3 March 2020

Pantera Property has bolstered its South East operations with the acquisition of Essex property agency
Jordans Property Matters.

Our 13-strong firm has continued to expand its scope and services to encompass national property
sales, secured lending valuations, portfolio management and security services for a wider range of
clients, launching a London office in 2017.

“We have established a great reputation for discreet, pragmatic valuation and marketing services for a
wide range of residential and commercial property, and originally we attracted most of our business
from insolvency practitioners dealing with bankruptcy, insolvency and Law of Property Act situations”
said Pantera managing director Tom Snook.

“Now we’re increasingly assisting lenders with securities and investors in valuing non-standard assets.
We are also marketing complex portfolios for clients, including rental investment property and assets.”
The acquisition of long-established Chelmsford-based commercial and residential agency Jordans
Property Matters will see us boost our office in the capital, from where Pantera already generates a
significant proportion of our southern work.

“We are currently seeing a 50-50 north-south split in our workload, with a noticeable uptick in new
business and instructions coming from London and the South East” said Tom.

He added: “Jordans founder Peter Sawyer has been in business in East London and Essex for more than
30 years. The firm will be a great strategic fit for us, bringing a raft of new clients which we will largely
service in London.”

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