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'New' Team at David Clark and Company, Ely

October 2019 saw the ‘new’ team at David Clark & Co estate agents taking shape in order to strongly finish a year characterised by concerns over Brexit, Stamp Duty, slow sales and a government ripped apart by leadership struggles.

This ‘Cabinet’ is made up of only strong members. 

David Clark, as an independent estate agent, has been in Ely for nearly 30 years and began his agency career here 40 years ago.

Barbara Harding has worked with David for over 20 years. She has an intimate knowledge of the area and is well known by the local conveyancing lawyers. Want your sale to go through? Put your trust in Barbara’s sale progression skills!

Aimee Wing has been with the firm for over two years. Currently the youngest team member but she has worked locally for 2 corporate estate agents and can now boast over 7 years experience, valuing and selling local homes.

Don Wheeler moved to David Clark and Co Lettings about a year ago and moved home from Suffolk to Sutton.  Mature and knowledgable, but with easy humour to handle the job of liaising with Landlords and tenants.

Our latest addition is someone returning to the firm after working for a well known ‘Country’ and upmarket homes agent in Cambridge for 15 years. Ashley Gwynn is most definitely a local having lived in Ely all his life. He had a 5-year spell with David at Clark & Stewart then spread his wings, but is now back with us. A great depth of experience that you should tap into to achieve the best price for your property.



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