#MyPropertyStories - with Graham Norwood

Posted on 4 Feb

Here at Viewber, our new campaign #MyPropertyStories is a place for property professionals, from anywhere on the property spectrum, to share some of their stories - what's happening in their 'real-life' journeys?

First up, Graham Norwood, editor of the well-read industry site Estate Agent Today, but as importantly one of the widest read freelancers over the last 20 years, FT: The Times, The Telegraph - you name it Graham has probably written in it and won awards for doing so.

Graham opens up about his journey, showing some 'behind the scenes' of where he works, HOW he works and gives some tips about the consequences of working both too hard and alone.

Inspiring, helpful advice and a chance to get to know him better.

Want to be a part of this journey too? We would love to hear a story from you!

Email us at: marketing@viewber.co.uk for all of the details.

Let's get sharing!

#MyPropertyStories

                                                              

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