Savills Cambridge has become the latest company to team up and partner with Eastern Echo. 

The real estate advisor has been in Cambridge since 1978 and now has a team of 150 professionals and support staff working from its offices in Hills Road.

With disciplines including development, building consultancy, valuations, planning, commercial, new homes, residential sales, lettings and rural it means Eastern Echo readers will have access to a range of expertise, research and industry insight.

Tom Fraser, head of office at Savills Cambridge, said: “The Cambridge office has continued to grow and strengthen its position over the last year and the performance of all teams has been strong.

“This activity has been underpinned by several significant transactions across all divisions including residential, new homes, commercial, rural and development. 

“We have several exciting projects set to launch before the end of the year and we’re looking forward to sharing those with Eastern Echo readers.”

“Successive interest rate rises, a challenging economic backdrop and the sad events in Ukraine have led to a slightly more cautious outlook – and I think there are signs the cost of living is starting to affect certain markets. 

“However, the East of England continues to be a popular choice for homeowners, housebuilders, developers and businesses, so I think the region is well placed to weather any storm.

“Cambridge is a prime example. There are of course challenges – housing affordability being an obvious example – but companies continue to be attracted to the city and the acceleration of the life sciences sector in particular bodes well for its future success.

“In times of uncertainty it is more important than ever to have access to clear, reliable and trusted advice – and the Eastern Echo is the perfect platform for us to reach key decision-makers in the sector. We look forward to a long and successful partnership and sharing our news, expert comment, industry research and advice.”

Savills has six offices across the East of England covering Cambridgeshire, Suffolk, Norfolk, Essex, Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire. 

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