National estate agency Humberts has endured an unusual year by any measure of business performance.
In May this year the then loss-making 176-year-old company went into administration and, when it did, redundancies were predicted by its MD Ian Westerling as a buyer was sought for the profitable parts of the company’s operation.
But in an astonishing turnaround, in May it was bought out of administration by upmarket holiday rentals firm Natural Retreats and its business model turned on its ...
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