haart estate agents in Walderslade
Recently refurbished haart of Walderslade has been at the forefront of estate agency in the town.
It has become one of the areas biggest independent residential sales specialists, backed by a level of customer service second to none.
A key factor in the continued success of the branch has been its 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 us 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.
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haart staff help raise over £115,000 for charity in 2012
haart staff have helped to raise over £115,000 for Magic Moments last year.
Staff from across the UK's largest independent estate agent pulled out all the stops in 2012 for Magic Moments, raising an incredible total of £117,347 - the highest figure ever in a single year.
From the Three Peaks Challenge to Tea Parties, haart staff took part in dozens of weird and wonderful activities over the last 12 months as part of their ongoing commitment to the charity.
Launched in 1998, Magic Moments supports the work of a dozen children's hospices throughout the country. To date, it has raised almost £800,000.
Steve Lamb, Chairman of Magic Moments, said: "I can't begin to express my thanks to everyone at haart for the amazing effort they have put into generating such a record breaking amount of money for Magic Moments. From hosting a Bikeathon in the branch to braving sub-zero temperatures to complete the Three Peaks Challenge, the staff at haart have once again risen to the challenge to support the work of the charity."