A new home for Hunters

 

The customer services expert is making a new home for herself at Hunters Teesside as the new personal agent for an area she knows and loves.

Middlesbrough girl Nichola has joined Teesside’s fastest-growing estate agents after a career in customer service that saw her work as a deputy manager in a local hotel and as customer care coordinator for Middlesbrough Teaching and Learning Centre.

Now Acklam-born Nichola is combining her lifelong passions for homes and customer service for her dream job.

She said: “Customer service is my passion. Having explored all avenues in that direction, I wanted a new challenge in my life – and this is it.

“I’ve always been passionate about houses, properties and interior design, while I’ve lived in Middlesbrough all my life and used to live in Normanby, so the TS6 postcode is an area I know and love. In fact, I plan to move back there very soon.

“It’s a truly desirable location with a full and varied range of properties for all budgets and requirements. There’s detached, semi-detached and terraces houses and bungalows of all sizes, ranging from nearly &300,000 to &80,000. So first-team buyers and those looking for a family home are sure to find something that suits.

“We’re already successfully selling properties in Eston and Normanby, but I’m looking to make a real impact there. I’ve joined a great team at Hunters, who are dedicated to helping people sell their property and find a new home.”

Nichola is Hunters’ third recent recruit. Charlotte Jenkins has joined the estate agents as sales progressor, while Leah Gray is a sales negotiator.

Hunters relocated to new &250,000 premises at 146 Linthorpe Road, Middlesbrough, earlier this year.

 

 


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