Business may no longer be conducted in the usual, face-to-face way during lockdown, but deals can still be done, and sales can still be progressed. All that’s needed is a more creative approach.
That’s where video-calling comes in. Meetings with solicitors, surveyors, landlords, buyers, vendors and lenders can still take place through a video call. Some agents are even conducting valuations via WhatsApp or Zoom in order to keep the market moving.
But with so many tools available, how do you decide which is the best one for you and your clients? We’ve taken a look at the most popular video calling tech on the market to look at which work best for agents.
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