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At Nest in Essex we concentrate on three parts.
Simply click each part to find out why we concentrate on them and why it could be relevant to you.
Who are we?
Where do we want to be?
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FOUNDER & PERSONAL AGENT
Nick started his career in Brentwood working for a number of agencies before moving to an independent in Rayleigh. Since then he has dealt with clients all over Essex from Shoeburyness, to Hornchurch and up to Chelmsford.
Nick founded Nest in 2014 after growing tired of an outdated industry and wanting to take a different direction with his career… so Nest in Essex was born. Since then Nick’s diverse skills have developed with him recently passing his City & Guilds Part P in building regulations, 17th & 18th Edition in wiring regulations and Level 2 Electrical inspection and testing. This all adds to a wealth of experience and knowledge of property and the property industry.
You can speak to Nick on 07964343342
Kyle started his Estate Agency career back in 2015, after having been in the property industry for nearly 15 years prior as a surveyor; Kyle has a huge wealth of knowledge from his career.
Kyle decided he wanted a career change but wanted to stay in property and as a result decided Nest was the right place to do exactly that. Kyle quickly gained recognition for his hard work and dedication from his clients.
Kyle grew up in Hullbridge and eventually moved to Rayleigh so his local knowledge is second to none.
You can speak to Kyle by calling 07923265248
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Commitment… I met with a friend today, someone else within the industry. We were talking all things estate agency, as well as having a bit of a moan about a few things. One of the things we discussed was commitment, from buyers. One of the things wrong with this industry (well, there is more than
I thought i would finally put my thoughts on Brexit in black and white and how i think its going to effect the property market. Now, i did not vote. why? … because i felt i didn’t understand the implications enough to make an educated vote on what i thought was best…. but, the country
SO, its that time of year again, people are now thinking of moving in the new year and we are noticing a slight decrease in the amount of properties coming on…. or are we? I tend to use Zoopla alot as a point of refrence as all the main agents tend to be on both