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Residential News | Tue 19 Mar 2019
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Experienced North Yorkshire estate agent, Alistair Hogben, has been appointed to manage our busy Wetherby office.
In his new role, Alistair will head up the Market Place office’s team of Sophie Tillisch, Helen Southcombe, Elaine Hainsworth and Graham Dickie, who handle residential sales and lettings throughout Wetherby and its surrounding towns and villages including Boston Spa, Collingham, Tadcaster, Spofforth, Sicklinghall, Bramham, Harewood, Scarcroft and Kirk Deighton. In addition, he will support Area Director Paul Baxter, who also manages the firm’s Harrogate office.
Alistair, who is a Member of the National Association of Estate Agents (MNAEA), brings a wealth of experience to the role after previously working as a Senior Residential Valuer at Carter Jonas in Harrogate and RM English in York.
He said: ““Dacre, Son & Hartley is a long-established brand with an unrivalled reputation throughout the region for offering a high-quality service that is delivered with the utmost integrity. This is an excellent opportunity to join a busy office in a popular and sought-after part of Yorkshire, marketing everything from large country homes through to town centre apartments. I look forward to using my skills and experience to further enhance such a well-regarded and established business, at an exciting time of growth.”
Paul Baxter said: “Alistair has a strong track record working in the region’s estate agency industry and has good local market knowledge, which made him the ideal candidate to lead our Wetherby team. The office enjoys a strong market share throughout Wetherby and the surrounding area and expanding our team will enable us to continue building on the level of service that we are renowned for, at a busy time for the firm.”

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