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KFH appoints Sophie Danes as Head of Lettings Management

Kinleigh Folkard & Hayward (KFH), one of London’s largest independent property groups, has appointed Sophie Danes as Head of Lettings Management.

Sophie brings over 20 years’ experience in London property to the role. Prior to joining KFH, Sophie spearheaded operations for build to rent operator Get Living at East Village at the former Olympic park in Stratford and at Knight Frank, where she was a Partner and Head of Property Management.  Before this, she oversaw the management of residential properties for family estates, private and institutional clients at EA Shaw and CBRE, as well as heading up the residential management division at John D Wood.

Carol Pawsey, Group Lettings Director at KFH, comments: “We are delighted to welcome Sophie to KFH. She brings with her a wealth of expertise in lettings management for private and corporate landlords in London and I look forward to working with her as we continue to build our portfolio and services over the coming months and years.”

Sophie adds: “I am really pleased to join the lettings property management team at KFH, who have an enviable reputation for delivering exceptional service to clients and customers. I am excited about working with my new team to achieve the best results for our landlords, corporate clients and tenants.”

KFH currently has a portfolio over 14,000 tenancies and Sophie will oversee a large portfolio of managed properties across the Capital, supported by a dedicated team of experienced property managers.

KFH’s Lettings Property Management team provide a fully flexible and tailored service to private and corporate UK and overseas investors, landlords and tenants.

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