D2 Real Estate has appointed Alex Titheridge as Managing Director of the firm's Guernsey office.
Mr Titheridge was formerly a Director at Colliers International and worked in the national investment team.
He has previous experience of The Channel Islands and sold Trafalgar Court, one of the largest investment transactions to have ever traded in Guernsey, and last year acted for the buyer of St Julian’s Court.
D2 Real Estate is expecting a busy 2021, particularly on the investment side, and Mr Titheridge is pleased to be a part of that.
“It’s an excellent business opportunity and Guernsey is a key area of growth for the D2 Real Estate business," he said. "Investors have always seen The Channel Islands as a jurisdiction offering attractive returns without the volatility experienced elsewhere.
"I’m looking forward to bringing 20 years of UK property experience to The Channel Islands and excited about building a new life for my family in Guernsey.”
D2's Managing Director in Jersey, Phil Dawes, said Mr Titheridge was joining the team at an important time for the business.
“The investment directors have a combined experience of over 60 years in both the UK and The Channel Islands. This paid dividends in 2019 when D2 Real Estate sold over £60m worth of stock and in 2019 our market share in the investment market rose to over 70%.”
“We are delighted to have recruited Alex. He is extremely well known in the UK and has the added advantage of knowing The Channel Islands really well, having been involved in some of the most high profile transactions across Guernsey and Jersey.
'Having someone with a broad UK expertise was important given The Channel Islands is part of a wider market and to provide expert advice you need to know what opportunities and returns are available outside the islands."
Pictured top: D2 Real Estate has appointed Alex Titheridge as Managing Director of the firm's Guernsey office.
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