Marcus always wanted to work in property and came to Nottingham to study Building Surveying at university. Graduating in 2009 was a particularly challenging time to find work in that industry but determined to stay in the property profession Marcus started as a student property manager and immediately fell in love with the fast-paced nature of the job.
Having worked in all departments of the lettings field he gained a rounded knowledge of the business and found it extremely satisfying building strong relationships with clients, providing proactive management with honest communication and ensuring his clients had a place they could call home; this is the driving force behind Marcus’ determination to deliver a great customer journey.
This experience helped Marcus win promotion to general manager and then Associate Director of a multi-award winning, independent agent which then gave him the confidence to go self-employed, converting to sales, where he worked alongside one of the largest national estate agents.
Now, having lived in Nottingham for his entire working life, he has an in-depth knowledge of the area and wants to help all his clients have a fantastic experience selling and buying their homes and investment opportunities.
“Property is the most expensive thing that many people will ever own but it’s more than that. It’s the place you grow up with, learn how to look after yourself, start your own family, celebrate and commiserate there… it’s a home.
Selling or buying a home will have a genuine impact on your life and I want to ensure that your goals are recognised so that I can truly help you achieve your property hopes and dreams”
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