Time In Industry – 22 Years
Likes – Watching football, listening to music, time at home with family
Dislikes – Being late for his appointments!
Jeremy has been an estate agent for over twenty years and started his trade as a trainee sales negotiator in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.
Within one year he was promoted to the position of valuer, in a busy city centre office in Ipswich, before being promoted again a few years later to become a branch nanager.
Jeremy’s first branch was in Bury St Edmunds, but he was later asked to manage the Huntingdon and Cambridge offices as his employer recognised his ability to turn around under performing estate agency branches.
Another promotion came in 2008 when Jeremy was offered the position of area manager, starting with four offices in Cambridge and then onto eleven offices across East Anglia.
In 2011 Jeremy was offered the opportunity of joining Hockeys as an associate before opening up the Willingham office in 2012.
Now, five years later, Jeremy is the proprietor of Hockeys, along with his wife Samantha.
After growing up in Linton, Cambridgeshire and having lived in Milton, Swavesey and Over, he now has now settled in the village of Pidley, Cambridgeshire.
"Jeremy gave us excellent advice from start to finish. He helped us understand the market for the area we were moving to, happily sharing all his local knowledge (which is extensive). He sold our house quickly and for the asking price. He did not compromise his morals, nor encourage us to, to gain a higher price and get more commission. He worked hard throughout the sale, being the main agent to move things forward in the chain. He communicated with us regularly and always phoned us back when we wanted a quick catch up on the chain. We can't recommend him, and Hockeys, highly enough." Mr & Mrs C