Our People

Theo Stylianou

Theo Stylianou

Theo, with over 20 years of local valuing and selling experience is Sales Manager at Peter Barry, you will always be in safe hands when selling your home. Theo also lives in the local area with his wife and three children. He enjoys going to the gym, working & owning older style Mercedes cars as well as spending time with his family.

Contact: theo.stylianou@pbea.co.uk

Jason Desousa

Jason Desousa

Jason cut his teeth working for some of the most prominent high street estate agencies over several years. Having been in the industry for over a decade, he has a wealth of experience and knowledge specific to the North London rentals market. Additionally being ARLA qualified, he is able to advise and help any landlord or tenant with the knowledge that he has acquired over the years. In his spare time he is an avid rugby fan and more often than not will be found at Twickenham with his son for big games .

Contact: jason.desousa@pbea.co.uk

Natasha Kitallides

Natasha Kitallides

Natasha has always had a passion for the property industry and started her career working with various local authorities and the Home Office. Natasha later moved into the private residential sector where she further increased her experience. At Peter Barry, she has joined as Senior Accounts and Property Manager, her dynamic proactive and highly adaptable personality has put her in good stead for the service she offers to clients. Natasha lives locally is familiar with North London, enjoys travelling, exploring new places as well as a good food market on the weekend with family and friends.

Contact: natasha.kitallides@pbea.co.uk

Harry Savash

Harry Savash

Harry joined the sales team in 2016 as a sales negotiator having previously worked in customer service for a number of years. You will most likely meet Harry while registering for a sales property viewing a property to buy. Harry lives locally in New southgate and in his spare time he enjoys going to the Gym and spending time with his family.

Contact: harry.savash@pbea.co.uk

Conor Byrne

Conor Byrne

Having joined Peter Barry in early 2017, Conor has become an integral part of the team and offers a friendly service along with a smile. Being born and bred in Winchmore Hill and working locally, Conor knows the local area very well. You will meet Conor when applying to rent a property. In his spare time he enjoys playing golf, using the gym and spending time with his girlfriend and family.

Contact: conor.byrne@pbea.co.uk

Caroline Wheeler

Caroline Wheeler

Caroline has been a member of the Peter Barry team since 2000. She splits her time between many roles including keeping the books and helping out the sales and lettings teams when required. She has a particular interest in the local area’s history and enjoys writing on such matters for the Peter Barry blog. Caroline travelled extensively before settling down in the Grange Park area where she now lives with her husband and two children.

Contact: sales@pbea.co.uk



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Simple Tips for Selling Your House

A quick online search will bring up dozens of suggestions for ways to make your home more attractive to buyers. Ideas range from wafting the aroma of freshly baked bread around your kitchen, to spending hundreds on new furniture for better “staging”, or making extravagant renovations in your loft or garage. read more

Market Update February 2017

After a year of enormous change both politically and economically in 2016, we entered 2017 more certain about many things and less certain about others. The next few weeks will see the British Government trigger article 50 and commence the formal process of leaving the EU.... read more

Market Update - October 2016

September was “back to school” month and I’m sure we have all noticed the increased traffic levels during the “school runs” at the start and end of the day. For many people it followed a property move that enabled them to access a particular school catchment area –one of the major factors in choosing a home. The property market was largely steady and is now settling into a more “normalised” pattern following the pre and immediate post Brexit furore. The real impact, if there is to be one, of Brexit is likely to be some three years away when our exit from Europe will actually takes place and it looks as though the market will conform to the usual drivers of supply and demand, affordability and availability of money in the interim. read more

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