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Prime Resi Reports on Bold & Reeves’ Exceptional Growth

We are delighted to announce that Prime Resi has recently published an announcement around the growth and expansion of Bold & Reeves, including the recruitment of COO Nick Samuels and Senior Property Manager Debra Date.

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Bold & Reeves reports ‘exceptional growth’; installs new COO

Top-end property management firm reports “exceptional growth, new partnerships and expansion”, recruiting a new COO and expanding its client base by a fifth in the last 12 months.

It sounds like property management firm Bold & Reeves has had a busy year, despite the pandemic: the London-based operation has recruited three new faces and expanded its client base by a fifth since last March.

Former Foxtons man Nick Samuels has joined as Chief Operating Officer. He spent 14 years at Foxtons, rising from the sales team to become manager of the client services division and then Director of Expansion, and was part of the team that delivered the IPO in 2013. After leaving in 2018, he worked with a bunch of proptech start-ups, including Residently, My Rooms and The Property Hub. He joined Bold & Reeves in October as COO.

Debra Date joined at around the same time as Samuels, as a Senior Property Manager. She started her career in the Caribbean, managing a 20-acre site of super-prime homes, and moved to the UK in 2013, managing properties including a prime estate in St Albans and a number of super-prime blocks in London. B&R has also recently recruited a new Finance Manager, Megan Montague.

New clients include the super-prime The Glebe scheme in Chelsea, a house on Elm Park Road in SW3, a house on Tregunter Road in SW10, two houses on the Wentworth Estate, two developments on Leinster Square (Notting Hill) and Berwick Street (Soho), and an office block on Charterhouse Street, EC1.

Nick Samuels, COO at Bold & Reeves: “The needs of our clients have not diminished because of the pandemic. If anything our clients have demanded more of us. With a high percentage of our client base unable to travel to London to occupy their properties, their dependence on us to ensure that their homes continue functioning and that periodic maintenance is completed has only increased. Clients have benefitted from being able to track activity through our unique logbook portal and our remote monitoring capability has enabled us to increase client engagement whilst giving them peace of mind that their home is being cared for.”

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