Alex negotiates new role at Redbrik

24th April 2018

Redbrik Estate Agents has strengthened their lettings team with a new negotiator.

Alex Matthews, 21, has joined the company in their lettings office based on Glumangate in Chesterfield. Alex started his property career when he completed an apprenticeship with Toseland Properties, gaining a range of industry experience. He then moved to Hunters, where he worked as a senior negotiator and gained a Level 3 in Residential Sales qualification. Alex said: -What drew me to Redbrik was their fantastic branding they're like the Apple of the estate agency world, modern and innovative. -I've lived in Chesterfield all my life, so I know the area like the back of my hand and I'm looking forward to bringing my local knowledge to the role and developing my skillset with the company. Peter Lee, director of lettings at Redbrik, added: -As the lettings side of the business continues to grow, we are thrilled to bring Alex on board to help both landlords and tenants with all aspects of the renting process. -He really understands the Redbrik philosophy and brings with him a wealth of industry experience, so I am certain he will play a key role in expanding our lettings portfolio.

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