KWB strengthens residential property management team
Birmingham commercial property agents, KWB, have strengthened their residential property management team with the appointment of a new Associate Director.
Nicola Fagan joins KWB from Centrick Property to help grow KWB’s portfolio of managed residential blocks and housebuilder developments. She is a member of the Institute of Residential Property Management and has more than 15 years’ experience in residential property management in Birmingham. At KWB, she will work closely with Mark Lenton, Head of KWB Property & Asset Management.
Nicola said: “I am delighted to move to KWB, to a firm where there is a real focus on all aspects of property management. I love Birmingham and its property scene, and I particularly love residential property management. I’m looking forward to meeting existing and new clients, and providing a personal approach to services such as client liaison, managing developments, budgeting, resident communication and site inspections.”
John Bryce, Director of KWB, said: “Nicola brings vast experience, knowledge, enthusiasm and great energy to our residential management team. We have recently won some new key instructions, and Nicola will help us build on these and grow our residential property management service.”
As members of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and RICS regulated, KWB provides a professional residential property management solution for its clients. Their contractors are handpicked as the best fit for their client, the building and its location – and have often worked with KWB for many years. These relationships enable KWB to assure the quality, reliability and consistency of its residential management service, together with a communicative, responsive and transparent approach, which sets them apart from other property management companies.
Nicola Fagan can be contacted on 0121 233 2330 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org. KWB Residential Property Management manages both new build developments for housebuilders and existing schemes for landlords and residents’ management companies. For further information, please visit the website.