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Proud to Sponsor Welwyn Rugby Club for a Second Year!

We’ve renewed our sponsorship of the Welwyn Rugby Club this year. A brilliant club and one I’m proud to be a member of and support!

 

For more information please look at the club web site:

 

http://www.pitchero.com/clubs/welwynrfc RugbyEgg-natural

Welwyn Rugby Club

The end of an era and start of a new one

I am handing over the keys today on Breach House in Little Berkhamstead that Mum and Dad bought in way back in
March 1973. Wishing the Moore family as much laughter and happiness in the next 42 years that we had in the last 42!

http://www.bigblackhen.com/…/little-berkhamsted-6-bedrooms…/

Delivering proper customer service a problem for the DIY estate agents

I came across this customer review on the Purple Bricks Face Book page, made on the 19th of November. It looks like they can talk the talk but are finding it trickier to walk the walk:

“Myself, sister and 6 year old son visited a house at 6pm prompt. The vendor did not turn up and purple bricks told me they were in contact with him and they would call me back, they didn’t. It’s no surprise the house hasn’t been sold with this kind of attitude from both the vendor and purple bricks, I will be posting this review on social media. We were cash buyers as well, shame.”

Of course, house seller is looking to reduce the cost of selling their homes, but not at the expense of proper attentive customer service. You simply cannot deliver that plus high-quality marketing of a fixed fee of £795 plus VAT. We know…

Would you like to come to Hertforshire’s biggest Weddings Networking Breakfast?

It is now just one week from the WEDDING NETWORKING BREAKFAST that we are holding at Wodson Park Leisure Centre on Thursday the 26th November – and we already have 15-20 confirmed visitors from all walks of the weddings industry. So if you know a weddings florist, event organiser, chauffeur, caterer, hairdresser or beautician then ask them to get in touch to join Hertfordshire’s Premier Weddings Networking event of 2015!

The national DIY web sites are not the answer to most house sellers’ dreams.

The internet is radically changing the way that consumers search for and buy property in the UK and so we shouldn’t be too surprised that it is also beginning to have a radical impact on the way property is sold too. The most obvious sign of this is the every growing list of national property web sites launching on your TV screens offering a stripped back version of what the traditional High Street has to offer. In essence the pitch is the same, that they do “everything” that a more traditional agent does, only for a fraction of the price. There are two problems with this, the first of which is that they charge an up-front fee so have no incentive to actually sell the house. The second is that despite what they claim, after advertising your home and calling to book a viewing, they leave much of the…