#MyPropertyStories - with Simon Bradbury

Posted on 13 Feb, 2020

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?

Simon Bradbury, Managing Director of Thomas Morris Sales & Lettings shares 3 tips that have genuinely helped him in his career as an estate agent over the years.

These really are some valuable tips and had us straight on Google search looking up some of the resources that Simon recommends!

 

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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