Residential property management expert joins growing team

Employment & Skills | Property & Construction | South West
Rebecca Hunt

Newly-launched Weston-super-Mare property consultancy Mcilroy Smith has appointed Becky Hunt as Associate to head up the firm’s expanding residential division.

Becky, who has more than ten years’ experience, joins the business from one of the region’s largest property management companies, where she headed a team of eight property managers whilst personally handling a number of residential blocks across the West Country. Becky is a member of the Chartered Institute of Housing and is working towards her RICS qualifications.

Andrew Simmonds, managing director of Mcilroy Smith, said: “I am thrilled that Becky has decided to join us at a significant time in the company’s growth. I have known Becky for a long time and she brings a wealth of experience in the property management sector, principally in residential property management and lettings.

“As we expand the business around Weston-super-Mare, in to Bristol and across the wider region her knowledge and professional approach will be invaluable in providing a quality, personal service to our clients.”

Becky Hunt said: “It’s great to be part of a project from the beginning. From the moment Andrew and I started discussing this opportunity we knew we had a strong vision of the service levels we wanted to provide. I will be taking a hands-on role as we develop our portfolio and I am looking forward to meeting property owners from across the area who require personable help and support with their management.

“I believe in leading from the front, and directly managing sections of the property portfolio keeps me up to speed with the latest regulations and developments within a fast-moving sector.”

Mcilroy Smith is a start-up consultancy formed last month to advise on all aspects of managing property, whether it is a specific project, long term portfolio handling or bespoke consultancy on a project basis.

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