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Your Move Eastbourne welcomes Lettings Negotiator, Lilly Colville

October 17, 2017Tags: letting | lettings experts

Your Move Eastbourne has recently welcomed Lilly Colville to their lettings team. We spent some time with her to find out what she's looking forward to about her new role...

LilyTell us a little bit about yourself 

I began working part-time in a retail shop called Mothercare selling car seats and pushchairs about a year ago, while I was also at college studying my a-levels. As soon as I finished college I left Mothercare for a full time job in an insurance company, where I worked in the claims team. I worked there for around 8 months until joining Your Move in October. I feel that my previous experience has influenced the way I work, helping me to do best by the customer.

What is your new position at Your Move and what does it entail?

My new position is Lettings Negotiator, this entails getting properties to let on the market for landlords and arranging viewings to potential tenants. I will do my best to ensure that every customer finds what they are looking for, and also deliver a great friendly service to them.

What are you most looking forward to about your new role?

I am looking forward to starting a new career I enjoy. I am always looking to help the customer in anyway I can, and I would like to make 'the moving process' a lot easier for our customers and I am looking forward to working in a different industry and learning what it involves.

What is your favourite thing about Eastbourne?

I live in Eastbourne and have done for around 6 years, I enjoy the community and the atmosphere. There is always something happening in Eastbourne.

Why did you choose to work for Your Move Eastbourne rather than other agents in the area?

I liked Your Move because I can see a lot of potential for progression, they made it clear that this would be a career and not just a job to me. I feel there are a lot of opportunities to progress and learn.


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