We are delighted to introduce Amy Lewis, Sales Manager for the brand new Sheldon Bosley Knight office in Pershore!
What was your first job in the property industry?
I began working as a Sales Negotiator about seven years ago, based at an estate agency in the Cotswolds.
What attracted you to working in sales?
I was actually approached by my estate agent while I was viewing a house! My partner was being really negative about the property and I was pointing out all the positives and coming up with reasons we should get the house. She thought I would make a great estate agent with my persuasive personality and the next day I had a call from head office asking me to join them!
What have you enjoyed most about your time so far at Sheldon Bosley Knight?
My first week has been so exciting! I’ve really enjoyed joining such a big team and being surrounded by people with a huge mix of skills to learn from. I’m from Pershore and know a lot of people in the town, so it’s been lovely having so much support from the local community with lots of people popping in to the new office for a chat!
Sum up your job in 3 words?
Challenging, exciting, personal.
Which local cafe would you recommend?
Koffee and Cake in Pershore. It’s an excellent independent coffee shop opposite the Sheldon Bosley Knight office, ran by two lovely girls!
What’s the best piece of advice you have ever been given about estate agency?
To care about the client and the reason why they’re moving. As an estate agent you have to remember that people don’t do this every day, moving house is a big life change and it isn’t always a straight forward process. We’re here to help as we have the experience to support the client’s journey.
Where in the world would you most like to live and what style of property would you live in?
I’d love to live in a big farmhouse in one of the villages around Pershore, I grew up round here and wouldn’t want to live anywhere else!
Which celebrity’s house would you most like to view?
Sherlock Holmes! It would be full of mystery and puzzles to solve, with secret rooms and moving bookcases!