Staff Profiles - Maple Estate Agents

Manish Rawal


20 years industry experience - Also being a landlord I understand issues and frustrations and try our best to smoothly resolve matters. We treat every property as if it were our own, we want to deliver efficient service whilst looking after our clients

Ewelina Badowicz

Sales Manager

6 Years Industry experience, NFOPP candidate (training) - No nonsense approach, keep matters real and relevant - Always ready to help

Shyamal Bhatt

Lettings Manager

Quality Properties deserve Quality tenants - Former professional cricketer I often smash it out of the park - NFOPP candidate (training)

Sandip Patel

Sales Consultant

Ethics in Estate Agents, time to change public perception - After an honest day’s work, a good nights sleep - NFOPP candidate (training)

Roxana Bancilla

Maintenance Administrator

If you have a problem I can fix it - You must have a sense of humour in life - do your job well and everything falls into place

Olga Orlova

Accounts Manager

Along with everything in the universe everything must balance - Accounts especially

Savan Rabadia

Trainee Estate Agent

Having completed an apprenticeship in Estate agency I am looking forward to putting this training to use in good use

Yulia Melko

Short Lettings Manager

Welcoming short-term visitors from the UK and all over the world. Always smile and the world smiles with you

Anil Rawal


To build a successful business, just follow these 5 simple rules 1) Do what’s right. Values matter. Operate with integrity at all times. Period. That way, you’ll never have to look over your shoulder to see who’s watching. 2) Stand for something. Maintain the strength of your ideas and principles. If you don’t know what you stand for, you’re leaving it all to chance. 3) Be consistent. When your behaviour is steady and reliable, your actions become predictable. This enables people to form an impression of you and anticipate future behaviour. 4) Take pride in what you do. If you’re not proud of what you’re doing, either you’re not finished yet, or what you’re doing is not worthy of your best self. 5) Accept responsibility for your actions. If you wouldn’t be proud to see your words or actions in a headline, don’t say them or do them. If things go wrong despite your best intentions, don’t hide out. Face the music with an apology and your plan to do better

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