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Property Jobs Today - the latest autumn leavers and movers

Hello and welcome to the latest PJT, your chance to catch up with who’s moving where in our industry.

If you have news to tell on the jobs front, please email press@estateagenttoday.co.uk and you can rely on us to tell the industry.



In London Savills has welcomed Daniel Taylor, who joins the Notting Hill office as head of sales. Having started his career in 2007 in Surrey Daniel moved to London to pursue a career in London residential sales and joined Faron Sutaria and then Chestertons.

His new role at Savills will see him focus on the prime level of the market, where he will cover the sales of large luxury apartments through to family homes.

And still with Savills, Fehd Alsaidi is joining the Mayfair team as an associate director.

Having worked in the London residential property market for the past 15 years, Fehd has spent the last decade operating across Chelsea, South Kensington, Mayfair, Knightsbridge and Belgravia. He comes from Strutt & Parker where he was a successful senior associate director in Chelsea.


Meanwhile rival agency Knight Frank has appointed Georgie Humphries as an associate in the firm’s super-prime lettings team. 

Georgie has seven years’ experience in residential lettings, most recently in the firm’s Notting Hill office. Prior to this, she ran a flagship office for Marsh & Parsons in Notting Hill.  

She says: “I’m delighted to be joining the super-prime team and to be working alongside some of the best in class industry experts. It couldn’t be a more exciting time with the team reporting a record year and continuing to go from strength to strength; I am very excited to be a part of it.”


Sticking with lettings, the memorably-named Monkey vs Owl rental company has appointed Holly Edmunds to work in its offices in Derby and Loughborough.

“It is great to be part of a growing, vibrant company who have embraced innovations in technology to provide a dynamic and paperless process that responds quickly to both landlords and tenants. It’s a breath of fresh air in the residential lettings market and I am excited to be part of the next generation evolution of our profession” says Holly.


Off to Guildford now where haart is set to take on up to 10 new staff at a new property centre. One is Craig Hopes who joins after having spent 17 years with Cubitt and West, working his way up to senior business development partner.

“I believe that developing the office and investing in our employees at the same time is key to running a good business. I have always championed investing in the people within to deliver exceptional service” he comments.


Meyers, the home-based agency franchise, has expanded into Ringwood and Verwood with Patrick Hester, who has previously worked for Austin & Wyatt (Countrywide), Winkworth and Allsopp. 

Patrick says: “I’ve always wanted to run my own estate agency and now, with ten years’ experience in both the UK and abroad, the timing was right. I worked with some of the Meyers’ franchisees in other firms a few years ago, more recently following their progress and success with Meyers. I’m from Poole originally and know the surrounding area well, so when the opportunity became available to run the Meyers franchise for Ringwood and Verwood it was the perfect choice.”

The Lomond Group has strengthened its senior leadership team as it accelerates its growth strategy across the UK with the appointment of three new directors.

Lucy Jones has joined as chief operating officer, Kirsty Franks has taken up the role of group marketing director, and Clare Wakeford has become its group human resources director.

All three are newly-created Board roles at the Leeds-headquartered group, whose network of lettings and sales agents includes the leading High Street brands Linley & Simpson, Thornley Groves, John Shepherd, Brand Vaughan and Michael Jones & Company in England, plus Stonehouse and Braemore in Scotland.


Finally this week, Modern Method of Auction company Iamsold says it’s reached the milestone of employing 250 employees - and the threshold was passed with Kelly Stillman becoming head of operations. Alongside, Lauren Gibson has joined as marketing CRM and channel manager.


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