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Agent returns to roots to open new independent operation

An agent with two decades of experience in the industry has returned to the town where it all began.

David Bruckert, the owner of new new independent Skilton & Hogg Estate Agents, has refurbished a ground floor shop to create his new premises in Daventry. 

Bruckert - who until last year was the co-owner of a multi-office agency in nearby Warwickshire - tells local media in Daventry: “When the time came for our business to move on, I just couldn’t shake the itch nor the passion so decided to grab the opportunity to start again under my own banner and in a town that holds so many good memories for our family. My wife grew up in the local area, went to school here and we still live locally.


“I am confident that our brand of service and attention to detail will bring a fresh approach and new options for people wishing to sell and buy homes in Daventry and the surrounding areas.

"We are not interested in world domination, more so to provide a high level of personal, customer focused service to a number of clients without the risk of being overrun and unable to fulfil our promises.

"Our ethos is that of being part of the clients journey, from start to finish where the house sale or purchase is the end product of a fantastic relationship and experience.”

He says the company name comes from the maiden names of his and his wife’s mothers.

“Skilton is the maiden name of my wife’s mother who we lost recently to cancer. We hope to carry on the memory of her name and encaspulate just a few of the values that she stood for - strong work ethic, honesty and integrity.

"We strive to provide a family feel and warmth in our business practices whilst maintaining the highest of professional standards - something that I have always achieved across my career and hope this is welcomed by our new clients who entrust us to help them.”


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