This week we’re looking at sales progression. In a survey we are currently undertaking on the topic, so far only 7% of agents outsource this to specialists, 51% of agents have dedicated in-house progressors and 41% leave it with negotiators to handle. Something that is so far unanimous though is that the conveyancing process takes far too long.
Why we’re particularly interested in this right now is because there is a growing number of suppliers operating in this space highlighting the time savings and increased revenue streams they can provide. As lockdown starts to ease, many agents will be running with skeleton teams. Could outsourcing sales progression to specialists help you push through the deals in your pipeline faster whilst the staff you do have on the ground focus on building a new pipeline?
This Wednesday ASAP (Assured Sales and Progression) will be joining us on a webinar to talk us through their no sale no fee model and how it saves time and generates income for agents. Tune in to this webinar to compare their average conversion rates, completion times, and referrals to your own and to find out how this white-labeled service works.
Who – Richard Megson
Date – Wednesday 6th May 2020
Time – 2pm
Duration – 30mins
Managing Director of ASAP Richard Megson commented “Our job is to make estate agent's lives easier and let them focus on what they do best - selling houses. By outsourcing sales progression to our expert team, we can turn fixed staff costs into income generation and take advantage of our added value service. With the legal expertise in our business and our proactive approach we can help reduce transaction times by up to 7 weeks, meaning earlier payment for the agent, a significant reduction in fall through rates and happy clients.”
50% off sales progression for the first 3 months
Please let us know what you think of the current sales progression process by completing our short kerfuffle poll. Your feedback is anonymous and, once the poll has been completed, we will share the results of the white paper with you. Thank you for your help, we're extremely grateful.