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Gráinne Gilmore

Director of research and insights

Gráinne Gilmore, director of research & insights, Cluttons

Gráinne is our director of research & insights. Before joining Cluttons she held positions at Zoopla, as head of research, and at Knight Frank where she was head of UK residential research, leading the teams producing insights on all aspects of UK sales, lettings, residential development and the specialist BTR, student and later living housing sectors. Gráinne started her career at The Times, where she was an award-winning finance and economics journalist.

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