Streamlining & Diversifying in 2023

News at Musker McIntyre | 13/01/2023

Musker McIntyre Estate Agents and Financial Services, a leading name for the past two decades in Residential Sales and Lettings throughout Norfolk and Suffolk are streamlining and diversifying their business for 2023 adding an exciting new element to the business in the form of Property Auctions whilst looking to reduce their carbon footprint and free up some Town Centre space to allow for a wider range of business opportunities in certain already 'Estate Agency' crowded locations.

Whilst expanding the business model with the addition of the Auctions Department to our Residential Estate Agency and Financial Services business, we have also made the decision to reduce the high street office spaces we occupy. ''As a forward-thinking company in an ever changing industry the decision to reduce offices comes in part from the pandemic period of lockdown which made us realise we can and need to change and adapt to the new ways of working'' said Simon McIntyre. ''Whilst working through the pandemic our expert teams proved how adaptable they were by how smoothly the business continued to run. We have a fantastic strong, professional, and friendly team who will all remain and bringing them under the same roof will only benefit our operation and the service levels for our clients and customers.'' Simon added.

He said the days of having “an estate agent office on every street corner were gone” and it didn’t make business sense to have staff manning multiple offices which were geographically so close to each other. ''We are also keen to lower our Carbon footprint and allow the otherwise (Estate Agent) crowded high streets to flourish'' ‘’The vast majority of our business is done over the telephone and e-mail but we of course understand certain clients' needs require an office space to visit so whilst we will be closing both or Norwich and Beccles branches, the staff will operate from the neighbouring Bungay, Halesworth and Loddon Offices and as always will be available to visit clients in their homes if a trip into the nearest branch is not possible.’’

“Having a lot of offices is an old-fashioned model which worked for us 16 years ago and we at Musker McIntyre are trying to adapt to what people want which is a faster, more agile business and where we go to them rather than waiting for them to come to us.” Mr McIntyre said some of the changes would have happened without coronavirus, but that lockdown had shown them how convenient working with some new technology and streamlining the business in order to give our clients a faster, more slick service.

‘’We are pleased to announce that our premises in Beccles have already been snapped up by a well-known independent bakery chain who have long desired a high street position in Beccles, our site in New Market is the ideal space and we take pleasure in wishing Two Magpies bakery every success’’ said Simon & Joanna McIntyre

We will be running our Estate Agency from the five larger hubs in Bungay, Halesworth, Harleston, Loddon, and Diss, where we have teams covering Sales, Lettings, and Management and a new string to our bow...Auctions that cover the whole of East Anglia, under the banner of Town & Country Property Auctions.

If you are considering a move in 2023 or would like to know more about the changes we are making this year please contact us 01986 888160,
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