15 February

Harry following in the family footsteps

Harry Young has been promoted at Sanderson Young to a Regional Valuer with effect from February 2024. Harry, who is now 27, has worked for Sanderson Young for over 9 years, initially as a part time support during his college years and, since the summer of 2018, on a permanent full time basis once he completed his degree in Business Management and Marketing from Leeds 


He has experienced all aspects of the business over the last 9 years from tea boy to negotiator and from residential lettings to the sale of large country estates. 


Harry is the youngest of three sons by the founder, Duncan Young and his wife Alison, who proudly celebrate 25 years of selling and letting homes regionally in the North of England


Harry commented “I’m delighted to expand my responsibilities in a valuing role and, whilst also staying committed to my negotiations in the Rare! department, I look forward to seeing more houses, not just in Newcastle, but throughout the region. It’s one of the most rewarding and exciting roles within estate agency to guide owners from the very beginning as to how Sanderson Young can make a difference to their home sale and not only maximise the selling price, but efficiently and smoothly move those clients from A to B. 


I’m confident our experienced and mature team of sales support can continue to exceed the expectation of our clients and, through our proven marketing strengths, make a real difference to their sale.  At 27 years of age I’m still regarded as one of the “youngsters” in the firm but I know I can go that extra mile to achieve similar high levels of success for my clients.” 


Harry will continue to be based out of the regional office in Gosforth and will join a very strong team of valuers including Duncan Young and the experienced minds and backgrounds of Penny Wright, Mandy Denning, Greg McCarthy and Gail McLean who oversees the lettings valuations.