Leading south east property expert joins Recoco property search
PUBLISHED: 14:40 11 September 2018 | UPDATED: 12:04 13 September 2019
A leading property agent is going back to his roots after a 32-year career by joining one of the UK's foremost property search companies covering Hampshire, Surrey, West Sussex East Sussex and Kent.
Hampshire-born Jeremy Campbell-Harris has joined Recoco Property Search - experts in all forms of elite property search, including acting for high net worth individuals and celebrities - in a new role which sees the company expand into new territories.
Recently head of country homes for a major estate agent, Jeremy has extensive experience in the prime and country house property markets.
He said: "I am passionate about property, especially country houses. It is fantastic for me to join Recoco at this exciting stage in the company's development. I look forward to helping further develop the outstanding reputation it has for finding clients their perfect property.
"Almost every day of this job is different; meeting new people, visiting wonderful homes and helping to place clients in the home of their dreams.
"I have previously sold homes to clients sometimes two or three times, so I love to repeat business and see them satisfied with how I have helped them."
Married for 18 years with two children aged 15 and 12, Jeremy is also a qualified rugby coach and enjoys shooting as a member of a syndicate.
Nigel Bishop, Managing Director of Recoco, added: "I am delighted to welcome Jeremy onto our team.
"For some time we have wanted to boost our presence in these southern counties of England, acknowledging market demand.
"Jeremy's arrival is a fantastic addition to the Recoco team. His market knowledge and understanding of the area is second to none and he will be a real asset to our business.
"Effective property search takes knowledge, time and experience, something Recoco has perfected over many years. To us for our clients 'it's all about coming home' and Jeremy will be able to assist those looking to buy across the South East."