Monday June 1, 2020

Adjusting to a changed industry

Property firms such as QRE are dealing with the coronavirus lockdown by trying to maintain some normality in their day-to-day business

10th May, 2020
Property firms are still adapting to lockdown life, using methods such as videoconferencing

We are now in week seven of our enforced confinement arrangements, and I will admit that I am now starting to get cabin fever. That said, we at QRE are trying to maintain some normality to our business lives and we continue to run the business as if we were in the office, in as much as we can.

We communicate daily by phone and email. We maintain our weekly surveyors meeting every Wednesday, where...

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