Comings & Goings

Craig Pearson

Further expansion at Parkers

Six months after launching his fourth office of sales and lettings agency Parkers, Craig Pearson has added a fifth. The agency is part of The Property Franchise Group.

Having opened the Caversham branch of Parkers in May, Pearson has now taken over the Twyford office, as long-standing owners Andrew and Deborah Yapp retire after more than 30 years at the helm.

Pearson, who also owns Parkers branches in Reading, Earley and Woodley, said: “After opening the Caversham branch earlier in the year, Twyford was an integral piece of the puzzle in connecting the Woodley and Caversham offices.

Jody Dance, previously of Parkers Reading, has been appointed branch manager of the Twyford office.

Managing Director at The Property Franchise Group, Kate Randall, added: “Craig lives and breathes the Parkers brand and his enthusiasm and passion for growing his businesses shows no sign of slowing down.

“I know he’ll carry on the great work of both Andrew and Deborah in Twyford and I’m hugely excited to see what the future holds for all of his branches.”

 

 

Reece Maddick

Award-winning  manager for Guiseley office

Dacre, Son & Hartley has appointed a new manager to its Guiseley office, which has been in the town for over twenty-five years.

Reece Maddick has worked for over twelve years in a mix of traditional and online estate agents and joins from Aspire Properties in Huddersfield.

Patrick McCutcheon, head of residential sales at Dacre, Son & Hartley, which operates 19 offices across West and North Yorkshire, said:

“Reece is an experienced manager and skilled negotiator with a real passion for delivering high levels of service.

“He has recently been recognised for his dedication to client satisfaction at the prestigious ESTAS Awards – which are based on customer reviews – winning the ‘best Yorkshire agent’ category. With a business management degree, Reece also has a flare for marketing.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

iamproperty Group appointment

Kristian Stott

iamproperty has welcomed Kristian Stott as its Head of New Business.

Stott brings with him over 20 years of experience in the tech and property sectors, beginning his career as an IT consultant in 1994.

Over the past two decades, Stott has worked in roles including Chief Executive Officer at estate agency Andrew Grant LLP, CEO at IT services firm Cloud Shepherd and ‘Digital Evangelist’ at automation and AI specialist Roxus.

He is also a Volunteer Mentor at charitable foundation Agents Together, drawing on his extensive knowledge of the property sector to support Estate Agents with their personal and professional growth and wellbeing.

As part of its ongoing expansion strategy, iamproperty has also welcomed a raft of new hires across the business.

Katie Brown joins as Conveyancing Fee Earner, Lindsey Salter has come onboard as Relationship Manager, Isaac Bennett has been appointed as IT Support Specialist, Moira-Rose Lazaro joins as Business Support Administrator and David Simms as Solicitor Panel Development Manager.

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