Full suite of quality marketing material helps us to sell properties off-plan
Quality marketing that gets results
We provide a full suite of quality marketing material
When Preston Baker New Homes markets a development, we provide a full suite of quality marketing material to promote it.
This includes virtual tours, computer-generated imagery of the gardens and interiors, videos and drone footage.
“Our aim is to show what the new homes will look like once completed, and this helps us to sell properties off-plan,” said Preston Baker New Homes Sales Manager Sophie Garlick.
An example of this is the exciting new Breck View development of homes in the quaint village of Mattersey Thorpe. This is proving a very popular development and homes are selling off-plan through Preston Baker.
As building work completes on a luxury two-double-bedroom property at Breck View, we have prepared a comprehensive suite of marketing material for it. This includes:
Preston Baker New Homes creates virtual tours for the new homes we market. View a virtual tour of the luxury two-double-bedroom property at Breck View here:
Delighted to be sales agent for Breck View
Preston Baker New Homes is delighted to be the chosen sales agent for Breck View, a new development from Emerald Developments, an independently owned property development company specialising in the construction of high quality, bespoke, individually-designed homes.
The two-bedroom property that is now ready is The Bluebells which offers two double bedrooms both with ensuite bathrooms and built-in wardrobes! It’s available as either a semi-detached or terraced property.
Are you a developer with a site to market?
If you are a developer with a site of new homes to market, please contact Preston Baker New Homes now. Call us on 0113 487 8787, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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