Ed Talks - Podcast with David Sandeman & Tim Main

Posted on 26 Sep

Ed tries to bring guests onto the property podcast who have good ideas for the future, but also like to try and open the door to some people that you may have heard about and may not know much about.

So, on this latest episode of Ed Talks, he has invited two guests – one with a healthy and longstanding auction background, the other with an eye on using tech from auctions to improve private treaty sales.

David Sandeman, MD of The Essential Information Group (does what it says on the tin and has been providing data rooms and data for well over 20 years) and Tim Main, an RICS qualified Estate Agent and also Director and Founder of PIPs Ltd – a new PropTech company designed to speed up the buying process.

They are now working together on something new and exciting.

Please join in and listen to this discussion as they delve deeper into the alchemy that is the Property Auctions. A lot of humble agents, like Ed (who was a successful estate agent for quite some time) simply don’t have a clue how on earth people at auction sell a property on the fall of a hammer…

As always, do let us know your thoughts on this episode and if you would like to be a guest on the show, or if you perhaps know someone you think should be!

You can listen on the Viewber website or find us on Spotify (search 'Ed Talks Property')

Enjoy!

 

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