coreco X Viewber - “The Property Show” podcast

Posted on 14 May, 2020

coreco - Mortgages a better way.

A few positive things have come from the Nation's lockdown over the past weeks, and for us at Viewber in the property industry, one big positive has been collaborations.

Mortgage broker gurus coreco kindly invited us again onto their podcast - 'The Property Show'

Ed joined host Andrew Montlake and fellow guest Louisa Fletcher; property expert, journalist and author.

Of course, this episode was recorded during the depths of lockdown by calling in to usual provider Wisebuddah - you'd barely know.

It's so good that we've all adapted so quickly and are now using online technology to its FULL advantage.

Here is how host Andrew Montlake describes this podcast episode:

"As well as finding out how our guests are dealing with “lockdown”, the main topic of conversation is, of course, the current environment and what effect all of this is having on the property market. What does this mean for estate agency, furloughed staff, brokers, buyers, and vendors and has this fundamentally changed the buying process for years to come?

We also deal with questions such as are we all going to move out of big cities, will technology finally have to live up to its promise and how are we all going to get back to work quickly and most importantly, safely?

House prices, whether or not there should be more Government stimulus and what consumers are worried about most, also get looked at."

Tune in and listen to this episode here: https://www.coreco.co.uk/podcasts/property-podcast-the-property-show-the-lockdown-edition/

Tweet Ed, let him know what you think about the episode - @ed_mead

 

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