An on demand extra member of staff

Posted on 19 Feb

Talking to a friend about Viewber last week he said that surely agents must look at Viewber as like having an on demand extra member of staff. He’s right and it’s a good way of describing us. Everyone knows that the most expensive item in any agent’s inventory is staff – it’s also the best.  The industry is under pressure from so many directions right now and reducing staff numbers means service levels will most likely go down just at a time when clients need more looking after and every property needs more viewings. It’s a nasty dilemma and one Viewber was founded to help solve.

Part of the issue for us has been to get the business beyond start up phase, which we’ve now done and despite the fact that our marketing spend has been minimal people are beginning to hear about us. It’s now a solid business conducting thousands of Viewings a month and growing at over 35%/month over the last twelve. We needed to grow to back up a solid service offering and to have an on demand workforce of over 3500 nationwide is a unique offering that agents can tap in to whenever they feel like it.

I am personally well aware that some at the agency coalface might perceive Viewber as a threat when it’s actually here to provide support. There’s little I can do about that other than persuade those running the office to give it a try. Of those who use our service a tiny percentage don’t come back with most using us as and when they need – it’s absolutely NOT a replacement service.

An on demand national workforce bookable simple by registering here – I’d urge you to try it

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