Thomas Morris was established in 1991 at a small office in Eaton Ford, a suburb of St Neots in Cambridgeshire.
Within 2 years the company had opened a second office branch in the market town of Ramsey where they quickly established themselves as the area's leading agent.
1996 saw them amalgamate with Homequest, a respected estate agent with offices in both Huntingdon and St Ives. The company now had four strategically located branches in Old Huntingdonshire and re-located the St Neots operation to arguably the most prominent position in the town.
After a brief period of consolidation, the company made its first move out of Cambridgeshire and set up a new office in Biggleswade, Bedfordshire during 1998. It was in this year that they acquired an agency in Sawtry, a village to the north of Huntingdon. A year later the firm moved into Royston, Hertfordshire.
Thomas Morris were founder members of the Ombudsman Scheme for Independent Estate Agents (now known as The Property Ombudsman) which applies a strict code of conduct to all members.
In 2000 the company was nominated as one of the top six estate agents in the UK and were also awarded the 'Rising Star' accolade in recognition of their progressive approach to estate agency. In March 2001.