DM Hall Baird Lumsden recruits three more young property professionals

Baird Lumsden, the specialist rural property arm of DM Hall Chartered Surveyors, has recruited three more young property professionals to boost its team in response to continuing demand for rural properties throughout Scotland.

DM Hall Baird Lumsden recruits three more young property professionals

(from left) Sophie Watt, Kirstie McLachlan and Thomas Lennie

Tom Lennie, Kirstie McLachlan and Sophie Watt have all joined the Bridge of Allan-based DM Hall Baird Lumsden team this year.

Sophie, who has been appointed to head up the New Build Sales Division, holds a BSc (Hons) degree in Environmental Geography from Stirling University. She has over 9 years’ experience working for a major national housebuilder across central Scotland and prides herself on delivering excellent customer service.

Tom has joined the firm as a graduate surveyor and has a degree in Environmental Science from the University of Aberdeen and a Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) accredited rural surveying and rural property management Masters.

He will be engaged with a broad range of valuation, rural agency and estate management work in course of his studies to become a fully qualified chartered surveyor.

Kirstie McLachlan is an experienced administrator with a lifetime’s interest in estate agency and property matters. In her new role she will play a key role working alongside the lettings team and as a sales negotiator for the agency team.

Donald Yellowley, DM Hall Baird Lumsden partner who is based in Bridge of Allan, said: “Demand for rural property is currently close to unprecedented levels throughout Scotland and we urgently needed to strengthen our team with quality people to cope with customer enquiries.

“In Kirstie, Sophie and Tom we have three bright and enthusiastic young people who we believe will enhance greatly our offering to customers and potential customers throughout the country. We warmly welcome them and wish them huge success in their chosen careers.”

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