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Background and industry experience

Tom’s role as Associate Director is to run the large Agency team as part of the regional Worcester Office. He co-ordinates the sale of quality cottages and houses across Worcestershire, Herefordshire, and into the Cotswolds and Warwickshire, personally specialising in larger houses and estates. He works closely with Christian Sanders in Bromsgrove and all departments in Worcester, now the 3rd largest office in Fisher German, employing in excess of 50 staff. Within Tom’s team is Joanne McElevey who, along with Christian Sanders and Rob Champion, specialises in the sale of residential building plots and small developments (fewer than twenty units, generally) across the region, acting for private clients and small-scale developers. We are also able to provide in-house Planning advice.

Tom’s first career was in classical music where he was part of the management team of a regional chamber orchestra, but took up his career as an estate agent in London in 1989. Having worked for Chestertons and Strutt & Parker, selling homes in Kensington and Mayfair, Tom relocated to Warwickshire in 2001 to work for Knight Frank and subsequently opened an office for Savills in Stratford upon Avon. Outside work, Tom enjoys singing in his local chamber choir as well as in a small eight part close harmony group raising money for charity.

About me

What year did you start your job?

Why did you join Fisher German?
Reputation, strong brand and career prospects

What has been your favourite project and why?
Selling the Tenanted Farm portfolio extending to 4,200 acres for Hereford Council, producing an outstanding result well in excess of the guide price – a unique and challenging sale

Most admired, non-property brand?

Top pastime?

Best holiday destination?
New Zealand - twice!

One item to take to a desert island?

Who would you like to be stranded in a lift with?
The cast of Les Miserables – hopefully we wouldn’t be rescued until we’d sung through the entire show…..

What’s your favourite film of all time?
The Italian Job