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...

                                                             

                                                                 

 

Location trend report: The Midlands

Posted on 30 Jul.

Middle England is anything but middle of the road when it comes to property and progress. Viewber takes a look at the prospects in Staffordshire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire.

The Ed Mead Diaries - Don't rule out renting

Posted on 27 Jul.

This time, Ed talks about renting. Everyone’s experience is different, but we want to know more about why Ed went down the road he went down (*hint* he would rather rent than buy) – surprising?

Survey results: property auction awareness needed

Posted on 19 Jul.

In the final results installment, following Viewber’s Attitudes to Property Auctions survey, we tackle the issue of awareness and note that home movers may need more information.

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