Building stronger estate agent teams

With remote working, social distancing and government restrictions all adding to the day-to-day pressures, how do you get your estate agent teams to collaborate?

We’re supporting the UK property industry with our Altogether sessions — a new video series providing insight and advice from leading estate and letting agents, and Alto’s experts.

Is remote working sustainable for estate agents?

In this episode, our panel discusses effective collaboration and what it takes to build stronger teams. Even in these challenging and uncertain times. 

Property expert Lexie Carducci is joined by Luke Simpson, Director at Aston Rowe, and Alto’s Mark Freeman to look at whether there’s a future for long-term remote working in estate agency and lettings.

UK property market estate agent working from home

They also share tried-and-tested tips to make sure it doesn’t impact productivity. 

Share our exclusive findings with your teams

We spoke to a panel of 26 estate agents to get their thoughts and advice on collaboration. You can download our findings and share with your teams today. 

This includes real-life insights on how team dynamics have changed since COVID-19 and what technology they’re using to support new ways of working.

We also look to the future and begin to explore what the post-COVID era will look like for estate agents.

Watch the bitesize video and get access to your exclusive takeaway document here. 

Altogether: Watch the full series  

‘Building Stronger Estate Agent Teams?’ is the second episode in our Altogether sessions series, which provides support and guidance for estate agents in the UK property market.

Click here to register and watch all five videos:  

  • Should I start my own estate agency? 
  • Building stronger estate agent teams
  • The Altogether customer data masterclass
  • What will tomorrow’s customers expect from agents?
  • What’s the future of estate agency?

 

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