My Twitter


This is my extended twitter bio to tell you a bit more about how and why I tweet. If you’ve come from my twitter page then thanks for wanting to find out more about me.  If you’ve stumbled here by mistake, please read on and hopefully you will decide to follow me.

twitter home pageI tweet about Property, Social Media, Marketing, Estate Agents and business strategy

I tweet links to my new blog posts

I tweet about new and existing clients

Occasionally I tweet random stuff

I retweet other blog posts or news I find interesting or useful and I think others will too (DJ’ing)

I don’t tweet on politics or what I had for breakfast

I’m not mad keen on followfriday – but occasionally I will join in if I’ve made a really good connection

If that sounds like your kind of tweets then I hope you will follow me and if you’d like to make direct contact then please do get in touch –

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  1. thanks for following.we are developing a new website with the intention of making estateagents earn their money.we are developing a database of where people are looking to move to so that agents have a ready made list of potential buyers.hope my tweets may interest you

  2. To add to aiden’s comments re:Estate Agents – if you HAVE to use an estate agent you may want to see what their customers said about them first:

    If you don’t have to use an estate agent then there are alternatives…

  3. Great to connect with you on Twitter! And, after reading your background, your compliment on my Fan Page is very meaningful assuming you see more than your fair share;)

    Have a great day!


    • Thanks Krisstina – great to connect


  4. The need for first-time buyers.
    It appears that the main reason why the existence of sufficient low-cost houses to buy is essential is that quite a large number of sales chains start off with first-time buyers. If few of these buyers can raise the capital needed to purchase, at the prices chalked up for such accommodation, these chains must fail. This, in turn must have a ‘knock-on’ effect on the remaining chain, causing all the other sales to collapse simultaneously.
    On the other hand, if sales can be established in short chains, without involving first-time buyers, these sales shouldn’t be affected. Similarly, sales without chains at all, should be completely unaffected. Does anyone have a ‘take’ on this explanation?

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