Born and brought up in Enfield; attending a local primary school
(St Andrew’s School, Enfield Town) and then Bishop’s Stortford
and Southgate Secondary schools; Stewart has spent his entire professional life in the property industry before ‘coming home’ to Enfield to establish his own estate agency business.
Stewart’s passion for property stems from the impact his family home had on him as a child; firmly believing a home is one of the most important physical aspects in your life.
Stewart holds the NFoPP (National Federation of Property Professionals) Level 3 property qualification, and is a member of the NAEA and a qualified Domestic Energy Assessor (DEA). Stewart successfully sold his first house in Enfield Town in 2006, just weeks after finishing his A-Levels. The rest they say is history!
Stewart’s perfect Sunday usually starts with a visit to Enfield’s David Lloyds. In warmer weather you will find him watching his friends play Sunday league football somewhere in the Borough. Sunday afternoons are often spent having dinner at his mothers house in Bush Hill Park. The day is often finished off at The Cricketers or the Crown & Horseshoe pub, both along Gentleman’s Row, which are great for a relaxing drink with friends in beautiful picturesque surroundings.
Jason, born and raised in Enfield/Edmonton attended Enfield Grammar school where he served as a prefect during his A level years.
Jason’s professional background is one which has been customer serviced based and has spent the last 5 years in estate agency, starting off as a lettings negotiator to the senior sales negotiator position he now holds. Jason has had the benefit of working in various areas across north/northwest London from Kentish Town and Crouch end to Whetstone and Barnet, now Enfield allowing him to amass a wealth of property knowledge successfully selling properties from Hampstead to Forty Hall.
Very much a family man, Jason enjoys his downtime spent with his family and friends. When not playing 5 aside football mid-week he typically takes time to catch a movie or sharpen up on his martial arts skills.