Having grown up locally, Chris is now a trusted estate agent having covered Market Harborough and South Leicestershire for over 13 years, previously working for two well regarded traditional agencies. With Hortons, he can combine a keen passion for property with the ability to offer a bespoke service tailored to each and every client.
In his spare time, if you can’t find Chris on the golf course, or following Leicester City up and down the country, you’ll likely see him walking his energetic Beagle Lando, through the town!
“I am as equally passionate about people and their stories, as I am with the stories that go with their properties. Being a personal agent goes hand in hand with building long standing relationships with each of my clients, and that is why I absolutely love my job.”
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“Chris at Hortons takes customer service to the next level, with excellent communication at all stages from deciding to list to moving out day. Hortons aren't a 9-5, Monday to Friday agency. Chris was available on whatsapp 24-7 and responded within minutes to any query or concern. Chris demonstrates a genuine passion for property, and actively marketed our house using up-to-date tactics, such as savvy use of social media instead of a 1990s-style brochure, and creation of a drone-filmed, short video instead of a powerpoint collage of photos of the house. As importantly, Chris is a very likeable person who keeps everyone in the chain engaged throughout the process, and in whom we had every trust to get the house sold quickly and for a fair price.”
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