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Hello I’m Chris McCutcheon, the Branch Manager at Your Move Dumfries. I joined the team back in 2009 taking a position as a Negotiator, progressing to Senior Negotiator, Trainee Valuer, Valuation Manager and then to my current role as Branch Manager. My team and I are based in Dumfries which is located in Dumfries and Galloway and help clients spanning from Gretna to Stranraer, having expanded our territory further west to also include Castle Douglas, Ayr and Newton Stewart.
My knowledge and passion for the industry shines in the goals that I have accomplished within my time working for the company; from achieving awards as a negotiator to owning the title of Valuation Manager of the Year for 6 years. I pride myself on the ability to motivating my team to reach both their individual and business goals, always looking to inspire my team by providing a clear pathway for progression within a company close to my heart.
The key to the branch's continued success is completing the customer's journey to the highest of standards whilst retaining our passionate, professional and progressive approach within an ever changing market.
If you are looking to buy, sell, rent or let a property in Dumfries and Galloway, or further west in the Castle Douglas, Ayr, Newton Stewart and Stranraer areas, why not get in touch with us and take advantage of our wealth of knowledge and experience of the market, as well as experiencing our guaranteed high level of customer service that we strive to provide.
The first thing that you notice about Dumfries & Galloway is just how beautiful this part of lowland Scotland is, with an undulating coastline of rocky shoreline and sandy beaches, whilst inland, there are acres of forest and green spaces.
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