Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Agent returns to Yorkshire roots to head up Dacre, Son & Hartley’s in Skipton

An estate agent with more than 14 years of UK and international industry experience has been appointed to head up Dacre, Son & Hartley’s busy Skipton office.

Julia Green joins the firm as office manager, she will lead a team of eight who deal with sales and lettings from its distinctive office on Sheep Street.

Julia has worked for a number of leading independent estate agents in Richmond upon Thames, Chiswick and Chelsea, as well a working for Allsopp & Allsopp in Dubai as a sales and leasing real estate agent, which has given her a depth of experience.

Originally from Wharfedale, Julia was keen to return to Yorkshire and work for the region’s leading independent property firm. She said: “Having grown up locally I have always been very familiar with the Dacres brand, which is well-known and highly respected. When I decided to move back home, it was the obvious first choice.”

The Skipton operation has been at the forefront of the Craven property market since the late 60s. It is currently marketing properties ranging in price from £100,000 to over £2 million, both in the town and surrounding villages. Dacres also has a successful lettings service, managing a multi-million pound property portfolio for landlords across the area.

Patrick McCutcheon, head of residential at Dacre, Son & Hartley, said: “Julia has an impressive CV and a vast amount of industry experience, she is firmly focussed on customer service and also has a background in marketing, so she will be a real asset to the business.”

Julia adds: “It’s a great opportunity for me to achieve recognition and a growing reputation in the local property market.  I am delighted to be back in Yorkshire after more than 20 years living in London. I particularly enjoy the face to face element of estate agency, and getting out and about to see a wide variety of properties and people.

“I am very much looking forward to growing the business, interacting with the local community and getting involved with many of the local sporting and charitable events in the Skipton and Yorkshire Dales area.”

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