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Expansion at Cooper Brouard

Expansion at Cooper Brouard

Wednesday 15 January 2020

Expansion at Cooper Brouard


The appointment of six new members of staff marks the beginning of a new era for Cooper Brouard.

The firm said it is hoped the new additions will bring a "broad range of experience" to the team.

James Starkey joined as an Open market Negotiator with experience in Open and Local Market residential management. 

Local Market Negotiator, Liz Mauger joined the Local Market team along with Rosy David and Jack Lucas who has worked in property auctions, sales and letting in the UK, and has both local commercial and property portfolio experience.

Scott Galliene has joined the finance and IT team.

Director Matt Brouard explained: “We are expanding, not just to meet demand, but to build on our capabilities. On top of our ongoing success in Local and Open Market sales, the Rentals market has grown significantly for us and it’s important that we develop our team with complementary skills to ensure we are at the top of each discipline. With that in mind we are also welcoming on board the next generation of property professionals. Harry Phillips came to Cooper Brouard for work experience and currently works Saturdays and holidays. He’ll be joining the Letting and Management team when he completes his A levels in June.  

"This is the first part of our planned expansion, there are more developments on the horizon, but clients can rest assured that we won’t be straying from our core ethos of providing a property service that is honest, efficient and highly effective. We are proud of our reputation as one of Guernsey’s longest-established, most trusted estate agents and are confident that our new members of staff will be instrumental in continuing this tradition and helping even more islanders buy, sell or rent their homes.”

Pictured top: Cooper Brouard's new appointees. 

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