Whether you already know us by name, or you’re yet to step into our ultra-modern office, we’re really pumped to show off our swanky new site!

Take a look around

Roughly 4 years’ ago, we transformed the Places Birmingham brand to give you a sophisticated but edgy lens on the city that we call home.

Fast forward to now and Birmingham as we know it is in its most exciting phase. The landscape has revolutionised into a trendy, commercial hub with grand developments that are just across the street.

Birmingham is booming with alternative culture and hidden nooks, and now we’ve made it even easier for you to find your space amidst it all.

Use our smart search tool to drill down all properties small and tall, filtering by the eight wonderful districts of England’s second city. You can even give us a budget to work with, all of which will help place the stepping stones to lead you to your perfect new home.

Our favourite city is growing, and so are we.

We’ve had some pretty good success in the last few years. We’ve shaken more hands than we can remember, made more coffee’s than we can handle, and unlocked more doors than a lock smith.

Okay, maybe the last one is a slight exaggeration, but our experts are hungrier than ever to help you on your way and narrow your search and find your own little corner in our favourite place to be.

So, are you looking for a place with contemporary cuisine on your doorstep? Do you want to be a few feet from the centre? Or maybe you prefer somewhere close to a park to walk your dog?

With our new interactive map feature, you can see what amenities particular districts have to offer, and how long it takes to walk to the nearest pub.

This is not the end…

We’re always working behind the scenes to pin-point the ways we can support your decision to move in and around Brum.

We have bundles of exciting things to come, features to help you discover and help make moving to a new home both easy and fun.

Let us show you what Birmingham has to offer…

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