SearchFlow expands sales team following launch of new website

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3 August 2012


Following the successful launch of its new website, SearchFlow, the market-leading property search business, has expanded its sales team. This is in response to excellent feedback from the market to the new website features and the improvements it brings to speed and efficiency when ordering property searches.

Stuart Pearce, chief executive at SearchFlow, said: “We’re having to expand our sales effort substantially to cope with the increased number of enquiries we’ve seen following the launch of the new website.

“But this is not simply a case of SearchFlow flexing some marketing muscle in the wake of business growth – this should also serve to demonstrate just how serious we are about pushing the company forward. We remain committed to ensuring best practice in the property transaction industry and these new hires signal our commitment to providing the best possible service to our customers.

“Following the recent enhancements to the website, SearchFlow has strengthened its position as the leading one-stop shop for legal professionals in the residential and commercial property markets, and I am confident the new hires will help us achieve our growth targets.”

The new appointments bring with them a wealth of experience and knowledge of the property industry.

Jennifer Searle joins as an account executive serving the south-west. Ms Searle has over 11 years of sales experience having spent the last three years in the property portal industry. Tracey Lodge, will work as an account executive for the south-east region. She has been working in the property sector for the past eight years and has previously worked for HomeLet, and Rightmove.

Sonia Kaye has been appointed as the account executive for the central region. She has spent the last five years working for a number of leading online property portals, including Rightmove, Zoopla and Find a Property.

The three regional account executives are joined by Jon Marsh, who will work as an account executive on the commercial property side of the business.

 



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