Wallingford, CT - Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New England and Westchester Properties unveiled today a brand new powerful and dynamic website. The website introduces a more user-friendly platform that will enhance how consumers search for properties and market data. In addition to the new public-facing website, the company rolled out a completely revamped intranet that connects all of their existing technologies, added to their suite of market reports and announced a partnership with Spacio, an open house app that will allow for digital sign-in at open houses to more easily track activity and follow up with consumers.
“Connecting our technologies in one place for our agents is a priority for our company,” said Candace Adams, President and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New England and Westchester Properties. “In addition, partnering with technology companies like Spacio make for a more seamless experience for our clients and agents.”
Nearly 60% of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New England and Westchester Properties website traffic streams from consumers visiting from their phones and tablets. Understanding these visitor patterns, the new website offers optimal viewing on all mobile and tablet devices, and focuses on what consumers are looking for: properties, market data, drive times, school districts and finding an agent. All agents have unique websites that include star ratings and testimonials from prior clients about their experiences.
“In today’s extremely competitive market, sellers and buyers should work with a company and an agent that can provide the highest level of service and real-time market data,” said Adams, “We are passionate about what we do and are committed to providing an online experience that is effective, efficient and enjoyable. Our new website provides this for the consumer.”
To view the new, refreshed Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New England and Westchester Properties websites, please visit bhhsNEproperties.com or bhhsWestchester.com.
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