Estate agent of the week: Tem-po.co.uk

Michelle McDonald ' Office Manager David Effer ' Associate Emma Procter ' Associate Tem-po team from left: Nigel Taylor ' Director Annette Jones ' Managing Director Neil Clough ' Non executive sales director Nicki Lucey ' Administrator Lisa Howarth
Michelle McDonald ' Office Manager David Effer ' Associate Emma Procter ' Associate Tem-po team from left: Nigel Taylor ' Director Annette Jones ' Managing Director Neil Clough ' Non executive sales director Nicki Lucey ' Administrator Lisa Howarth
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Online estate agency, tem-po.co.uk, gives homeowners a unique way to market their property through the creation of a bespoke website.

Recognising the increasing number of people who search properties via the internet, tem-po.co.uk’s experienced team offers an extensive knowledge of the local property market and also understands that homeowners are looking to save time, money and use the most effective marketing tools available to sell.

Newest team member, former TV Apprentice finalist, Neil Clough, non-executive sales director, is working closely with the existing team.

Neil will be a valuable asset and offers a new perspective on the current sales approach and development.

Tem-po.co.uk understand that the best person to sell a property is the homeowner, with both their extensive understanding of the area and knowledge of their home’s key selling points.

From as little as £99 plus VAT, customers can access a wide range of marketing tools and create a website to be shared across national portals such as Rightmove and Zoopla, maximising your property’s online search potential.

An easy-to-use online system allows sellers to control their marketing and offers competitively-priced online marketing options to suit all budgets.

Personal support and advice is also available.

Annette Jones, MD of tem-po.co.uk, said: “A homeowner’s preference is quickly shifting from visiting an estate agency to selling and buying online.

“Confidence is returning for homeowners looking to sell.

Increasing buyer demand a a rise in first-time buyers has also created a welcome improvement in the property market.”