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Over the course of two days in London, Northamptonshire sales and letting agency Chelton Brown made the most of the opportunity to build on its reputation as one of the leading agencies in the region; highlighting its properties to a national audience and building on the expertise that is at the heart of the business.



An exclusive Luxury Property Show in Mayfair gave Chelton Brown the chance to showcase its prime residential properties.

As a Member of The Guild of Property Professionals, the company was invited to provide an expert and unique in-depth view of Northamptonshire’s property market as well as highlighting its extensive range of quality properties for sale.

“With increasing interest in homes in Northamptonshire due to its continued price stability and first class commuter links, this exhibition is an excellent opportunity for potential buyers and investors to gain valuable knowledge of the area and its market,” said Managing Director Sali Brown.

The Guild of Property Professionals, which has its head office in Park Lane, is a national network of almost 800 carefully selected independent estate agents working together to consistently raise standards of excellence and professionalism in the industry.

Ian McKenzie, CEO of The Guild added: “No other independent agent in Northampton can offer its vendors and clients alike a dedicated property exhibition on Park Lane – a prestigious address which lies at the heart of the London investor community.”


During the same trip, Sali Brown, along with Director and Daventry Branch Manager Edward Chelton Brown attended the ARLA Conference and Exhibition 2019.

Chelton Brown is registered with ARLA Propertymark, an organisation that works to raise standards in the lettings sector and sets strict standards that members have to meet, ensuring landlords and tenants get the best possible service.

The conference, held at ExCel in London, included speeches from key figures, an election-style panel debate and an exhibition area. Topics discussed ranged from policing landlords that self-manage, the new Tenants Fees Act and business models for the future in the light of ever-changing legislation.

Heather Wheeler, MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State (Minister for Housing and Homelessness) addressed the conference for the second year in a row, commending the work done by ARLA Propertymark to raise standards across the industry, underlining the Government’s aim for the public to have confidence in the sector, making everything fair.

Sali Brown said: “It is important to us to be a member of something like ARLA Propertymark that works so hard to ensure that standards across the industry remain high. The conference was well attended and covered so many of the issues that face the industry.

“Topics such as the Tenants Fees Act, which is a complex piece of legislation, was discussed and it is invaluable to not only have the support of ARLA Propertymark, but also hear the views of other members and benefit from their experience and knowledge.”

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