We are the leading hotel property specialist, and provide services to owners, banks, private equity and insolvency practitioners.
Christie & Co operates across a range of sectors from our UK offices, including care, childcare, medical, leisure and retail. Find out more here.
Christie & Co offers a diversified range of services to a wide range of customers operating in the hospitality sector, in France and throughout Europe
Providing professional services covering surveying, valuation, agency, consultancy, finance, insurance, stock control and software solutions.
We’re the leading specialist advisor for buying and selling businesses in our sectors - hotels, pubs, restaurants, childcare, healthcare, convenience retail, leisure and medical
Our people are the best in the business; professional and customer focused. Each is a specialist in their field and dedicated to client satisfaction.
Find out what we've been up to across all of our sectors
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Christie & Co operates in the hotel market sector, with business expertise going back over 80 years.
We understand that selling your business is a difficult decision. You’ve worked hard to build your business, so there’s every reason to seek help from understanding experts and try to obtain the highest possible price
Thought provoking and relevant, our blog has regular insight into all our sectors
Whether you are a student, a graduate or an experienced professional, we provide opportunities for your career development
Whatever your degree or interests, we can provide real experience working alongside specialist property experts.
Christie & Co provides opportunities for your career in United-Kingdom, in France and in Western Europe.
Our office locations are well placed to ensure we are easily accessible to our clients across the UK, Europe and beyond.
Our expert team of commercial property professionals are ready to provide you with all the advice and support you need to make the best business decisions.
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