Andy joined Jackie Oliver & Co in 1999, has the longest continuous service at an estate agency in Towcester and knows our business inside out. He enjoys running, gardening and theatre. Andy likes to think he is an authority on gin. His current midlife crisis is a Figgy.
Charlotte spends the majority of her time making sure you stay sold, dragging a sale to exchange if that’s what it takes. She brings charm, common sense and tenacity to the office. Away from here Charlotte will choose either a good run or a good red. Charlotte has a son, daughter and a sausage dog called Leo.
Richard joined Jackie Oliver & Co in 2004, and is the firm’s chief valuer. He’s a friendly, furry, easy-going character and lives in Blisworth with his wife, son and daughter. Richard is a keen football fan, retired off the field after a dislocated shoulder, courtesy of his 8 year old son. He also enjoys good food and beer!
Bubbly and enthusiastic, Megan will take on any task! She is our ‘take-on queen’ creating all the property floor plans and photographs before producing the property details. With us since 2006 Megan enjoys skiing, Formula One, Postman Pat and keep-fit. Megan is the Judith Chalmers of the office, travelling whenever the holiday rota allows.
Fed up with dealing with Porsches Claire approached us in 2003 to work on Saturdays. Claire is meticulously organised, flexible, approachable and can produce a 48 page inventory in the blink of an eye. Fifteen years later Claire works part time, is married and with teenagers, matching car, bag and shoes.
Hard working and dedicated Emma will leave no stone unturned to help you find the perfect property. Living in Stony Stratford with husband and teenage son, Emma is a Strictly fan and is not averse to taking to the floor herself. Emma has recently discovered Facebook and has a very sweet tooth.
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148 Watling Street East
Monday to Friday - 9am to 6pm
Saturday - 9am to 4pm
Sunday - Closed
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Jackie Oliver & Co. are introducers to Anstee & Co Ltd who are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.