(left to right: Jenifer Kerr, Thomas Jones, Phiddy Robertson, Ginette Bentley)
Phiddy Robertson, head of estate agency for Inverness and the Highland region said: “We pride ourselves on offering an exceptional service, based on an in-depth understanding of estate agency in the Highlands and a genuine desire to do the very best for our clients.
“These new members of staff will benefit from the opportunity to develop their careers in a growing business and I am delighted to be working with them.”
Galbraith reports that the property market has experienced a period of frenetic activity over the past two years, as buyers sought homes with more space and a better quality of life.
From remote crofts untouched by modern farming methods, to charming village houses, and contemporary coastal homes, sales have covered the breadth of the Highlands and Islands and all styles of property.
In addition to residential sales, the Inverness office also provides a wide range of property services including rural management, forestry, building surveying, land and estate sales and residential lettings.
Galbraith handles the sale of residential property valued at £72m on average per quarter in Scotland and the north of England. Headquartered in Edinburgh, the firm was established in 2003 but its roots stretch back to 1765.