Calling all agents – Have you been to a Rightmove Seminar yet?

Over the last 4 ½ years the Rightmove seminar team have travelled the length and breadth of Britain (over 25,600 miles to be a little more precise) meeting agents and developers, presenting the latest in home-moving trends in their local area. In that time we have completed over 150 seminars that have been watched by over 9,500 Rightmove member agents.


Each seminar is tailored for the local area and provides industry trends as well as hints and tips on how an agent can make the most out of their Rightmove membership.  We share industry research and insight into what home-movers want from an agent and information on what makes them choose one over another – helpful information to gain the competitive edge over the competition!  The content discussed relates to both sales and lettings agents with many of the hints and tips being interchangeable.


Agents are invited from 8am for refreshments (a bacon roll and a cup of coffee to kick start the morning) with the first session starting at 8.30am.  Commercial Director, Miles Shipside, kicks off proceedings with an some market insight before the content moves onto how agents can influence a home-movers journey including tips on property presentation, brand awareness and maximizing existing leads.  Rightmove staff are on hand during the break to answer any questions before session two focuses on growth areas within the industry as well as the importance of good service to sellers and landlords.


For further information about the Rightmove Seminars please contact your account manager or the seminar team direct on 01908 712 073.




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