Below are the key marketing tools we will use when you instruct Drewery to sell your property. These will be used in conjunction with our More Exposure Promise
The Drewery web site is one of our most successful marketing tools in presenting your property to a wide market place:
Drewery maintain a high profile in the local borough by reaching as many potential purchasers as possible:
We aim to present your property to prospective applicants in the best possible so:
Drewery Property Services has a large database of applicants looking for many types of properties. We contact these applicants about your property in a number of ways:
NAEA estate agents form a national and international network of hundreds of offices which can help in the sale of your home. Details of buyers moving to a new area can be passed to the nearest NAEA member, thus greatly assisting the buyer when relocating and ensuring valuable national exposure for your home when selling.
Our office is strategically located so that we benefit from guaranteed passing trade and viewers to our window display:
Our bright ‘for sale’ boards are recognised in the local area and account for a high percentage of all enquires. We work with you in both the position and location of the ‘for sale’ board and are efficient in updating once an offer has been accepted.
"We were not looking forward to looking for a new flat or the prospect of having to deal with estate agents, but we contacted Drewery about a property in Sidcup and they were very helpful, unfortunately that property had been taken but they called me back a few days later to let me know about another property. We arranged a viewing for the following Saturday and was shown around by David. We liked the property and made an offer to rent the same afternoon. by the Monday afternoon Liz had called back to say the landlady had accepted our offer in principle. The referencing process was very quick and within a week it was all sorted and paper work signed. They made the whole process a lot less stressful then it could have been."