If you are planning to sell your home, then you will want to work with an agent that actively promotes all its properties online. A property-specific website has identified that using the internet is the first step for 42% of applicants with a total of 92% going online at some stage of the buying process. Of those who look online, 50% of those are using a mobile device.
We have always known the importance of quality photographs to produce clean and crisp images for our property particulars and this is even more important when marketing online. When viewing properties on our website from a desk or laptop computer, the images cover an impressive 75% of the screen. We have also invested in making our website mobile friendly with images and text adjusting automatically to best fit the viewing screen.
On the Waymark website, potential buyers can download full property particulars, view a photographic slideshow, download the EPC (Energy Performance Certificate) and floor plan along with being able to see where on Google Maps the property is. Where this helps in practical terms is that if you are viewing our properties on a mobile device with Google Maps, you are only a couple of clicks away from getting directions straight to the doorstep of the property.
Favourite properties can be added to a shortlist on our website and where you are ready, you can arrange to book a viewing or arrange an appraisal on your own home.
We also have a growing community on our Facebook page where we share useful property tips and release our properties for sale. Also, our blog has published over 50 articles this year covering monthly property price updates and everything from focuses on local villages and how to sell a property in winter.
If you have been to Faringdon recently, you cannot fail to notice our new, highly prominent office located on the corner at number 2 Cornmarket.
So this is why we think you get the best of both worlds by working with Waymark. Our passion, energy, and professionalism can be found both online and on the high street and as we see out 2017, we are confident that 2018 will be just as exciting!
Other General Blog Posts
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- November 2020 Waymark COVID 19 Lockdown Announcement
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- Viewing information for clients
- Important News - The housing market reopens
- Faringdon in all its beauty
- Welcome to the team Louise Polley
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- How technology is helping in these unprecedented times
- COVID-19 Telegraph Article
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- “So, what’s the market like?”
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- Goodbye 2017 and Hello 2018! This Year's Property Predictions
- Online & On the High Street – Waymark is the Best of Both Worlds!
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