Ed Talks - Podcast with Phil Spencer

Posted on 5 Mar, 2020

Welcome back to ‘#EdTalks’ the property podcast!

Ed has invited an old friend into the recording booth this time (a familiar face to a lot of you), Phil Spencer.

In this open and honest episode, Phil talks more about his journey, starting work as an estate agent at 23 and learning the hard way, especially when recession hit the property market! He has developed quite the career for himself in the property industry, seemingly mostly on the buyer’s side, so it was a fantastic opportunity for Ed to delve a little deeper into finding out more.

Ed asks more about filming on his hit TV shows such as ‘Location, Location, Location’ and ‘Love it or List it’ and uncovers more of what goes on ‘behind the scenes’.

We also learn more about Move iQ – Phil’s business that has just turned 2 and is based around guidance and advice for buyers, which is certainly growing at a rapid pace.

Grab your headphones and tune in!

 

 

                                                                 

                                                                  

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