Tedworth Property Group becomes latest Bien Media client

  • by Melanie Bien
  • 20 Sep, 2017
Property consultancy Tedworth Property Group has started working with PR firm Bien Media
Bien Media is delighted to be working with Tedworth Property Group, a new property consultancy focused on prime central London.
Tedworth has been set up by Christian Warman, formerly of Savills, and Simon Tollit, formerly of Knight Frank and Sotheby’s International Realty. Both feel that after years of working in big corporate agencies there is a gap in the market for a first class, personalised and bespoke service. With over 30 years’ combined experience, transacting in excess of £1 billion-worth of property in central London, the pair have also built a far-reaching global network.
Simon Tollit, director of Tedworth Property Group, says: ‘We know the prime central London market inside out and have always provided a best-in-class offering, with advice and expertise that ensures clients receive a personal, discreet service. For us, listening and providing bespoke customer service is key to our success.’
Tedworth is based close to Sloane Square and covers all of central London, including Mayfair, Marylebone, Chelsea, Kensington, Knightsbridge and Belgravia.
Christian Warman, director of Tedworth Property Group, says: ‘It may be a tough, uncertain housing market but that makes it a great time to launch, with off-market sales in particular as buoyant as ever.
‘As experienced agents with a network of buyers and sellers, this discreet, privately available market will better suit Tedworth clients – rather than a mass of openly-marketed properties.’

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