Fisher German hires in Knutsford

Daniel Hayhurst has been appointed as head of agency at the property consultancy, to serve the local market as it continues to grow.

Based out of Fisher German’s Knutsford office, Hayhurst will work to strengthen the firm’s presence across the North West.

He joins from estate agency Jackson-Stops, where he was a sales negotiator for 17 years in Chester.

He has experience marketing premium properties throughout the whole of Cheshire as well as North Wales and Anglesey.

Hayhurst, who lives in Davenham, said: “I am very pleased to begin my new role leading the agency team at Fisher German’s Knutsford office.

“I previously worked at a national agent in Chester specialising in high-end housing, which I joined straight from school, so I have an extensive knowledge of the area and its property market.

“Fisher German is a well-respected property consultancy with a strong reputation for dealing with properties of a certain stature.

“It also has multidisciplinary teams, making its expertise wide and expansive, and offers a lot of opportunities for growth, so this is an excellent opportunity as I continue to progress in my career.

“I look forward to supporting the firm as it continues to grow in Cheshire and the wider region.”

Michael Harris, partner and head of Cheshire agency at Fisher German, added: “With a long standing career in estate agency and a vast knowledge of the area, Daniel is the perfect candidate to head up the agency sector in our Knutsford office.”



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