The industry’s first property management franchise scheme, SDL Property Partners has had a strong start to the year by signing up two new franchisees and hosting potential property partners at SDL Property: 2018.
Joining the “property revolution” by becoming a franchisee for the Croydon area is Sam Kamara, who has 14 years’ worth of experience within the property industry.
Speaking about why he decided to join the SDL Property Partners, Sam said:
“I am excited about what this unique opportunity has to offer and to have the chance to work in a niche area which is currently undergoing significant regeneration.
“I hope to make a meaningful contribution to the local area and to enhance the property management service in Croydon.”
Fellow new franchisee Suleman Ghauri, who works with SDL as a surveyor, has built a strong rapport with the company and saw the opportunity to bring this franchise model to West London. He hopes to improve local customer service of the property industry while developing his already extensive knowledge.
As well as signing up two new franchisees, SDL Property Partners was one of the four core SDL Group brands present at the at the Group’s annual conference - SDL Property: 2018. Property Partners held its own plenary sessions for delegates who specialise in property management thinking about becoming their own boss and making the transition into becoming a franchisee.
Hosted by SDL Property Partners’ managing director, Nick Faulkner, discussion topics ranged from, “the future of property management” to “property management and the law”, led by a selection of industry experts including, ARMA’s Nigel Glen, Qube’s John Thumwood and Tanfield Chambers’ Phillip Rainey QC.
Talking about Property Partners recent success, Nick said:
“The conference was a great success and we were really pleased to be a part of this event. It was a perfect opportunity to showcase Property Partners to a room full of industry experts and to network with existing SDL Group business partners, like Suleman. We welcome Sam and Suleman to our property revolution.”