HELLO...I LOOK FORWARD TO HOPEFULLY MEETING YOU
Hi there...my name is Mark Kerr and I will be the surveyor attending your property.
You can learn a little more about me by scrolling down this page where you will be able to view some general information about me. In terms of being able to contact me however, I just wanted to ensure you had my mobile number and email address to allow you to contact me regarding any questions you might have prior to or after the survey. You can find those details within the banner above or below.
On behalf of everyone at Wise Property Care, thank you for choosing to book a survey with us and I look forward to visiting you property and hopefully meeting you.
Mark Kerr C.S.R.T
t: 07714 679 137
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Say 'Hello' to Mark. You can call him on 07714 679 137 or email him at email@example.com.
You can also connected with Mark online via Linked In at: www.linkedin.com/in/markskerr.
More about Mark Kerr
Mark Kerr is the branch manager of the Aberdeen branch of Wise Property Care. Mark is an experienced remedial treatments surveyor/manager specialising within the damp and timber preservation industry.
Mark Kerr joined Wise Property Care in 2004 and has been in the preservation industry for over 20 years.
Mark Kerr's specialties:
Tell us about yourself
- 45 years old
- Three boys and a dog called Holly
- I have been a surveyor since 1990
What are your responsibilities?
To do a good survey bring in the jobs and manage them.
What qualifications do you have?
Csrt certificate of assessment in waterproofing, Dynamic Leadership.
What are your past times and interests?
Kickboxing and Football.
What was your first job?
Salesman in electrical shop.
What has been the biggest challenge of your career?
The last couple of years.
WHAT IS THE NEXT BIG THING IN THE PROPERTY/PRESERVATION MARKET?
An x-ray machine to look through things.
What in your opinion is the one thing above all that sells a house?
Not one thing but as everybody is looking for something different.
What advice would you offer to those looking to be Specialist Surveyor?
Work hard and ask what people really want.
If money was no object where would you live?
Australia or Cyprus.