New Associate For Arnolds Keys

Published 15 May 2015

Darren NeaveLeading Norfolk property services firm Arnolds Keys has promoted Darren Neave to Associate.

Darren joined the firm in early 2013 to lead its residential team in Norwich and Eaton, running one of the foremost residential sales operations in the city.  Since then he has led the creation of the Arnolds Keys Collection, a new marketing concept for upmarket and quality homes.  He was previously national trainer for a chain of estate agencies, responsible for raising and maintaining standards right across the UK.

Arnolds Keys managing partner Guy Gowing said, “Darren has built a reputation as one of the county’s top residential property professionals, and we are delighted to recognise this by promoting him to Associate – not an accolade we give out lightly.  We always try to nurture talent within the firm, develop our people and create a long-term career path for them, and this promotion is a good example of this in action.”

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