaction and cost of living. The research from Glassdoor also revealed that Slough's median base salary is £35,000, there are over 26,000 vacancies in Slough and the median home value is just over £390,000. If you’re interested in a move to Slough contact The Frost Partnership Slough office for details on properties available to buy or let.

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Don’t just move, relocate.

Don’t just move, relocate.

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

If you are thinking about moving to a new area, near or far away, then talk to The Frost Partnership. As members of Relocation Agent Network, we’ve been hand-picked as being, in Relocation Agent Network’s opinion, our area’s local expert. This means that we’ve met the Network’s strict criteria to become a Relocation Agent, such as quality of service, local knowledge and professionalism.

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Relocating? Staines means business

Relocating? Staines means business

Monday, November 16, 2015

If you’re thinking of relocating or setting up a new business, recent research from accountants UHY Hacker Young indicates that proximity to London, relatively low rents and an increasing number of start-up businesses has put Staines in the spotlight as THE place to be. Staines has shown the biggest increase in new businesses per 10,000 population in 2013 ahead of London and Sleaford, Lincolnshire with a figure that is more than three times the UK average.

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