David Ereira

Charisma, passion and voracious multi-tasking make David a natural networker, a skill that keeps his clients at the forefront of the market. His remit includes developing investment opportunities, asset managing property portfolios, and driving the company’s growth.

David describes himself, as a man who sees things in pictures , acknowledging the importance of his creative vision in crafting a full-service consultancy based upon bespoke principles of timeless values of trust, honesty and integrity.

He is a leader, a visionary who uses his sharpened perception to keep Ereira Mendoza on point. Rarely sartorially challenged, he surrounds himself with exceptional young talent; he’s also very much a man on the cutting edge. Somewhat of an enigma, he prefers to ride his scooter as it saves time through the busy streets of London.

David’s dynamic managerial skills have been fundamental to EM achievements over the past 25 years. His voracious multi-tasking makes him a natural networker, a skill that keeps his clients at the forefront of the market, and adds to the charisma and character of one of property’s great polymaths.

Best kept secret

A closet retail obsessive, name David a UK city and he’ll quote you a rent!

Membership of Associations

David has memberships or is affiliated to the following:
FNAEA – Fellow of the National Association of Estate Agents
FICBA – Fellow of the Business Agents
FRSA – Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts
Freeman of the City of London

Corporate Social Responsibility – Community

David’s community and charitable résumé

Community and charity positions

He is currently the Chairman of Norwood, a national charity for socially disadvantaged children, and children and adults with learning difficulties. The charity has a wide-reaching remit, with an annual budget of £35million, 1200 staff and 800 volunteers. Visit Norwood Website

Out of hours

A gifted sculptor, David has exhibited work in London galleries and has recently turned his creative talents to cookery – much to the relief of his family.

He’s an artist and a sculptor, and a collector of things that please him; something that’s apparent from a visit to their London office.

Person he most admires

Bruce Forsyth, as he would like to be top of his game and still dancing at over 80.

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