After qualifying as a bilingual and legal secretary, I started my work life as an insurance broker for the construction industry. I guess this is where my love of architecture and buildings stems from.
When my son was 2 years old, we decided to move from Maidstone to Ashford and I had my daughter a couple of years later. Shortly afterwards, in 2005, I started working at Hobbs Parker in the Estate Agents department and was very fortunate to be trained by some of the best valuers, negotiators and surveyors in the industry.
I have gained a huge amount of knowledge and experience over many years working here in every department even including a short spell in car auctions!
I am now fortunate enough to do the job I most coveted being Head of The Villages – I don’t know of many people who can say they love their job but I honestly do, it’s a real privilege to help people move and find them their dream home.
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Should I buy a house in a Conservation Area?
There are some wonderful properties in the Conservation Areas in Kent and East Sussex but buyers need to make sure they understand the strict planning rules designed to preserve the character of these locations.Find out more
How I nearly made a pig's ear of selling my own house
Have you ever asked for advice and then ignored it? I guess we all have. Hobbs Parker was founded by my great-great-great-grandfather in 1850. My Dad worked here for 42 years and I’ve been working […]Find out more
Wye - Kent's Super Village
So what is it about the village of Wye that creates it’s extraordinary reputation? Unlike many villages in my part of Kent that are equally as pretty and have local facilities, it has a selection […]Find out more