Redbrik welcomes back a familiar face

31st July 2018

Leading regional estate agency Redbrik has strengthened their New Homes team by welcoming back one of their former employees.

George Gordon, 27, previously worked as a Valuer at Redbrik between 2013 and 2016 and has returned to the company to join the growing New Homes team as Sales Manager. Mark Ross, director at Redbrik, said: -George really understands and embodies the Redbrik ethos, so I'm looking forward to working closely with him as we further develop our New Homes business. -It is an absolute pleasure to welcome him back to Redbrik he's jumped straight into his new role and has picked things up so quickly. It's as if he never left! George said: -When I found out I got the job, I couldn't wait to work with Redbrik again I've remained good friends with all the staff, and it's a brilliant company to work for. -Back when Redbrik was first established, I was one of the very first employees to be hired, and it's been fantastic to watch the company grow over such a short space of time. Since 2016, George has travelled the world and lived in Milton Keynes for a short period of time but has since returned to Chesterfield to take up his new role with Redbrik. George added: -Everything I know about estate agency, I learnt from Redbrik, so it's brilliant to be back at Redbrik during such an exciting time. For more information about Redbrik, visit

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