Norway’s best prospects place as much weight in the area as in the home.
For the third consecutive year, Boa Eiendomsmegling has won the year’s “Gold Broker” for Norway’s best housing prospect.
– It’s really strange that we, who are such a small player, will win again, says marketing manager and broker Tommy Friestad, at Boa Eiendomsmegling.
– But this is a nice confirmation that we are doing a good job. It’s simply super fun.
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In the category of best housing prospect, real estate broker Irene Henriksen was at Boa Eiendomsmegling, which was named the Gold Master of the Year for Haxthausen Street 6c, Oslo.
The award is the Norges Eiendomsmeglerforbund (NEF).
And high quality and an expression that stand out, two relationship jury drew special attention:
“Firstly, one has found a special lighting for the pictures that differ from other housing images in a way that clears the apartment very well. Secondly, offers from the immediate area are described as sensibly and detailed as the home itself” according to the jury.
The winning prospect, which can be said to be a summary of the effort involved in selling a home, including styling, local knowledge, design and print, is representative of Boa, according to Friestad.
It’s fun that they are doing well, says Christian Dreyer, Head of the Norwegian Property Association (NEF).
– But does this testify that the big players do not put enough emphasis on the prospects?
– No. Housing prospects in Norway look like interior magazines. I’m pretty sure we are far ahead compared to other countries. But Boa has found its own fine form.
Friestad says that they write about the experience and wish to form a best picture to customers of how they will experience their new life if they choose to move there. You can not help add the home to a collection line and do some sort of “copy / paste production.”
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