Posted by: Property Booking
07 Jul 2017
This time last week we attended our very first @CIH_events annual conference in Manchester. We didn’t really know what to expect, but we were really impressed with the huge amount of sessions that were on offer from fringe informal drop-in formats to the wider formal conference plenary sessions, with so much conference debate to be had.
It was great to see topics and sessions around #sharedownership available at the conference with groups like the @TheNHG_UK present raising the profile of #sharedownership along with their joint charter that has been developed with the @CIHhousing
Therefore, we thought it might be an idea for us to introduce who we are – who are the faces behind @PropertyBookHQ and what do we actually do?
Firstly we are pretty cool!
Secondly - Property Booking is pretty cool too!
So let's start with the faces behind the name:
Owen @owenthomas7– is our superstar MD and has been running a super successful creative and digital agency with offices in London and Manchester
Jimmy @jimmya007 – is the face of @P_Booking and when not seen on the terraces of Manchester City can be seen talking all things #sharedownership to anyone that will listen
Rachel @RShallcross – is the youth of the team who keeps the old guys in check and keeps everything ticking over behind the scenes
Our Property Booking portal is something really special, we are pleased to be bringing something to the sector that is set to transform how anyone looks for a shared ownership home, alongside this we make it easy for any of our provider partners to advertise their homes in a creative and commercial way that will lead to only qualified leads being given.
Therefore the customer actually has a nice, easy journey and feels like they are buying a home, and the provider has their home advertised to a high standard and will only ever receive comms from customers who can proceed?
Sounds amazing, right?
It sure is!
Are you alongside the likes of Moat, Southern, Origin, Hastoe, Torus and Aster and have your properties listed? If not – what are you waiting for?