Rawlings looks at outsourcing & wonders why (not)?

Posted on 23 Jun, 2020

As the world came to a Covid halt, Viewber co-founder Ed turned lockdown around and used it to positively listen to a variety of industry experts.

If you don’t know Richard Rawlings, founder of Estate Agency Insight already, he is an award-winning estate agency trainer and sought-after coach and always at top-industry gatherings.

The reason Richard is here is because Ed was trouble shooting with the team on why all high street agents don't at least use Viewber occasionally – Ed knew exactly who would tell him how it is.

Richard’s insights into the industry and how it's changing are worth listening to, his seminars are always targeted at generating income and maximising profits and they have 70 years of property experience between them.

They also talked about something Ed used to do a lot during his time at Douglas & Gordon - acting for buyers. At uncertain times it's clearly a source of income that benefits from your local expertise and requires no extra set up costs, it’s very interesting to hear what Richard has to say about that too...

                                                             

                                                                 

 

3 ways to make viewings & visits more sustainable

Posted on 10 May.

Going green is a global issue and agents can make a contribution by re-evaluating their attitudes to property visits and accompanied viewings, as Viewber explains.

Expanding: presence first, branch second

Posted on 06 May.

Moving into new areas can prove tricky for agents who aren’t ready to open a branch in unchartered territories - but there are quick ways to gain ground, as Viewber discusses.

The UK property boom looks set to continue

Posted on 30 Apr.

"If there is one thing I have learnt from working in the property market for over 40 years it's that any market prediction worth its salt takes into account the relationship between London and the regions." Ed Mead's latest piece in The Spectator.

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