A property viewer's perspective

Posted on 19 Feb, 2020

We are seeing more and more of this sort of issue cropping up in the property market, with people wanting to view properties to rent/buy but their estate and lettings agents just don't seem to have enough flexible hours available to fit in viewings - even on weekends it's a struggle it seems.

 

This is not a 'dig' at any hardworking agents out there, simply reaching out to give a helping hand and making sure you don’t miss out on any revenue opportunities.

It really shows just how busy agents (which is fantastic news) however, why not try Viewber and cash in?

Our guys are vetted, can be booked for any property, anytime and anywhere in the UK.

 

This is Anna, our Founder Ed Mead's sister - she recently relocated from Newcastle to Cornwall. As someone who works in healthcare, Anna really needed flexible viewing appointments which is something she quickly discovered agents just couldn't provide.

In fact she thinks it delayed her move for 5 months. She thought she'd record her story for Ed and in fact it rather neatly sums up why some agents might find Viewber useful!

Here is her perspective on her recent experience of viewing properties...

 

Property agents, please do get in touch and try a Viewber. We are here to help, when you need.

Contact the team at: hello@viewber.co.uk or have a look at the website for more information: www.viewber.co.uk

 

                                                          

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