A respected estate agent is returning to the office where he first started his career in property 20 years ago. Nick Alcock has been appointed as branch manager at Dacre Son & Hartley’s flagship Harrogate office which is based on Albert Street in the centre of the town.
Nick, who is a Senior Associate Director at the firm, says:
I was born and bred in Harrogate and both my daughters go to school here. Having managed Dacres’ Knaresborough branch for 14 years and been the Harrogate district area valuer, I have a thorough understanding of the local marketplace.
Harrogate has a thriving property market, located in the heart of the golden triangle, which has been crowned the happiest place to live three years in a row, which is a reflection of its huge popularity. Great schools, a host of first-class amenities and plenty of green open space, combined with a wide-range of property styles continually make Harrogate one of the North of England’s most sought after places to live.
I am looking forward to working with the highly-skilled team in Harrogate who provide sales, rentals and independent financial advice to clients looking to buy, rent or invest in property in Harrogate and its surrounding villages.
Dacre, Son & Hartley’s Area Director Paul Baxter says:
Nick is a consummate professional, who is renowned for his personal service and considered approach. His leadership of the Harrogate branch, will enable us to continue building on our market share and further enhancing the first-rate service that we are renowned for.
Former president of the Harrogate and District Estate Agents Association, Nick is also a Fellow of the National Association of Estate Agents and he has a post graduate diploma in property valuation and management.
Dacre Son & Hartley has operated in Harrogate for over 38 years and the firm supports the local community through a number of initiatives and the sponsorship of Harrogate Cricket Club, Harrogate Rugby Club, Spofforth Cricket Club, the Mumbler Awards, Harrogate Grammar School’s sports trips to France and the RSPCA’s annual horse and dog show.