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New appointments at Sothebys

Sotheby’s International Realty, part of the global Sotheby’s International Realty network, has added to its senior leadership team following a period of strong performance.

James Corbett imageJason Corbett joins as Director of Country Sales & Lettings and has 25 years’ industry experience, most recently as a Partner at Carter Jonas, having also worked at Sullivan Thomas, Greenslade Taylor Hunt and Savills. He will be based in Cobham, where he has lived for 11 years, so he has a broad knowledge of the local area and is an expert on the country homes market.

James Somers imageJames Somers is promoted to Head of Central London Lettings following his invaluable contribution since joining the company in March. James is based in the Belgravia office, which is overseen by Head of Residential, Guy Bradshaw.

James’ appointment comes after a successful period for the company, in the last six months the Central London lettings team has won 395 instructions.

Guy Bradshaw said, “Our business continues to thrive, testament to the strength of our service and ability to deliver what our clients want and need.

“As the lettings market is hotter than ever it’s crucial that we have the best possible team to service our growing portfolio. Try before you buy is on the rise and more clients than ever before are attracted to the flexibility that renting offers. Lettings will continue to be a focus for our business.

“Jason is a real asset to our team; his impeccable knowledge of the local market coupled with his estate agency experience will be hugely beneficial to our well established Cobham office. Our country team lists some of the most prestigious properties in the home counties – these take true experts to match them with motivated buyers.”

December 28, 2018

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