Welcome To Our Brand New Website!

Wed 01 Apr 2015

Lovett Sales & Lettings are delighted to announce the launch of their new custom-made website that integrates market-leading technologies and ensures our clients’ properties have maximum exposure and impact to end users in the market.  Following months of development and feedback, the website, developed in association with Homeflow, optimises the end user’s experience across all viewing internet platforms, removing the requirement to download separate mobile/tablet apps.

By working with agency website specialists Homeflow, it gives the site charm and character, but it’s also ultra-responsive, adapting with that same versatility, to phone, phablet, tablet, and desktop. Whilst clean, modern, and friendly, it’s also a site which gobbles up content, chunks it nicely, and guides users through the articles in a lovely structured way. The format of the website has been built with new functionality such as:

Infinite Scroll - no more sticky sidebar on your results searches! 

Draw-a-Map Search - an integrated mapping tool that allows you to choose your search area by drawing on a map, freehand

Area Guides - offering additional information about the locality – great for potential buyers, new to the neighbourhood

New Client and Applicant information portals - which aid in channelling communication / information whilst speeding up the support we can offer.

“We’re very excited to launch our new website, which we have been working hard on for a number of months now. We have brought to market a service offering that is delivered in-line with the firm's key aim of being customer focused.

The key objective of the website was not to overload the end user but to effectively market our clients’ properties and deliver a high-quality experience for all Stakeholders. Our current clients and new customer base can be safe in the knowledge that they are using a website that offers many features not on our competitors’ websites and that the unique key business practices offered by Lovett Sales & Lettings are meeting and surpassing their requirements.”

Tim Lovett, Business Development Director, Lovett Sales & Lettings

"From the professional photos to the use of a dashboard the entire service offered by Lovett Sales & Lettings was exceptional. We used them several times over the years as they sold several properties for us and we also used them for managing our letting and we also received a friendly, competent and professional service. Thank you Tim, David & team."
Mr & Mrs Danks

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