Norwich Commercial Property Professional Named Commercial Property Dealmaker Of 2014 By Estates Gazette
Published 16 March 2015
A leading Norwich property professional has been named Norfolk’s commercial property ‘Dealmaker of the Year’ by leading industry publication Estates Gazette.
The publication looked at every commercial property deal done in the county during 2014, and found that Guy Gowing, managing partner at Arnolds Keys, had negotiated and completed more deals than anyone else.
Mr Gowing beat off competition from commercial property professionals in all of the major national firms, as well as local competitors, to carry off the Dealmaker title.
He commented, “This award is a reflection of the extensive professionalism and dedication of the whole Commercial Property team here at Arnolds Keys.
“It is telling that the award has gone to someone working in a locally-based firm. It shows that good contacts and an excellent local market knowledge can result in deals being done. Closeness to the local market and the local economy really is the key to actually completing deals, which in the end has to be the ultimate measure of success for any property professional.”
This is the second time in three years that the accolade has gone to a member of the Arnolds Keys Commercial Property team – it was won two years ago by Mr Gowing’s colleague Robert Flint.
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