Category: News

Date posted: January 16, 2020

Author: Sophie Shearn

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Home sold within 23 days*!

We understand that selling your home can sometimes be a long and arduous process; but here at Haslams our selling experience, market knowledge, in-house marketing team and sales progression teams make the whole process as smooth and stress-free as possible.

Back in November, the owners of Little Lane in Upper Bucklebury decided to sign up to our 28 Day Challenge. Having previously been frustrated with their property sitting on the market for 88 days with another agent, they decided to get in touch with Haslams.

From the moment that we were instructed and the selling price agreed, our team set to work. Professional photography of the attractive four bedroom home was commissioned, new floor plans were drawn up and prospective buyers were contacted (predominantly by phone, as we like to talk to buyers!). One of the many advantages of using Haslams is our large town centre presence, including four digital displays and prominent window cards, and the property featured on both.

Our in-house marketing team were also deployed to maximise the exposure of the property. As well as our website, with over 10,000 visitors per month, the house was listed on all the major property portals and posted across social media. Alongside this, emails were sent to our 10,000 strong database and advertising was booked in both print – Berkshire Life Magazine – and online on Muddy Stilettos.

Despite being out of our usual geographical patch, we agreed a sale at over 97% of the asking price within 23 days, much to the delight of the owners.


If you’re thinking about selling your home, please contact our sales team on 0118 960 1000 or email to find out how we can help you move too!

Discover the steps to a successful sale with Haslams here.


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