Saturday, January 22, 2022

Lincolnshire homebuilder appoints hard-working Sales Executive at flagship development

Tia Bingham, from Mansfield, now takes up the role as full time Sales Executive at the developer’s flagship development Eleanor Gardens in Navenby.

Tia said: “Rippon Homes is the first house developer I have worked for, and I couldn’t recommend the company enough to people. I have learned so much in time here, and I look forward to growing my knowledge even further.

“I feel that everyone’s opinion is taken into account here, and that makes you feel really valued. We have a really good team spirit in our sales team and even beyond into the head office.”

After being with the company for over three years, Tia guides customers through their entire house buying journey from their first visit to site and reserving their home all the way through to move in day and afterwards too.

“I have two favourite parts to my job. One is showing the customer the choice’s options, it’s always nice to see different people’s tastes and what they would choose in their future home. My second favourite thing is key handover day. There’s nothing better than passing over the keys to excited new homeowners after building a relationship up with them for months.

“I have now taken on our Eleanor Gardens development in Navenby, and I am looking forward to taking on this new challenge. I have enjoyed getting to know all the customers already reserved here. I also like being out on site and seeing the difference just one day can make.”

Julie Johnson, Director of Sales and Marketing at Rippon homes, said: “Rippon Homes are so proud of Tia and how she has grown in confidence over the last 18 months and is a real asset to the company.  She consistently delivers an amazing customer journey, and we know she has a long career ahead of her with us.

“We are delighted that she has decided to take responsibility for this prestigious development in Lincolnshire, and we know the purchasers already value her as much as we do from the customer feedback we are receiving.”

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