Estate agents - how to stand out!

Posted on 1 May, 2019

Join successful ex estate agents (now Viewber founder and investor) Ed Mead and Peter Rollings for their latest webinar.

The two of them spent a lot of time in competition with each other over the years whilst working at Douglas & Gordon and Foxtons, and as a result their businesses learned a lot about standing out!

In this webinar, they discuss their time as estate agents and how they differentiated themselves to stand out in the fiercely competitive property market.

In the first half of this webinar Ed and Peter discuss and give advice from their own experiences, and the second half (approximately 37 mins 10 secs in) is a live Q&A session with the audience.

We've had some great feedback from this webinar and hope to do another soon!

For any questions, contact the team at: hello@viewber.co.uk

   

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