Rego Sotheby’s moves back to Front Street
Real estate firm Rego Sotheby’s International has moved house — back to Front Street where the company first set up shop nearly 70 years ago.
The firm has moved from its offices on Cavendish Road on the outskirts of Hamilton to the Dickinson Building.
Buddy Rego, president of RSIR, said: “Our new offices are in a prime location and are the ideal headquarters for our growing staff.
“We look forward to welcoming existing and new clientele to our new space.”
The headquarters of the company, founded in 1949 and the oldest on the island, had been in Cavendish House for a decade.
Penny MacIntyre, RSIR partner, said: “We have reached a lot of milestones during our time at Cavendish House.
“Our full-service company continues to grow in terms of listings, transactions and community involvement.
“Our new offices are more suitable to accommodate our current and future goals.”
Contact information for the firm will remain the same.
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