Our website is a very busy place where buyers come to see our available properties and to get free advice, just like you are right now. Your property will be visible to every home buyer on the hunt in the UK. It is likely that even an over seas buyer could be looking. With over 90% of property buyers starting their search online, it is more important now than ever before to get your property in front of a large online audience. Your property will be listed on our website where we get over 38,000 visits every year. That is 104 every day and one of them maybe your buyer.
Portals are another focus. Rightmove, Zoopla and OnTheMarket are many of the first places for buyer to visit. We ensure to list your property on all major portals to increase the coverage and attention your property receives. Your property will be presented to the largest home buying audience who are actively hunting for the right property.
Social media is on the rise. Using clever algorithms, we will have your property follow your buyer until they click and call us. Do you notice when looking to buy a car you start noticing car adverts on every website you go to? This is an example of marketing that follows you everywhere you go.
Our database is packed with records of buyers and their important requirements when buying a home. Using our intelligent software which cleverly matches buyers to their ideal property, we will send out an instant email and text message alert to all those who are actively looking to let them know the right property has come on to the market. We will also be on the phone to them the moment you instruct us. It is common to have a buyer before the property even goes live, so do not be surprised.
Very often buyers end up buying a property they did not even call for. This happens when during the phone conversation we find out their requirements and realise that what they called for won’t be suitable. Rather than ending that call, we will offer suggestions in the area they are looking for. No call ever goes to waste, and that is how buyers buy something they did not even call for.