Why not recommend Viewber and get a referral fee?

Posted on 30 Jan

As the Viewber service has grown, so have the number of recommendations coming to us. Always a good sign of course and the old adage that a recommendation is ten times more likely to convert than a cold lead rings true.

What isn’t so obvious sometimes is that recommending us to busy estate and letting agents, as well as property managers, can mean a regular and consistent referral fee. Given we have done over 50,000 viewings and are growing fast it doesn’t take much to realise that earning a few quid every time your referral books a viewing or inspection could build into a useful income. There’s a very good reason lettings agents have accrued such value – it’s about consistency.

Given Viewber tech, seeing the income flowing to the referrer is easy too, as they are given a unique url and can be paid away automatically, at an interval that suits them.

So, if you have access to people who may benefit from a huge national network of reliable and trained viewing and inspection staff, then please get in touch. Equally you may be working for an agency and can see a need. Many companies have existing platforms that agents or investor/landlords use – CRM or centralised vetted service offerings - and now that Viewber has become an accepted part of the agency landscape, such an addition would add a real benefit to them helping them retain their agents or private landlords and investors.

Either way we are happy to recognise serious introductions and know, given how we’ve helped hundreds of agents and investor landlords to date, that this will be a win/win for whoever makes the intro...

Get in touch – hello@viewber.co.uk

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