Selling Your Property:
Marketing

Meet Emma

Emma works in our Marketing Department and has an eye for detail.

Emma is in charge of quality control for all of our property marketing. She selects the best photos from the photoshoots and edits property descriptions to make sure Portico properties stand out from the crowd.

"My job is to make sure that every single property advert we place online or in print looks fabulous. We have quite a few tricks up our sleeve. Our unique Concierge package means that we’re able to make minor repairs, clean, dress and stage the property all before we send in our photographer. That means we get consistently eye-catching photography."

In addition to advertising on the major portals and our own website, Emma also uses our photos to drum up interest on social media.

"Doing such a lot of preparation makes a real difference to the quality of the photography that we achieve. Publishing really attractive photos on social media at the same time as the uploading to the portals, brings in a much higher volume of prospective purchasers than just using one channel in isolation. Our aim is then to convert that increased level of interest to a higher price being achieved."

Have a look at our latest tweets and photos, or give Emma a call on 0207 099 4000 to find out how she could help you achieve the full market potential of your property.

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