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Ben Quaintrell, My Property Box's managing director.
Rebecca Wayman

Darlington lettings agency boosts Tees Valley portfolio with new properties

My Property Box has increased its portfolio of rental properties by 20 per cent following the completion of a takeover deal.

The move is part of the Darlington-based letting agency’s strategic plan to grow its business throughout the Tees Valley and comes seven years after the company was founded.

According to the company, the number of homes on its books has grown following the takeover of Holt Estate Agents, which formerly had an office in Thornaby.

My Property Box has created its own suite of software allowing landlords to access contract forms via a smartphone as well as being able to photograph and submit required documents.

Ben Quaintrell, managing director of My Property Box, concluded with his thoughts: “The addition of such a significant number of properties in this area of the Tees Valley has allowed us to grow the footprint of our business.

“My Property Box has added more homes to its portfolio as a result of the takeover, which underlines our ambition to continue to grow and make our innovative and comprehensive services available to landlords and tenants across a much wider area.

“Having founded the business from scratch just seven years ago, I’m hugely excited at this expansion which allows the company to add to our reputation as a trusted lettings agency offering excellent service and expert advice.”

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