Charlotte Negotiates New Role at Redbrik

24th August 2018

One of the region's leading letting agents has strengthened their team with the appointment of a new negotiator.

Charlotte Leivers has joined Redbrik in their busy Chesterfield Lettings office where she will provide support to landlords and tenants throughout the region. With a degree in Marketing Communications and Film gained at Manchester Metropolitan University, Charlotte brings fantastic customer service skills and a passion for property to the role. Charlotte said: -When I began searching for my new home, I developed a keen interest in the property industry and wanted to learn more about lettings. -I'm delighted to be working in the industry and absolutely love helping people find their perfect home. Peter Lee, director at Redbrik, said: -It's a pleasure to welcome Charlotte to the lettings team where she will help us expand this rapidly growing area of the business. -Charlotte has fantastic communication skills and a great deal of enthusiasm for lettings, which will be an absolute asset for our landlords and tenants alike. For more information, visit www.redbrik.co.uk.

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