Property is paying off for expanding estate agent

North East property specialist Bradley Hall has promoted its Northumberland Manager Matt Hoy to an equity director of the company.

Monday, 13th February 2017, 12:28 pm
Updated Tuesday, 28th February 2017, 11:32 am
Matt Hoy

Mr Hoy will oversee all residential matters, operating between the branch network currently based in Alnwick, Morpeth, Gosforth and Durham.

As part of the estate agency’s growth plans, Bradley Hall has also made additional key appointments, including two property executives to beef up its Gosforth and Morpeth teams.

Simra Kaleem will oversee residential sales from the firm’s Morpeth base, while Liam Henderson, a former professional footballer at Watford FC, will ply his new trade from the Gosforth office.

Managing Director Neil Hart said: “The changes will have no immediate impact on customers, but do reflect a commitment to growing our estate agency business, which will ultimately mean we’ll offer customers greater coverage across the region, with a larger team to handle enquiries.

“In recognition of his excellent work to date, we have made Matt Hoy a director with immediate effect. He will lead on all matters residential.

“Elsewhere, we intend to create extra posts within the estate agency offices as part of our overall plan to build the workforce within BH Group to around 50 people in the next 18 months.”

Bradley Hall intends to grow its network in the next 12 months and is considering further branch openings.