Covid-19 bites hard into our way of life, Adenbrook Homes are using technology to provide access to customers in a market in which the home has never been more important.
National Sales and Marketing Manager Christie Turner said to adjust to the changing marketplace, Adenbrook facilitates more online interactions with clients in the form of virtual tours and online videos.
‘Our displays were only able to be viewed by appointment for a period during the pandemic which meant our sales teams had to work harder to serve our clients, but aside from all that our business has tracked well and our sales volume has remained steady in comparison to the same time last year,’ Ms Turner said.
‘We have also seen that the Government’s new HomeBuilder Scheme has stimulated interest in the market across all regions, to the point that registered land is now limited.’
Adenbrook Homes was established in 2001 and their work spans across South East Queensland, from Brisbane to Gold Coast down to Northern Rivers and Tweed, into Coffs Harbour and Port Macquarie and down to Sydney, Hawkesbury and Blue Mountains and south to Wollongong.
‘Because we offer a personalised service from a local builder our customers have confidence they are not alone in their new home journey and they get the peace of mind that they are not only working with a local builder, but a builder is backed by a big brand,’ Ms Turner said.
‘Our customers benefit from our national big brand buying power, our relationships with the most trusted and reputable suppliers across Australia while also having direct communication with a local builder with a great reputation.’
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