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IS IT TIME TO INNOVATE THE LISTING PLATFORM?

IS IT TIME TO INNOVATE THE LISTING PLATFORM? As with everything in life, things change. They progress, develop, pivot and streamline. All in the name of greater efficiency. Industries have an obligation to lead the charge in this respect and the world is now full of companies striving to provide frictionless choice to its consumers. […]

The importance of choosing the right solicitor

The importance of choosing the right solicitor When you agree to sell your home to a prospective purchaser, you must choose a solicitor to handle the legal process on your behalf and this in itself can be a minefield of not only people but information and legal jargon and unless you have sold recently or […]

HOW’S THE MARKET? – August 2019

Welcome to the August edition of ‘How’s the Market?’, the monthly article designed to answer the question I’m most frequently asked. The events of last month have provided a new question and the platform for a blog that many people will want answers to – what effect will the new Prime Minister of the United […]

Portsmouth Landlords; HMO & Student Accommodation

The student accommodation market in Portsmouth has seen tremendous growth over the last 3 years, in line with the growing trend across the country, of large purpose-built student apartments. The student accommodation sector itself has become a real powerhouse within the industry becoming the fastest growing and one of the highest performing asset classes. The […]

How’s the Market? July 2019

Another month passed and another article on various aspects of the Portsmouth property market; welcome to the July edition of ‘How’s the Market?’ I’m becoming more and more reliant on the feedback from each of you, particularly those wanting some questions answered on a particular area – the more suggestions, the easier it is to […]

Tips for renting out your property

I am asked on a regular basis by my landlords, when they feel works are required, what should I do to my property before offering it to the open market and my response has always been along the same lines, are you prepared to absorb a minor upfront costs to create a better long term […]

Switching Estate Agents

Marketing a property can be a frustrating venture. Whether you’ve lived in the same house for decades or you move every couple of years, there’s likely to be a point where the whole process of moving feels out of your control, something that we as a species aren’t fond of. Most people rely heavily on […]

The Calendar of Generic Estate Agents’​ Excuses

Being part of a new company, I am forced to work hard for my property listings; completely understandable as we work and live in a reputation-based society and it’s our job to ensure that clients see how we differ from other companies. This means that a large percentage of the properties I market have already […]

Do your clients instruct YOU or your Company?

If you’ve pressed on this article, like myself, you think you’re the best at what you do. You’re the business winner, the ‘lister’, the person responsible for ensuring that you and your company are the obvious choice in your patch. You know your competition’s strengths, weaknesses and costs; you know your market inside out and […]

A guide for First Time Buyers

The decision has been made to buy your first home. A wide blend of emotions, of which nerves and excitement are likely the most prominent. In most cases, this is the largest financial commitment that you’ll make – borrowing huge sums of money and signing contracts to confirm that you’re happy to pay the debt […]

The Over Valuing Estate Agent

Ask anyone who has ever worked in Estate Agency what the most frustrating elements of the industry are. Aside from the unavoidable – ‘clients not turning up for viewings’, ‘clients who claim to be cash buyers applying for a mortgage’ – outside of these, you won’t be waiting long before their mind begins to focus […]

NEXA vs Standard Estate Agents

You’ve heard it all before. ‘We’re different’, ‘We’re better than our competition’, ‘We offer the best service.’ Invariably, these are nothing more than just sub-standard introduction tag-lines that sound no better than the mediocre service you are likely to receive after instructing them to work on your behalf. This could be within any sector, but […]

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