BROWN & Cockerill estate agents in Rugby has appointed of two specialist advisors who will be based at their new offices in Regent Street.
Experienced local estate agent David Smylie joins the team as a property consultant and valuer.
He has been recently appointed after having worked successfully for another local estate agent for the last eight years. Over that time, he has helped literally hundreds of clients buy and sell their homes.
David said: “It is imperative that when looking to sell your home, you choose an agent who has a good knowledge of the local market and who will be prepared to go that extra mile for you. Brown & Cockerill are a forward-thinking company that are always looking ahead of the trends.
“The skills I have developed and the experience I have built up over the last few years are now being fully utilised at Brown & Cockerill. It is great to be part of such an experienced and proactive team.” Debbie Adam-Watts has also joined the company as mortgage consultant and advisor.
She has been advising clients on their mortgage requirements and needs for over 16 years. For the last five years, she has been the director of her own company called ‘Purely Mortgages’. Debbie holds the CeMAP qualification in Mortgage Advice and Practice and will play a key role in advising both buyers and sellers on their mortgage options.
She said: “With so many different mortgage and remortgage options available, it is essential to take expert advice before deciding which product to choose. That’s where I can help. Purely Mortgages has a comprehensive computerised mortgage system which allows me access to a wide range of mortgage and remortgage products.
“I can ensure you get the best mortgage deal to suit your current individual circumstances and to fit your future plans and needs. I am really excited to be based at Brown & Cockerill and look forward to welcoming clients both old and new.”
For honest and expert advice, call the Brown & Cockerill sales team on (01788) 551111, pop into their new office at 12 Regent Street or log on to the website www.brownandcockerill.co.uk.