The world's property hot spots just got hotter - thanks to a generous helping of Mustard! - the high growth business service - has provided support for a new international property company in Birmingham.

Andy Leonard and Des Dunn, directors of Global Choice Properties, and both from Sutton Cold-field, have invested £300,000 to launch the company's first property shop in High Street, Sutton.

Plans include expanding at prime locations across the region. came up with a package of support which helped the firm develop a new web-site - - and a marketing strategy.

Mr Leonard said: "We are a young company with firm plans to expand across the Birmingham area.

"We have spent a long time putting the right strategies in place. We have a fantastic headquarters in Sutton Coldfield and are working with leading international property developers offering a first class portfolio of developments, so the future looks very bright."

The company offers properties from around the world including mainland Spain, the Canary Islands, Dubai, Florida, Bulgaria and Egypt, ranging from just £20,000 to over £1 million. It has an impressive portfolio of villas and apartments at desirable resorts.

Customers include families searching for dream holiday homes in the sun to experienced speculators investing in properties at the latest international hot spots.

Graham Allcock, lead client adviser for, said: "We are delighted to be able to provide support for Global Choice Properties. Des and Andy have shown tremendous ambition and desire to succeed and their company has real potential to expand and provide employment in the region."

The pair were able to access seven days of consultancy, worth up to £3,500.

Services offered by Global Choice Properties include property finding, discounted inspection tours, UK and overseas

mortgages, legal services, advantageous currency purchase, letting and property management, and furniture packages. is a private/public sector collaboration managed by Birmingham Chamber of Commerce and Industry and delivered by the region's Business Links

and leading private sector consultancies. It is funded by Advantage West Midlands, the European Regional Development Fund and Business Links.