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This agent is new to the area but already knows her way around Belsize Park

PUBLISHED: 18:33 26 July 2016 | UPDATED: 18:33 26 July 2016

Meet the Agent Alicia Carter of Knight Frank in Englands Lane

Meet the Agent Alicia Carter of Knight Frank in Englands Lane

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Alicia Carter is on the Knight Frank graduate scheme and is seeing the Belsize Park property market through fresh eyes

What’s special about your agency?

Although our office here in Belsize Park has only been open for 14 months we have become one of Knight Frank’s most successful new offices. We have created a great presence amongst the local area due to having such an approachable, friendly and experienced team. Knight Frank as a brand has such a credible reputation both on a local and global scale.

Where do you live and with whom?

I live in Hammersmith with two of my friends from University.

Why did you choose your current property? What’s your favourite thing about it?

We chose the flat due to its close proximity to the tube station and the West End. My favourite thing about the property is its period features, but living a 2 minute walk from the river is a huge bonus!

If you weren’t an estate agent what would you be?

Anything that involves working with animals.

What’s your dream house?

I am originally from the countryside in North Yorkshire so I have a passion for rural property. My dream house would be a quaint detached cottage with a small ménage for a horse!

How long have you been an estate agent? What’s the most shocking/surprising thing you’ve seen on the job?

I am on the Graduate Scheme here at Knight Frank which involves rotating around 6 diverse departments including agency, lettings and valuation over a 2 year period. After which, I will sit the Assessment of Professional Competence (APC) to become a qualified Chartered Surveyor. I have recently joined the Belsize Park team and love working in this beautiful location.

Fortunately I haven’t come across anything shocking yet but I’ve seen some incredible properties recently with gadgets I didn’t even know existed!

Has the property market changed since you started out?

Although I’ve only been working in the property industry since September 2015 I have seen a number of changes in the market, notably due to the General Election, stamp duty reform and Brexit. It’s also interesting to see the seasonal effect on different parts of the industry too.

What are your top tips for the local area?

A walk around Primrose Hill Park would be my top tip, taking in panoramic views over London. A trip to Belsize Village is highly recommended, stopping for coffee or lunch in one of its lovely cafes.

Are you good at Monopoly?

I’m not a massive fan of board games, however, as part of a team building day we played real life monopoly across London!

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