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Residential News | Fri 29 Mar 2019
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Dacre, Son & Hartley has appointed Dan Ogden as lettings manager to oversee the rentals portfolio across at the Guiseley, Otley, North Leeds and Bramhope offices.
Dan, who grew up in Leeds and lives in Bardsey, previously spent several years working at a Headingley based sales and lettings agency, as well as running a football coaching business.

He is now responsible for carrying out market appraisals, producing marketing literature for properties, handling tenant applications and dealing with tenancy agreements. In addition, he will continue building our growing portfolio of rental property across the four offices, as well as advising new and existing landlords on their investment strategies.
Dan said: “This is a great opportunity to join a highly reputable company, overseeing a wide area in many of Leeds’ most sought after suburbs that offers a huge array of property types. A shortage of available rental property throughout the area makes it an exciting time for existing landlords, owners of empty property and anyone considering buy to let as an investment, and I’m looking forward to further developing our client base and helping to maximise returns for landlords.” 

Emma Kerrywood, who heads up the lettings division across our 21 offices, said: “Dan has been appointed to oversee a very popular area across North and North West Leeds, that also includes many towns and villages surrounding the four offices such as Headingley, Adel, Rawdon, Yeadon, Menston and Pool in Wharfedale. There’s always strong demand from tenants looking for high quality rental properties in these locations, and there’s no doubt Dan has the experience to help drive our lettings business forward and grow our market share throughout the area.”

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