Monthly Archives: April 2013

THINKING OF SELLING? WE CAN OFFER SELLERS ADDITIONAL BUYERS

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A recent property market survey, conducted by estate agency organisation Relocation Agent Network, reports an increase in the number of properties coming onto the market. A staggering 87% of survey respondents have seen the number of sellers entering the market increase by up to a fifth so far this year, when compared to the same period in 2012.

This is great news for prospective home buyers who will be using the upcoming Bank Holidays to house hunt. For those thinking of selling, as a member of Relocation Agent Network, we can offer sellers an additional channel of buyer – one that no other local competitor is able to offer.

How? Relocation Agent Network is a national network of independent estate agents and invites the very best agents to become members. Network members work together to provide a unique referral service to their customers, so if for example, our fellow member in Newcastle is selling a property for a couple moving to East Northants, we can help that couple find their new home. It costs the buyer nothing and saves them time, effort and money in looking for a new home, in an unfamiliar location.

As Relocation Agent Network’s appointed ‘Local Expert’ in Wellingborough & Irthlingborough, we can guide you through the selling process. Our Network membership means that we have access to potential out of town buyers moving into the area, providing an additional avenue for you to sell your home. Visit www.relocation-agent-network.co.uk for more information on what our membership really means.

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We Are Helping To Raise Funds For Neil Burton

front[1]We are helping to raise funds for a friend, Neil Burton, a 32 year old father of three children who in 2009 fell ill with two rare conditions called Transverse Myelitis & Guillain Barre Syndrome which attacked his nervous system.Four years on he is paralysed from the neck down, confined to a wheelchair and still reliant on a ventilator for his breathing.

Neil is severely disabled and requires 24 hour care. Neil has been an inspiration to his family. Despite the pain and the obvious frustrations he has to deal with on a daily basis he has continued to work in his IT job (via speech recognition software) and provide for his family. He has three wonderful small children which he adores. Tragically Neil does not have the use of his arms so can no longer give them a hug and play with them.

We are helping to raise £25,000 so Neil can undergo stem cell treatment which may result in him being able to move again, even if he can move this arms and hands he will be able to cuddle his kids, operate a wheel chair, go outside and do so many things we all take for granted.

http://www.neilsstory.co.uk/

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-northamptonshire-21828073

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