Fiona – looking after clients’ and tenants’ interests

Fiona – looking after clients’ and tenants’ interests

Chartered surveyor Banks Long & Co’s increasingly busy property management team has expanded again.

The growing trend towards more city centre living has led the Lincoln firm to recruit Fiona Peralta as its Residential Block Manager and she has brought a wealth of experience to her new role, gained with lettings businesses in Lincolnshire and the south of England.

Fiona is delighted to have joined the Westgate practice after looking for a job which offered her fresh challenges and made the most of her communications skills and determination to offer clients excellent customer service.

Working closely with property management and tenants’ groups, Fiona ensures that leasehold homes within residential complexes are properly maintained and repairs carried out.

The job also includes preparing annual service charge budgets, dealing with leaseholders’ enquiries and contractors, as necessary.

“I am delighted to have joined Banks Long & Co, which has a growing property management section, and to have taken-up a role which is offering me interesting new challenges,” said Fiona.

Fiona, who lives in a village near Lincoln, originally resided in the south of England but moved-up to the county to be nearer to family in Louth. Her daughter Paola is a biomedical scientist, working at the Queen’s Medical Centre in Nottingham.

Banks Long & Co managing director Tim Bradford said: “We are really pleased to welcome to Fiona to the team.  She has joined us at a time when our property management department is receiving a rising number of enquiries from property investors.”

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