haart estate agents in Ipswich
haart has been at the forefront of estate agency in the UK since the late 1990s.
From a standing start, it has become one of the country's biggest independent residential sales and lettings specialists, backed by a level of customer service second to none.
Add to that a ground breaking approach to marketing, using traditional methods such as newspaper and magazine advertising, combined with new advances such as weekly electronic mailers, dedicated social media channels and Smartphone applications.
Together, they provide what we believe to be the most complete marketing package available in the area and the reason 8 out of 10 haart customers would recommend haart to their family and friends.
What's more, with a nationwide network of haart branches offering over 20,000 properties, worth in excess of £3bn, at any one time, we believe there is no one more expertly placed than haart to talk about the property market in Ipswich.
Latest branch news
Number of potential house buyers at highest level for five years
The number of people looking to move home is at its highest level for five years according to haart.
New figures from the UK's largest independent estate agent show the number of prospective buyers registering their interest during January was higher than at any time since 2008. Total potential buyer levels last month rose 5.3% on the same time last year to 24,600. They were also up 13% on the same time five years ago. The highest number of potential buyers registered by haart was in January 2007 at the height of the property boom when 37,502 registered with the company during the first four weeks of the month.
Russell Jervis, Managing Director of haart said: "The market showed real signs of life towards the end of 2012 and has picked up where it left off at the start of 2013. Traditionally buyers wait until the spring to register but we have found that both buyers and sellers have accepted house prices aren't going to return to former levels over the short to medium term and have therefore decided not to delay moving any longer."