An agency has re-opened its head office after a two-year break because of Covid.
Davidsons Estates has kept open a city centre office in Birmingham but has kept its Edgbaston HQ closed throughout the pandemic.
The agency says its reopening is timed to coincide with the launch of a new marketing offer for vendors with much emphasis on PropTech.
The enhanced marketing offer includes a substantial investment in instruction generation tool Spectre, a Giraffe 360 camera designed for property photography, virtual tours, 2D and 3D floor plans, and top web platforms for sales and lettings.
“We haven’t been in the head office for two years since the pandemic started, but have still seen massive growth via our city centre branch. I’ll be personally heading this [Edgbaston] branch and it will be used primarily for mid- to high-end residential sales and lettings, as well being a hub for our new homes department” says founder and director Ben Davidson.
“We’ve carefully timed the reopening to bring the marketplace’s attention to our huge new investments in marketing tools which mean that both sales and lettings clients will be receiving an even better service.
“These new tools will then benefit from the top web platforms we are now using for sales and lettings which mean that transactions are safer, ID is professionally verified, and the processes are streamlined.”
Davidson Estates says it’s more than doubled in size in the last 12 months, with several more staff currently being recruited.