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New Kid on the Block

New Estate Agents Colin Graham Residential opens in Glengormley

If you have been in Glengormley recently you will have no doubt spotted the striking black and white awning of the new estate agency, Colin Graham Residential.

We recently caught up with local resident and managing director Colin Graham to find out about his new venture and why when it comes to business, he likes to keep everything simple… in black and white.

Having gained over a decade of experience working for established property companies in Northern Ireland, Colin felt the time was right to make the leap and head up his own company.

He brings with him a wealth of experience, contacts, and expert insight into the local property scene.

Well respected in his field by customers and business associates alike he has a reputation for being straightforward and for keeping things simple in an area which can sometimes be stressful and overwhelming.

This simple approach he tells us, is what led him to the black and white design of his company logo, and the interior of his impressive new Glengormley office, “I asked myself the question, what type of service would my customers want? What would I want if I was buying or selling a home? The answer was to keep things simple, black and white, and it grew from there.”

Colin’s aim is to offer house hunters a more relaxed approach and to remove some of the formalities and stresses that come hand in hand with buying or selling a property.

“We aim to make things as smooth as possible for customers. We have extended opening hours in our office and show houses and want people to feel comfortable when they call in to discuss their property needs, whether they are thinking of buying their first home or selling an existing property.”

In his new premises Colin has incorporated two (transparent) glass offices offering clients privacy to discuss their property needs.

The coffee is brewing, the dress code is casual and the atmosphere friendly, there are sweets and yes, they are black and white.