M2 is a vibrant, new, independent South Wales estate agency, specialising in residential sales across a wide price range and promoting higher end properties (£500,000 plus) under the Town and Country banner.

Whilst M2 is a fresh new brand, its sales staff, headed up by owner Mark Roberts, have extensive local knowledge and many years’ experience. M2’s staff are welcoming, professional and dedicated to helping buyers and sellers achieve their goals. Staff take pride in their sales progression skills and the M2 offer is simple and straightforward – sales fees are competitive and there are no upfront charges and no add-ons.

M2 has friendly, traditional, High Street branches in the market towns of Usk and Abergavenny whilst the opening of M2’s “paperless branch” in Bridge Street, Newport in is a break from tradition and the next phase in the company’s plans. The Newport branch eschews brochures and showroom photos to focus on on-line information, coupled with individual attention from knowledgeable staff. It covers a wide radius from Newport, selling houses in a Risca, Caerleon and Cwmbran, using M2’s sales know-how and familiarity with the local area. The Newport branch also offers customers the convenience of mortgage advice under the same roof, as M2 have teamed up with Andrew Rowe of Mortgage Advice Bureau.

Find M2 branches at 69 Bridge Street, Newport (01633 289622); 17, Bridge Street, Usk (01291 672827) and 11 Cross Street, Abergavenny (01873 856388).

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Known for his stripy suits, strong work ethic and with always an interesting tale to tell, Mark Roberts has forged a 26-year career as an estate agent in and around the Newport area. He set up Roberts Estate Agents in the city 15 years ago and in August 2018 decided to establish the company’s former branches in Usk and Abergavenny at the core of the completely new and separate enterprise, M2. Mark spent his school years in Newport after his father, David, moved from Gloucester to take the job of CEO of the Monmouthshire Building Society and he has never travelled far away since – even on holidays the furthest he has been is Guernsey! Surrounded most of his life by talk of mortgages and house-buying, his career was probably a foregone conclusion – although on leaving school he did try his hand in the exhibitions business and as a youngster he loved visiting his grandparents’ farm in Somerset. Today it is his partner, Katie who retains an interest in the land – keeping a ‘flying flock’ of sheep on and around the smallholding near Raglan where they have lived for the past 11 years with their family of four, aged 5 to 24. A teetotaller, with no interest in sport, Mark’s main hobby is walking – some mornings, accompanied by his springer spaniels and sheepdog, he fits in a 10-miler before breakfast! PS. Katie –if you’ve lost some of your flock, try looking in the window of the Abergavenny branch!

Mark Roberts

With a demanding job and a four-year-old son, Abergavenny branch manager Jo Francis has little spare time on her hands, so weekends away at her parents’ home in Saundersfoot are a welcome break and when the holidays finally come round, she is a real sunshine chaser. Jo rates the Abergavenny area for its accessibility and beautiful surroundings. She has spent 26 years working in the town, helping people find their dream homes. She found her own in a semi-rural stone cottage, full of character and surrounded by lovely walks – but, frankly, she could do without the garden!

Jo Francis

Usk branch manager, dog breeder and home renovator Nicola Foxton is never stuck for words – but she does admit to sometimes losing her voice. It’s down to shouting to be heard over the drilling, hammering and noise of her five assorted dogs at home near Cwmbran and then constantly talking and negotiating on the phone at work. An estate agent for the past 20 years, Nicola cut her teeth in Surrey and has been working as an estate agency manager in “chocolate-box pretty” Usk for about five years. Drawn to estate agency because of her love of interior design (she studied at Surrey Institute of Art and design), Nicola loves renovating houses – she’s on her third. She also finds her creative background a real bonus when advising clients on how to present their homes for sale and helping buyers visualise how they could alter properties to suit their own lifestyle.

Nicola Foxton

Rain or shine - and when she isn’t busy manning the phones and keeping on top of the office admin, 21-year-old Tamar Hall may well be out strolling in the Clydach Gorge. Her father, a keen walker, would drag her out every Sunday during her childhood in Crickhowell, so walking is a habit that’s stuck. Her other passion is dancing. She studied Performing Arts at Hereford Art College and loves nothing more than going up to London to see a show. A creative soul, she also enjoys photography, so she’s lucky that Abergavenny’s stunning surroundings provide endless inspiration.

Tamar Hall

Busy working mum and sales negotiator Chloe Thomas is looking forward to moving into a brand new property in Abergavenny, with her partner and two-year-old son. She has just moved from an older-style house which the pair spent several years doing up and she reckons it’s time to put away the paintbrush. Chloe grew up in Abergavenny and after moving away to work in the hotel business in the Midlands, she was delighted to get the chance to move closer to family and friends, taking a role in The Angel Hotel before landing her dream job in estate agency in June 2015 – a date that is etched in her memory.

Chloe Thomas

Newport branch manager, Dan Maguire It’s energy that got Dan Maguire into the estate agency business! He qualified as a domestic energy assessor in 2009 and after a few years conducting assessments for a South Wales estate agents, he moved into valuing and listing. Now house-hunters will find him in charge at the new M2 offices in Bridge Street, Newport, where they can benefit from both his estate agency expertise and his knowledge of the city and its surrounds. Newport born and bred, and a keen Newport County supporter, of course, Dan has forged his whole career in the city and knows it like the back of his hand! Home is now in Bassaleg, to the west of the city, where Dan’s days start early. He shares morning childcare duties with his wife, who works shifts as a nurse and when not on the school run, manages to fit in a trip to the gym on his way to the office. His busy lifestyle leaves little room for leisure activities and social life but several friends have recently decided to tie the knot, so stag weekends have been a feature. He also enjoys getting away from it all on family holidays and Australia is a favourite destination – particularly as his sister lives there. 2019 brings special holiday plans, with a trip to Dubai to celebrate his 40th!

Dan Maguire