Sales progression: A Practical Toolkit

Minimise fall through rates and learn how to spend your time progressing a sale more efficiently by implementing best practice sales progression techniques.

Get practical advice to help you resolve common sales challenges such as client expectations and how to pre-empt key issues during the mortgage, conveyancing and surveying processes. The aim of this course is to ultimately help ensure buyers and sellers become advocates for your business. 

Course dates

Start: 25 Jul 2024 - 9:30
End: 25 Jul 2024 - 15:30
Sales Progression: A Practical Toolkit for Estate Agents - Virtual Classroom

Non-Member Cost: £205 (+VAT)
Member Cost: £150 (+VAT)

Start: 15 Oct 2024 - 9:30
End: 15 Oct 2024 - 15:30
Sales Progression: A Practical Toolkit for Estate Agents - Virtual Classroom

Member Cost: £150 (+VAT)
Non-Member Cost: £205 (+VAT)

Great course about Sales Progression, as a beginner it was really helpful and I got some really useful tips. The course was interactive and fun which made it easier to speak up and have an input. Will be keeping an eye out on more Propertymark courses in the future.

Lucie Markgraf

Awesome. Outstanding. Powerful blend of knowledge and experience. Thank you for helping my small business.

Carl Campion-Evans

Thank you so much David! The best course I have been to with Propertymark. Very engaging.

Katie Martin

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