Sales activities move online as agents work from home
As safety concerns over Covid-19 see more people working remotely, online sales solutions such as Offr are likely to benefit
Estate agents look set to move more of their sales activities online following the coronavirus outbreak. Platform provider Offr, a relatively new business, reports an increase in the level of enquiries from agents as a result of the crisis.
Offr founder Robert Hoban reported that recent days have also seen increased interest from commercial agents.
“Over the past two weeks we have seen an increase of 100 per cent in the number of new agent...
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