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To let board or not to let board?

David Boyd Mar 2, 2010, 15:32 PM

Alaine Bradbury, Estates Manager, PAD4U Letting Agents Manchester writes:

All Estate & Letting Agents in Hastings have been banned from having sea front boards by Hastings council, but locals on the whole support agents views.

Today on Radio Sussex's Breakfast show presenter Neil Pringle highlighted to listeners the fact that Hastings council are banning estate agents boards. The first person to call commented that twice his homes had sold through leads generated by his agents having boards up!

In fact its reported that listeners were more pro agents having the right tools to serve them and supported the view of the agents.

It is understood that boards still play an important role finding around 1 in 6 of agents buyers and tenants in the Hastings area.

We at PAD4U continually monitor where are tenants are found so that we concentrate on advertising in the right areas, boards, internet, passing foot fall and visits to our office, shop cards and door to door leaflets are but a few ways that we advertise our to let homes.

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