Estate Agency

Peter Curtis | Manager

Peter first joined Munro & Noble in 1998 as a Sales Negotiator and became Manager of the department in 2004. Coming from a sales and customer service background, he and his team have helped to establish one of the largest Estate Agency portfolios in the Highlands.

Peter has 21 years experience within the property sector and has a BSc (Hons) degree in Estate Management from Reading University.

Peter’s aim is to sell as many properties as possible for the best price in the shortest time possible. He says our success has been achieved by investing in and adapting to new technology, using main stream property portals and working more flexible hours.

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Thomas Jones

Born and raised in Inverness, Thomas moved to Edinburgh to further his education. Upon graduating from Napier University, he undertook sales roles in both Edinburgh and Glasgow. His work in the central belt would eventually lead him back to Inverness, joining Munro & Noble in 2006 as a sales negotiator. Now one of our senior sales negotiators he is heavily involved in all aspects of property sales and is a key member of property team.

His hobbies and interests away from the office include cruiser racing on the Moray Firth and live music, however these have now taken a backseat as he spends the majority of his spare time at home with his young family. Thomas also enjoys walking his dogs Oliver and Oscar and cooking for his family and friends.

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Fiona Williamson

Born and raised in Caithness, Fiona moved from Thurso to Inverness with her family in 1999 and has gained15 years Administration and PA experience in the Financial Services Sector prior to joining Munro & Noble in February 2015.  Fiona has a very keen interest in Property and has brought her professional experience from a highly regulated sector, along with a genuine enthusiasm for residential property sales, into her role. She also has valuable experience of the Holiday Lettings market, having previously managed and marketed serviced accommodation facilities.

Her children have now grown up and live away from home and her husband works offshore. Much of Fiona’s spare time is spent walking her Lhasa Apso dog Toby, or meeting friends for lunch.  Fiona also enjoys baking regularly and bringing various treats into work to share.

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