Educated in Felixstowe at Kingsfleet Primary School and the town’s then Deben High School, Keith lived in Felixstowe until he was 7 years old with his Mum (Joyce) and Dad (Paul).They subsequently moved to a smallholding in nearby Levington where his love of animals developed, helping to look after ducks, goats and chickens prior to buying his first home in Felixstowe in 1990. The town has been his home ever since!!! Keith lives in Felixstowe with his wife Kaye and son Jack and his hobbies outside of work are varied including clay pigeon shooting, snooker, cinema, riding his motorbike and walking his two beloved Jack Russells, Georgie and Millie.
Keith’s entire working life has been in Estate Agency with him joining Diamond Mills & Co straight from school and obtaining a Diploma in Residential Estate Agency. (DIP. Rea). After three years with the company he left for a short spell to gain further experience selling properties in a variety of areas such as Needham Market, Stowmarket, Diss and surrounding villages working for the then Woolwich Property Services. In 1993 Keith was offered the opportunity to return to Felixstowe and Diamond Mills, an offer he accepted, to be joined shortly thereafter by his friend from school days Steve Scott and together they fronted the sales team for approaching 20 years before leaving to go into business on their own as the Scott Beckett partnership. Together the pair of them over a combined period of nearly 40 years, formed a well respected and well known partnership selling in excess of 3000 properties for clients many of which returned time and time again for valuable advice in regards to what is generally deemed as a persons largest asset. Keith thoroughly enjoys life as an Estate Agent and is both excited and looking forward to being able to further develop and enhance his reputation for a professional and reliable service as a partner in Scott Beckett.
For any property related matters in Felixstowe and the surrounding areas Keith is always available to offer his expert, friendly and unbiased advice. Contact him on 01394 338000 or firstname.lastname@example.org