Martyn Baum appointed president of NAEA
Martyn Baum has been appointed President of the National Association of Estate Agents, taking over from outgoing president Simon Gerrard, the ceremony took place at London’s Savoy Hotel.
Martyn who was born in Loughborough started out his career in property at the age of 16 as a trainee at John German, he then went on to join Hartley’s Estate Agents where he rose to the position of managing partner, he is currently sales partner at independent Loughborough firm AJR.
Martyn reportedly told the Loughborough Echo “I’m delighted to take on the role of president. I am proud of what the NAEA stands for and the fact that members have chosen to sign up to the code of conduct. We need to continue to spread the word of the association far and wide and I have a motivated and hardworking NAEA board around me to help me accomplish this. I will continue to increase the number of regional conferences and will aim to increase public awareness of the organisation with these being major focuses of mine going forward.”