Joe has Pinner running through his veins. He went to Cannon Lane and Nower Hill schools and spent his childhood as a local scout, exploring the Pinner neighbourhood.
He is immensely proud of the local history and Pinner in general, and loves showing it off to other people. For him, the best bit about being an estate agent is handing over the keys at the end of a transaction. I love seeing the joy on buyers’ faces and knowing that as soon as they walk out of our office they are going straight to their new home. I get to know my clients well and forge good relationships, so it’s very satisfying seeing it all come together from their first enquiry to helping them find their ideal home.
Joe was introduced to buying and selling homes by his mother, herself an estate agent in Pinner, and decided to follow a similar path when he completed his education. He quickly discovered his gregarious nature was ideally suited to meeting and connecting with lots of different people.
After five years learning his trade, he joined Andrew as senior sales negotiator for the Pinner office. In 2007 he was asked to open and run a new office, a challenge he relished. However, when the opportunity arose to return to the Pinner estate agent office some 18 months later, Joe leapt at the chance to return to his home base. I’m like a boomerang when it comes to Pinner, he jokes.
Joe has always had an interest in IT and graphic design. He manages the agency’s systems and sets the standards for how property particulars are presented and marketed. He is a huge advocate of the Andrew Pearce brand values and fully supports the Customer Charter. When we say ‘nothing is too much trouble’ we mean it, says Joe. It’s the way we do business here.
Joe keeps his eye on the ball – literally! One of his proudest moments was as a goalkeeper, helping his school football team to win the Middlesex Cup by saving two penalties.
Away from work, Joe has an active family life and lives with his Wife Emma and children Harry & Isla