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Moving home is my life, passion, and expertise.
There isn't another human in this country that has more experience in what the public go through from the actual start, to the actual finish of this clunky, daft, ill put together process than me.
That's quite a statement - yes, but it's true.
(I'm crap at everything else in life)
Oh, and unlike most of the other ego's hanging round here, I'm not so desperate that you'll find me plugging my company at every opportunity. I shall not mention it unless asked. My intentions are sincere. This process, from the sale board going up, to being safely ensconced in the new home is terrible. Truly, truly awful. I want to help make it better, not self promote.
p.s I also drive racing cars. Moreover despite being devilshly handsome I hate having my face photographed, hence the 'racing' pic.
my expertise in the industry
The temptation is always to write funny stuff, for once I shall be serious;
I started out at 12 years old, delivering furniture (Saturday job). By 14 I knew how to discuss moving dates and was, at times. competent enough to deal with the public discussing bookings, moving dates and home moves (over the phone). By 15 I understood the basics of the process. It is a conservative estimate that I have personally held conversations with @27000 home movers. I have had in depth discussions regarding the sale process, negotiations, technicalities and their experience of the conveyancing and sales/buying process with, more than likely upwards of 17-18,000 of them. My office bookshelves are filled with home moving books, Lawpack books, Psychology, NLP, Paul Ekman through Malcolm Gladwell and much much more (even through Hypnosis..)
I haven't read any of them, but they make me look good and intimidate everyone who sits before me ;-)
I now run a firm that has, at any one time @1000 customers, either for moving or storage. I know all by name and will have held a conversation about moving home with at least 9/10 of them.
I was discussing the publics perceived deficiencies within this system before I even took my GCSE's (most of which I turned up drunk for anyway).