20 new members for Guild but no news on vacant territories

More than 20 independent estate agents were invited to join The Guild between January and March this year as agent group goes for growth.

goodfellows the Guild

The year has got off to a great start for The Guild, which has welcomed more than 20 new members after hand-picking them from the available territories.

Although promoting the number of vacant territories is not a strategy for the organisation, the network only allows one agent in each town to join, meaning their members now cover an additional 20 locations, at least.

As claimed by The Guild, being chosen for membership is a sign of professional excellence that agents can use to differentiate themselves from their competitors in the local market.

Sarah Pine, Sales Manager at Goodfellows Estate Agents (main image), which is one of the new members, agrees: “We joined the network because we were looking for a way to further differentiate ourselves from other agents operating in the area and build connections with other agents across the UK. The team are very excited about utilising the tools available from The Guild to enhance our digital marketing and online presence.”

Reputable referrals

Sarah adds: “The Guild offers us the ability to service our clients who are moving out of the area and it is comforting to know that the agent that we recommend will provide a service similar to ourselves and thereby protect our valuable relationship.”

As well as being an instruction-winning tool and supporting clients on their buying and selling journey, The Guild Automated Referral System, powered by nurtur.tech, offers Members the opportunity to automate the referral process.

Matthew Limb, Limb Estate Agents
Matthew Limb, Limb Estate Agents

Matthew Limb from Limb Estate Agents, who joined The Guild earlier this year, claims they have already generated some valuable leads with the system and remarked that the support from The Guild team has been fantastic.

“It is early days but we are certainly excited with the progress we have made in such a short period of time and look forward to using every tool in the Guild’s extensive toolbox. We already feel very pleased to be Guild Members,” he adds.

Other new members include two in Northern Island, Smyth Leslie and Bill McCann, and Property Matters in Scotland.

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