Comings and goings

Beauchamp Estates branches out

Multi-national ultra-prime specialist Beauchamp Estates has acquired Tel Aviv luxury property consultancy MAKI, which was founded by directors Kiki Karametos and Matthew Bortnick in 2009.

The business will rebrand as Beauchamp Estates and merge into the firm’s existing Tel Aviv office. The move has been undertaken to help capitalise on the local market’s growth potential triggered by the normalisation of relations between Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Gary Hersham, Founding Director of Beauchamp Estates said: “I am delighted to welcome Kiki Karametos and Matthew Bortnick to Beauchamp Estates, their market knowledge built the exceptional reputation of MAKI and we share common values, particularly a focus on quality and client service.

“We have incorporated the firm into our existing business which will help to grow and enhance our operations in Isreal’s ultra-prime real estate sector which is a key growth market for international luxury developers and hotel brands.

“With its good weather, beach-side location, high quality of life and cutting edge cosmopolitan arts and architectural scene, Tel Aviv is an exceptional place to live, do business and enjoy leisure.”

 

Marc Goldberg on the move

Marsh & Parsons appoints Regional Sales Director for prime central London

Marc Goldberg has joined Marsh & Parsons as Regional Sales Director. He will take responsibility for residential sales activity across nine prime central London offices including Holland Park, Kensington and Notting Hill.

Goldberg has held senior positions at Hamptons International where he was with the company for some thirty years,  and Dexters from June of 2018, as well as a number of consultancy roles.

Patrick Littlemore, CEO, said: “I am delighted to welcome Marc to the Marsh & Parsons team. He has a proven track record of delivering exceptional results and outstanding client service. Marc’s appointment will help further develop and strengthen our offering in prime central London.”

 

Blinc buys into Pink Chilli

Lettings supplier Blinc UK has acquired a 50% stake in Pink Chilli Software.

“We have partnered with Pink Chilli to bring together our experience as a leading supplier run by former agents with cutting-edge software development,” says Darren Bignall, Director of Blinc UK.

“Following three years of development, we are now able to bring software to market which works in a way a letting agent thinks, allowing them to carry out processes in any order unlike other software platforms which don’t allow them to.”

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