About Duke Associates LTD
Founded in 2018, Dukes Associates LTD is an estate agency helping clients sell and buy property in London, Surrey, Oxford and the Cotswolds. David Duke, the founder, has over two decades of experience as a property agent in the UK, working for the country’s top three agencies – Savills, Strutt and Parker, Marsh and Parsons – as both Director and Partner over 17 years. He spent most of his time in prime London locations such as One Hyde Park, the most expensive real estate in the world at the time, ahead of relocating to the Cotswolds. David now channels his knowledge of the property into various projects in the Cotswolds, Oxford, Surrey and London.
David Duke has over 20 years of experience in the UK property market. He has held partner and director level appointments in three of the top UK property agencies.
David has developed extensive knowledge and contacts with developers, investors, and high net-worth individuals. He has acquired extensive experience in South East Asia and the Middle East, exhibiting and selling prime London developments to markets in Dubai, Singapore, Hong Kong, Vietnam and China.
David has performed numerous high-value residential transactions including multi-unit, portfolios and single family homes. Working with world renowned developers, corporations, private clients, funds and institutions to consistently realise successful outcomes.
Recruited upon graduation from Southampton University (BA Hons degree), David joined the Residential Development team at Savills and worked up to Associate Director before being recruited by Strutt and Parker in 2012 as partner responsible for managing the sale of individual and bulk transactions.
In 2015, David joined Marsh and Parsons as Director of Investments, Sales and Residential Development, focusing on expanding the sales and land teams as well as diversifying the department into overseas markets.
David has played a key role in the development and sale of several London landmark developments, including One Hyde Park, which at the time was the most expensive real estate in the world. He oversaw sale of the The Lancasters, a parade of 15 magnificent stucco-fronted Grade 2 listed houses, as well as Highbury Square, working with Arsenal Football Club to sell some 650 apartments in just two years.