Saturday/Sunday support, be open all weekend

Posted on 26 Jun

Would it help if you could book a reliable local person for the whole/part day to do your multiple viewings on a Saturday or Sunday, all at the click of a mouse. They would simply turn up that morning, pick up keys and an itinerary and return the keys at the end of the day.

Not being able to do that was part of the reason Viewber came into existence.

There seems to be a rather lackadaisical impression given out there that people don’t want to look at properties on a Sunday but I’m not quite sure why. Many have to work a six-day week so Sunday is the only day and for any working couple or family where they can both/all see the place in daylight. Secondly when an agent employs someone one of the very first things they’ll try and do, especially if they really want them, is to tell them they won’t have to work weekends.  We all have stories about, and if honest know, how notoriously difficult it is to see properties at weekends, and at D&G we used to easily fill two/three Saturday diaries midweek.

Given the above, it’s no surprise that many buyers and tenants have given up trying to see things on a Sunday. But this will change – much of what we buy can be bought on a Sunday and imagine, as an agent, what goodwill could be generated, let alone instructions won, off the back of advertising that you are open for viewings on a Sunday, let alone Saturday?

We think by making such a service available you can legitimately advertise that you’re open for viewings, and given Viewber’s insistence on quality and a guaranteed viewing you can do so with confidence.

Register here, with no obligation, and have a look at the rates – then try it and see what you think.

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