The Land & New Homes Network has announced a part exchange and assisted move collaboration with Relocation Agent Network in a bid to woo interest from new-build developers.
The Land & New Homes Network is a membership organisation set up in 2016 to provide leads, training, support and connections for non-competing independent agents.
The new part exchange scheme will link leading independent agents and enable them to market part exchange properties from any region – a move that the network says will allow developers a choice from national corporate agents.
Kevin Ellis, founder of the Land & New Homes Network says: “Until now, house builders had been forced to stick with the national chains to handle their PX properties, but we offer a credible, effective alternative.
“We are delighted to be working with Relocation Agent Network, this is yet another demonstration of our commitment to offering a cohesive service to the UK’s leading house builders and is part of our developer solutions offering, which also includes part exchange, assisted move and shared ownership sales.”
He continues: “Our members are given extensive training and know the land and new homes market inside-out. House builders can be assured that they are working with agents who get the job done and will respect the various service level agreements and KPIs that are often necessary.”
Meanwhile Richard Tucker, Relocation Agent Network managing director, adds: “Having been established since 1994, many house builders will already be familiar with our members and will know the extent of our reach, awareness and performance – our members sell a property every three minutes across approaching 600 member offices. Plus, we have the backing of Cartus, the world's premier relocation company.”