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The Guild of Property Professionals launches Autumn edition of 'Streamed' to Network

The Guild of Property Professionals launches Autumn edition of 'Streamed' to Network

Latest news on Guild services Kris McLean 3rd November 2023

Following the resounding success of its inaugural Streamed event earlier this year, The Guild of Property Professionals is thrilled to announce its second virtual event this Autumn, scheduled for Wednesday, 8th November at 10 am. The Streamed virtual series aims to unite Members of The Guild's extensive network from across the UK to delve into a wide range of topics, including the latest industry trends, innovations, and best practices. These events serve as a valuable platform for agents to connect, gain insights from industry experts, and exchange experiences in this dynamic and ever-evolving sector.


Anthony Codling, an overview of the market

The first of the two speakers, property market analyst and Head of European Housing and Building Materials at Royal Bank of Canada, Anthony Codling will dive into the data and provide an overview of the current market, discussing aspects such as transactional volumes, house prices and various other aspects impacting the sector and housing market moving forward. 


Richard Rawlings on ensuring the correct asking price from day one

In today's competitive market, negotiating a sale price with vendors can present challenges. To address this, The Guild is excited to welcome Richard Rawlings as the featured speaker for this upcoming edition of the Streamed series. Richard is a multi-award-winning specialist estate agency success coach renowned for helping agents discover their points of remarkability and enhance profitability through vibrant training and highly effective estate agency marketing - all grounded in real-world experience.


Richard's session will equip attendees with essential tools, tactics, and persuasion techniques to ensure a smooth agreement on pricing right from the outset. By attending this event, agents can gain invaluable insights to align their goals with their sellers, improving efficiency and results.


Interactive experience: Live Q&A sessions with industry experts

In addition to the keynote presentations, attendees will have the opportunity to engage in live, short Q&A sessions with each of the speakers. This interactive element will allow participants to delve deeper into the strategies and techniques presented, receiving personalised advice and guidance.


Expressing his enthusiasm about the upcoming event, Kris McLean, Managing Director of The Guild of Property Professionals, says, "We are excited to bring these events to our network, providing Guild Members with a further platform to learn, share ideas, and connect with each other. The Guild is consistently looking for ways in which we can add value to the membership, giving our Members more insights, tips, and training that will help them increase revenue and grow market share."


The virtual event series is a complimentary offering exclusively available to Guild Members. To learn more about the benefits of joining The Guild of Property Professionals and to reserve your spot for the upcoming Streamed event, please contact us via email at or visit our website at  


Don't miss this opportunity to enhance your skills, network with industry peers, and stay at the forefront of the real estate sector. Secure your spot for the next Streamed event and take your estate agency career to the next level.


Kris McLean

Kris McLean is Managing Director at The Guild of Property Professionals and has spent his entire career within the property sector, initially as an agent and then as a business owner. Kris joined The Guild in 2014 as a Regional Manager and has risen through the ranks to his current role. His focus is on continuing the high standards that our membership has come to expect while assisting both new and existing Guild members in maximising the opportunities in their marketplace.

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