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Hometrack, the specialists in residential property insight, announced today the appointment of Charles Bryant as Chief Executive Officer.
Charles has extensive experience of working with high growth, technology-enabled companies, most recently as Head of Technology Investment Banking for Europe at Deutsche Bank. Prior to Deutsche Bank, Charles held a number of senior operational roles within Misys plc, including Chairman of Assureweb, Chief Executive of Sesame Technology and Commercial Director of Sesame Group.
Commenting on the appointment he said: “I am delighted to be joining Hometrack, a highly successful market-leading business with offices in the UK and Australia. This is a particularly exciting time for the company as it expands into Europe, grows its standing in Australia and builds on its established position in the UK. The management team and I are committed to exploring and delivering on growth opportunities for the business.”
Giles Mackay, who remains Chairman of Hometrack, added: “Charlie’s considerable experience in working with companies similar to Hometrack, together with his background in banking and technology, makes him a perfect fit for our business. In his taking on the day-to-day running of the company, and moving it forward to the next stage, I know that Hometrack is not only in safe hands but has an exciting future ahead.”
The latest Hometrack UK Cities Index reveals that in the three months to September house price inflation in London recorded the lowest quarterly growth for 20 months.
The latest Hometrack UK Cities Index reveals house price growth has fallen to 8.2% as the slowdown seen in cities across the south of England in recent months intensified in August.
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The latest Hometrack UK Cities House Price Index reveals a marked slowdown in house price growth over the last three months, led by a deceleration in London and other high value cities across the south of England.