The merger — which comes after 12 months of negotiations — will see the new group trade under the Fisher German name from the beginning of 2020.
Vine currently manages assets of £2.7bn as well as 51 million sq ft of retail, industrial and office property, while Fisher German currently has 16 offices across England and has already merged with nine property consultancies since 2000.
As part of the deal, James Rigby, co-founder of Vine, will join Fisher German as a partner.
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“We have watched the impressive sustained growth of Fisher German over recent years and believe by coming together we will equal more than the sum of our parts,” said James.
“The merger will mean we can offer a whole new range of services to existing clients of both companies, and also attract fresh clients with an expanded expertise in new areas.”
He added: “We are very excited to have found a perfect partner both in terms of the services we offer, but also the common approach in the way we work with, and for, clients.”