Pygott & Crone Shortlisted for ‘Best in Region’ Award
We are thrilled to announce that we have been shortlisted for the 2019 Best Agent East Midlands Region Award by Relocation Agent Network, a national network of selected estate agents.
The winner will be announced at a black-tie evening Awards Dinner held at the Park Plaza Riverbank Hotel, London on Friday 22 November. The Awards Dinner, hosted by the well-known national television broadcaster, Huw Edwards, will close Relocation Agent Network’s annual National Conference and Exhibition.
The 2019 Best Agent East Midlands Region Award is an annual prize that gives the winner the opportunity to be crowned the Network’s ‘Best Agent in the East Midlands Region’. It is awarded to the agent who consistently demonstrates the Relocation Agent Network principles, including quality customer service, support for fellow members and professionalism.
Director Paul Wood said, “We are delighted to be shortlisted in Relocation Agent Network’s Best Agent Regional Award category. The nomination is testament to our commitment to the Network principles, particularly delivering the very best service to our customers. Our success has been a team effort over the last year and I’m extremely proud of everyone at Pygott & Crone.”
Richard Tucker, Relocation Agent Network’s Managing Director commented, “Our Best Agent Regional Awards recognise those agents that demonstrate truly exceptional customer service and support for other members. Many congratulations to Pygott & Crone for their well- deserved nomination.”
Help us make a difference to those in need this Christmas
Donations for our local food banks are being gratefully received at your local Pygott & Crone branch
Is home staging worth it?
Home staging is a specialised skill which involves creating the perfect atmosphere in your home using furniture and accessories, plants and lighting, to garner buyer interest for your property and sell it faster, for the best price.
Winterproof your home with these tips
As autumn leaves us and dark evenings approach, now is the best time to start preparing your home for the cold months ahead.
One in three properties receive an offer one hour after viewing
The housing market once again exceeds expectations after a poor reception from the chancellor’s mini-budget and regular talk of a possible slowdown, as current research suggests that in 2022, almost a third (31%) of properties are now receiving offers within an hour, compared to a mere 7% in 2018.