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Humberts is looking to relocate its commercial property agency in Nottingham, having sold its East Midlands-based residential operation as a franchise.

Humberts is to merge with Chesterton to create a combined chain of 57 estate agency offices, following the acquisition of the remaining 50% in Chesterton by Humberts' parent company Mercantile Group.

Humberts has sold Blenheim Bishop Estate Agents of London back to its original owner for £1m, while BTFL, the Kent-based rural and commercial estate agency, has been sold for a nominal sum.

Humberts has sold Richard Harding Estate Agents of Bristol back to its original owner for £1m.

Humberts has sold Thomson Currie, the estate agency with offices in Islington and Clerkenwell, back to the original vendors for £1.8m, while Shrewsbury-based Halls Participations has been sold back to its original vendors for £1.9m.

Humberts has sold the property management business of Farleys estate agents in South Kensington, London, to Peverel for £0.4m.

Humberts has acquired Thomson Currie, the London-based estate agency with offices in Islington and Clerkenwell, for an initial £2.4m.

Humberts has acquired three estate agencies for about £10m, including Richard Harding of Bristol, Halls Participations of Shrewsbury and Fox & Manwaring of Kent.

Humberts has acquired Wellingtons, the London-based estate agent with three offices, for up to £1.6m, as well as Kent-based Spencer Ridley Properties and Gale & Dunn.

Humberts has bought six of its franchised estate agents in the East Midlands, including offices in Grantham, Lincoln, Newark, Nottingham, Melton Mowbray and Stamford, for up to £2.8m.

Humberts, the nationwide firm of estate agents and chartered surveyors with 39 offices, is to be acquired by London-based Farley Group in a £1.8m reverse takeover.