Ultra-prime multinational estate agent Beauchamp Estates has appointed as Managing Director with responsibility for helping to lead and manage the group’s London business and future expansion plans.
Based at the group’s UK headquarters on Curzon Street, Gee will be in charge of Beauchamp Estates Central London and Home Counties business which has offices/operations in Mayfair, Marylebone, St. John’s Wood and Hampstead.
Gee has 36 years of experience in the estate agency, new homes and Prime London residential marketplace, with particular agency expertise in North West London, adding significant value to the estate agency.
Beauchamp Estates Founder Gary Hersham will continue in his preferred role of selling the most expensive houses and flats in Prime Central London and abroad.
Gee started his career at Benham and Reeves, rising to be one of only three partners in the business by the age of 25. In 1999 Jeremy moved to Glentree and had a successful 18 year partnership with Trevor Abrahmsohn, together growing the firm’s established and new homes businesses.
In 2017 Gee was head hunted to be a Main Board Director of Fairview New Homes, one of London’s leading volume housebuilders. He has now decided to return to estate agency, heading up Beauchamp Estates.
Gee says: “I am proud to be joining Beauchamp Estates which is a dynamic and results driven multinational estate agent and a recognised leader in the luxury homes sector. The network of contacts and the insights I bring to the estate agency and new homes sectors will enable me to advise the group’s corporate and private clients on strategy, acquisitions and sales across the capital.”
Gary Hersham, Founder of Beauchamp Estates, says: “We are delighted that Jeremy Gee has joined Beauchamp Estates as Managing Director. Jeremy is a superb negotiator and dealmaker who has a deep understanding of the residential property market. This appointment heralds an exciting new chapter for the group and Jeremy’s enviable experience will add significant value to our expansion plans across London and internationally.”