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Dacres doubles up on new surveyors

Two experienced Chartered Surveyors have been appointed by Yorkshire’s largest firm of independent surveyors and estate agents. Nathan Smith and Jon Egan have joined Dacre, Son & Hartley’s survey department, which provides a full range of surveys and professional valuations on all sorts of residential properties throughout Yorkshire. Nathan is a Chartered

Agricultural division grows with new appointment

Dacre, Son & Hartley’s agricultural division has expanded with the appointment of assistant land agent, Andrew Consett. Based in Ilkley, Andrew has been appointed in response to an increase in the number of rural property holdings and country estates that the thriving division manages. Andrew graduated from the Royal Agricultural University in

Five Star property professionals build on careers with exam success

Five property professionals who all work for Dacre, Son & Hartley have completed one of the most prestigious qualifications to become accredited by the National Federation of Property Professionals (NFoPP). Saltaire’s branch manager James Roper, Ripon and Thirsk’s branch manager Andrew Skelton, Knaresborough’s sales negotiator Joe Blackey, Wetherby’s senior sales negotiator

Dacres duo promoted

Two property professionals who work for estate agency firm Dacre Son & Hartley, have been promoted. Chris O'Mahony, who heads up the firm's Pateley Bridge and Ripon offices joined the firm nine years ago. He has been promoted to Senior Associate. Mark Kane who joined Dacres three years ago to manage

Duo promoted to directors at Dacres

Estate agents Steven Potts and Tim Usherwood have been promoted to directors at Dacre Son & Hartley. Steven has been with the firm for almost 20 years and has managed the company’s Bingley office for seven years. Tim also joined the firm over 20 years ago and has successfully run the Skipton

Yorkshire property market remains bubble free

A report from property analyst Hometrack has revealed that house prices in the Yorkshire region have risen by 0.2 per cent month-on-month in November compared to 0.5 per cent nationally. The rises have been attributed to rising demand and contracting supply and leading estate agent Dacre Son & Hartley is arguing