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Offices West Bromwich & Sandwell

The Bond Wolfe Partnership was established in 1983 and its founding partners continue to be actively involved and remain committed to growing the business.

Our core activity has always been focused around West Bromwich town centre and the Black Country where we are undoubtedly recognised as the major commercial property advisors, specialising in sales, lettings, acquisitions, investments, development sites, and all aspects of property management.

Our property investment companies have a diverse regional property portfolio of shops, offices, residential and care homes.

Prudent gearing, significant cash resources and substantial bank facilities, provide us with the perfect foundations to establish ourselves as one of the region’s leading property investment groups.

Our estate agency practices are one of the largest privately owned groups in the UK. Our auction house and estate agency have aggregate sales in the region of £200 million and we are proudly listed amongst the top 20 UK auction houses.

Additionally, we have expanded into the food and drink sector with the UK and Irish master franchise rights being acquired for the international Indian Restaurant group, Asha’s Restaurant.

Latest News / Press Releases

  • Bond Wolfe sells landmark building Bond Wolfe sells K2, The Tything in Worcester to law firm Thursfields Solicitors, formerly on the market for offers in excess of £1m
  • Investment sells for over £1 Million Sterry House, a 10,500 sq. ft. office building let to Pace Rehab on a 10 year lease, has been sold for over its £1 Million asking price.
  • Bond Wolfe achieve £1.2 Million for Birmingham investment Bond Wolfe has recorded yet another Million pound plus sale as the office investment, Sterling Park in Oldbury was sold for £1.2 Million.
  • West Bromwich parade is sold Formerly occupied by Allied Carpets, the property at 294-310 High Street, West Bromwich has been sold to a private investor in excess of £1 Million.
  • Ladywood Middleway development sells off a guide price of £1.3 Million Bond Wolfe are delighted to announce the sale of Ladywood Middleway development in Birmingham off a guide price of £1.3 Million to a residential developer.
  • Bond Wolfe sell former office building with residential planning in Stafford Bond Wolfe sells Image House in Stafford, a former office building of 12,146 Sq. Ft. with planning permission for residential conversion off an asking price of £895,000.
  • Trust donates £2.5k to Black Country Women’s Aid Bond Wolfe Charitable Trust donates £2,500 to West Bromwich based Black Country Women’s Aid. The independent charity has supported survivors of domestic abuse and sexual violence in the West Midlands for 30 years.