Hunters has expanded its online offering to improve its service to both the sales and lettings sectors - and it’s even included a family-friendly area including games for the kids and recipes for the grown-ups to try.
Although all of its physical branches are closed in line with government guidelines, Hunters is offering virtual viewings and valuations.
Its staff are also on hand to provide sales, lettings and financial services advice over the phone or online, while customers can benefit from its 24/7 My Hunters portal.
Hunters has also just launched an online activity centre which provides fun games for children, competitions and recipes for the whole family, tips for maintaining health and wellbeing and ways to reduce utility bills.
The company says this represents the latest step in the evolution of Hunters’ digital offering, which has received significant investment over the past two years.
“Our teams across the UK are fully mobilised to work remotely and uphold our outstanding levels of customer service, complemented by a number of new online initiatives to help keep people informed, healthy and entertained” explains the chief executive of Hunters, Glynis Frew.
“We have and will continue to invest heavily in our technological capabilities, allowing us to assist our franchise partners who continue to work hard for their customers, even when the branches are physically closed.
“There are many people still looking for help from financial services queries to key workers looking for temporary relocation or those requiring isolation - and we remain committed to supporting them during this time.”