Property Perspective, your outsourced in-house team

Our specialist new home sales team has many years of experience working with a wide variety of local, regional and national developers, giving us a unique, in-depth understanding of the property market.
We have the staff and services to support you at every stage of development, from initial land feasibility reports to selling those last few units.
We have made a number of short information videos available to view
that highlight how we work with you to achieve a sale

The benefits we can offer you to achieve a sale

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Accurate Valuations by our
Independent New Homes Team

Property Perspective combines years of experience with the latest market intelligence to produce a realistic, achievable valuation that will get the best possible price for every property in the shortest possible time.

From ensuring our appraisal is complete and comprehensive in one visit, to arranging an Energy Performance Assessment, we’ll take care of everything promptly and professionally.

Dedicated Account Manager

From instruction to completion the sale is looked after by just one account manager with help from their assistant. This means the client will not be passed from marketing team to sales negotiator team to sales progression team.

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Tailored Marketing Plan

The client is given a personalised marketing plan which is designed to maximise the interest through the best of both online marketing and ‘traditional’ high street estate agency. The scheme is given structure and keeps the customer motivated.

Further benefits...

  • Understanding of what developers need to achieve a sale
  • Close working relationship with the Housebuilders panel solicitors and IFA
  • Specialised in Agency Assist or Part Exchange
  • 39 days to agree a sale (on average)
  • Local agent controlled and chased
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