Wednesday, May 29, 2024

Property consultancy boosts Midlands agency team

A property consultancy has strengthened its Midlands agency team after two new hires joined the business.

James Cardon has joined Fisher German’s agency team at its Ashby office as a Sales Manager following a seven-year career in the property industry.

He joins Fisher German alongside Stacey Greatorex, who joins the team as a Sales Coordinator to support the team.

James will be marketing residential property in and around Leicestershire, Derbyshire, and Staffordshire in his new role.

He said: “I’m really pleased to have joined Fisher German at what is a busy time in the Midlands residential market.

“Before I joined Fisher German I worked for a number of years at a local estate agents in Burton-upon-Trent, which gave me a great grounding in my career, but I wanted to move onto something bigger and better.

“When the opportunity came up at Fisher German, I thought it was a great chance to join a larger, multi-disciplinary firm with great presence across the Midlands and nationally.

“I’m looking forward to helping the Midlands agency team go from strength to strength, and I’m confident of hitting the ground running.”

Stacey added: “It’s fantastic to be starting at Fisher German – I’ve had a keen interest in property for a long time so I’m very excited to support the Midlands agency team in achieving its expansion.

“Fisher German has a reputation for supporting its employees and their careers, so I was delighted to secure the role. And since starting, the team have been very welcoming and have enabled me to settle in quickly, so they are practicing what they preach.”

Thomas Blake, who leads Midlands Agency at Fisher German, said: “James and Stacey are excellent additions to the team, blending experience and enthusiasm.

“The Midlands’ market is on an upward curve at the moment, so both of them have joined at a great time for the sector/region.

“We’re excited to see how well they will complement the team and drive it forward over the coming months and years.”

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