On The Move Property Boutique in Hyde has been independently identified as one of the top estate agents in the country and now features in the Best Estate Agent Guide.
The Best Estate Agent Guide is a website that provides an independent reference source for sellers and landlords, who can search for the best sales and lettings agency offices in their areas.
The website is compiled by Property Academy, an organisation that works with agents to improve service standards in the property industry, with the support of the UK’s leading property portal Rightmove.
There are around 15,000 estate agents in the country and On The Move Property Boutique, based in Gee Cross, was among this year’s award winners, confirming them to be one of the very best estate agents in the country.
Over three billion data points were analysed in the search for this year’s top performers – the biggest assessment of any industry. The awards are made for property marketing, customer service and results – which consumers consider to be among the most important criteria when selecting which agent to sell or let their property.
Each office is scored against a unique set of criteria – which are determined following a survey of 30,000 buyers, sellers, landlords and renters.
There follows a whole of market assessment, using a combination of data analysis, mystery shopping and a website review to identify the best agencies in the country.
Peter Knight, founder of the Property Academy, commented: “We set out to provide the home mover with a reliable resource to help identify the best estate agent in each area, whether someone is looking to sell or let a property. Only the best branches make it into the Best Estate Agent Guide and only the very best agencies have been recognised with an award.”
Annabelle Jardine-Jones, Owner of On The Move Property Boutique, said “As a local family-run business we are delighted to be recognised amongst the top five per cent of Estate Agents in the UK. We pride ourselves on our marketing, service and results to help the people in our community start their next chapter."