Six of the signed licenses are Belgravia, Islington, St Johns Wood, Golders Green and Holland Park.
Fine & Country Richmond has expanded to take on Barnes and Sheen, as well as Esher, and Fine & Country West London, has now expanded to include Fulham.
Daniel Harrington, London and International head of growth for Fine & Country, said:
“Despite the uncertainty experienced over the past few months, Fine & Country has continued to grow within the Capital as agents focus on the premium market and the benefit of a national and international referral network.
“With offices in London and throughout the UK the Fine & Country network allows clients looking to relocate to do so easily with the support of experienced property professionals.”
Their website has seen increase in traffic 62% year-on-year.
Nicky Stevenson, managing director of Fine & Country UK, said:
“Along with the nine new licensees in London, we have also added new licensees in Wales, Northumberland and Cheshire, as well as seven Associates joining the office in Park Lane office looking to grow their business as the premium market continues along its upward trajectory.”