A new look for a familiar name
Mon 12 Dec 2016
Green & Company, which has been one of the biggest names in the local property market for more than 24 years, has unveiled a striking new look across its network of sales and lettings offices.
An eye catching new logo and colour palette is now visible on stylish ‘for sale’ and ‘to let’ boards which have started to appear across Sutton Coldfield and surrounding areas, and will feature on all of our high street offices as they undergo an extensive refurbishment over the coming months.
As of our rebrand, we have also launched a series of new, jargon-free marketing materials in an attempt to simplify the sales and lettings process for customers.
Paul Ivens, director of Green & Company, said: “This is a brand new look for Green & Company but we still offer the same local insight, same expert guidance right up until completion and the same great service.
“The estate agency market is changing and people looking to sell their home or rent out a property now have a wide range of options, from expert high street agents to ‘cheap and cheerful’ online brands. However, there is no substitute for a personal service - especially for such a big decision as selling your home.
“That’s why we have revamped the way in which we communicate with customers to deliver jargon-free, friendly advice and guidance throughout the entire process, from the first phone call right up until moving day. And unlike an online agent we can communicate in the most convenient way for our customers - via text, on phone, email or face-to-face in the comfort of our newly-refurbished offices. This includes support outside of normal office hours from our dedicated Customer Care team.
“This rebrand represents a significant investment for Green & Company which really shows our commitment to the local area. We employ nearly 100 people across our network and we’re proud to be an active member of our local communities through sponsorships and community initiatives.
“I really hope people like the new look and we’re always keen to hear feedback, so pop into your local branch or visit our Facebook or Twitter pages and let us know what you think.”