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The New Way to Market Your Property



As a truly forward thinking and independent estate agency, David Clark is proud to be the only agent in the area with an innovative online TV channel: www.clarkhomes.tv.
This tool is at the forefront of our service and is the latest and most cutting edge product in property marketing. David Clark TV shows our dedication and commitment to providing the best possible level of customer service. 

This revolutionary marketing tool showcases all of our properties with a high quality virtual tour, and is a method of marketing proven to be 48% more effective than traditional techniques. 
What’s more, you will be able to view these
virtual tours wherever you are and whenever
you want, as they are accessible from a variety of devices, such as smartphones, tablets and laptops. This means that not only will you be able to search for property on the go, but if you are selling your property, you know it will be receiving maximum exposure and coverage. 

“48% more effective than traditional techniques”


Our online presence is reinforced by our own website, as well as our Facebook and Twitter pages, while you will be able to share virtual tours across a range of social media platforms. 

On top of our social media presence and our online TV channel, we also give our properties coverage across the major property portals, such as Rightmove and Guildproperty. 
Ensuring that we fully maximise the exposure of our properties, we also provide regular local advertising and national newspaper features through our dedicated PR company who have contacts within The Times and The Telegraph. 

We employ a number of methods to ensure there is no shortage of interest in your property. Our instant email marketing goes out to our client database, who will become aware that your property is on the market. For further exposure, our Fine Homes brand can enhance your marketing, while our centrally located office is easily visible and found.

Thanks to our membership of the Movewithus network and the Guild of Professional Estate Agents, we can guarantee interest in our properties from over 1000 offices around the country, including a presence in London’s Park Lane thanks to the Guild. 

We make no overblown claims about our market share, sales figures or how 
aggressively we market homes, but more than 50% of our business comes from personal recommendation, showing our continued commitment to provide the best possible property service. 

Visit www.clarkhomes.tv to find out why David Clark TV is changing the way people search for property.

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