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Senior Keller Williams director leaves to join Fine & Country

Nicky Stevenson has a long track record in agency and business growth and has been brought on board to help expand the Fine & Country business.

Nigel Lewis

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Leading industry figure Nicky Stevenson has left Keller Williams after ten months spent steering its London operation and has now joined the management team of competitor Fine & Country.

Stevenson, who spoke at the recent Negotiator conference at The Grosvenor hotel, will now be based at Fine & Country’s swish offices up the road on Park Lane.

She has been tasked with further growing the brand, helping achieve its ambitious market share targets and expanding its presence within both the UK and overseas markets.

Starting out in estate agency during the early noughties, Stevenson rose to become a senior lettings negotiator at Chestertons before joining an industry awards organisation in 2012 and later developing her skillset to include agency recruitment, training, business networking and growth consultancy.

“I am excited about joining Fine & Country and this next chapter in my career,” says Stevenson.

In April last year she joined Keller Williams as a Market Centre Director in London.

fine & country“Nicky’s in-depth industry knowledge, exceptional people skills and unique experience makes her the ideal candidate to assist the brand with our strategies for growth moving forward,” says David Lindley, CEO of Fine & Country (left).

“On behalf of the management team, and the network, we welcome Nicky into the Fine & Country fold and are very excited about the opportunities for the brand in the future.”

Keller Williams and Fine & Country share several aspects of their business models including the use of self-employed negotiators who, although they have access to branded offices, largely work from home.



January 7, 2020

One comment

  1. Congrats, Nicky. This must feel like being promoted from the 3rd division to the Premier League. Best wishes for your new role.

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