Name : Kelly McAlister Company :Lough & Quay Estate Agents & Property Consultants Position : Director Role :Kelly is now responsible for |managing and directing the |growing team, client portfolio and |customer base of Lough & Quay. Track record :Kelly has been with Lough & Quay since its formation in 2008 and manages the business on a daily basis. After graduating from Queens University, Kelly previously worked for one of Northern Ireland's most prominent property development and investment businesses and was responsible for the management of their residential property portfolio..
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