Ed Talks - Property Podcast Ep. 9 with Josh Rayner

Posted on 5 Jun, 2019

'Is it the people coming into the agency that are changing it, or the other way round?' is this episode of Ed Talk's hot topic!

In this episode: Ed's guest Josh Rayner began his recruitment career at the young age of 17 and really hustled and worked his way to the top. Having dabbled in estate agency for a brief period, then a large recruitment agency, he left and began building up his own business. Rayner Personnel is now a successful franchise business, working with the 'super brands' to one-off independents.
 

Josh brings great energy to this chat with Ed. He is full of interesting stats and insights (did you know that someone changes their job in the property sector every 18 months?!) and he has some excellent advice when it comes to recruitment... like, really, how important are your social media profiles when it comes to employment?

Enjoy!

5 top challenges in the social housing sector

Posted on 18 Oct.

The latest Government reshuffle has seen the instalment of yet another new Communities and Housing Secretary. This time, the mantle has been taken up by Michael Gove and commentators have been quick to point out that he’s a minister who likes to get thing

A guide to Viewber’s (Green) Social Housing visits

Posted on 11 Oct.

Here’s how Viewbers are already helping to support the social housing sector.

The No. 1 thing that frightens buyers revealed

Posted on 07 Oct.

Some buyers are genuinely frightened about purchasing a home, reveals a new one-question survey, conducted by Viewber in September 2021.

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