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Sarah Gemmell

Sarah joined C&D Rural in January 2022 and she undertakes all aspects of Residential Lettings, including Rental Market Appraisals, Agreements, Property Management, Letting Compliance, Landlord and Tenant Matters, Notices, and Buy to Let Guidance. She has worked in Cumbria and in the Lettings Industry for the last 8 years.

Sarah has gained an excellent reputation for honest professional advice, and for offering a personal service to her clients. She is well known for offering trustworthy buy-to-let advice for new landlords, and is happy to tailor-make packages to suit each landlord’s individual requirements.

She comes from a North Yorkshire farming background and began her professional working life in Carlisle after obtaining a Journalism Degree in 2012. After a short spell in publishing, she decided to have a change of career. In her spare time, Sarah enjoys competing with her native ponies, walking in the Lakes and socializing with friends and family.

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