I recently arranged some viewings on a property that was one of those homes that could have attracted the attention of anyone on the planet, or at least seemingly.
And after all, as I was tought when I studied Economics A-level, price is driven by demand. In other words if you mange to maximise the demand for any item, commodity or service, you increase it’s value. The higher the demand , the higher the price.
With this in mind why would it ever make sense to make a commodity or service “exclusive” and frighten away or “exclude” some of the potential buyers. The simple answer is it would never make sense.
And when one is deciding upon which buyer to choose or indeed which supplier to choose, surely an open mind and a decision based upon merit will lead to a win-win situation, both in economic terms and personal satisfaction terms for both consumer and supplier? Surely yes??!!
Apparently not. Even in 2013, exclusivity is still alive and well. Some consumers, suppliers, buyers and sellers base their decisions not upon what would work best for them or their clients but on whose handshake fits or which buyer is on the right committee.
At Elizabeth Davenport, we don’t have any favourites or hold allegancies. We work to achieve the best results for all of our clients by bringing in the widest range of buyers and customers possible. We don’t judge applicants by their handshake or in fact by their weekend habits, or for that matter their creed, colour, sex, poitical views or indeed anything other than their ability to purchase.
We are inclusive, not exclusive and as a result we achieve the best prices and results for all of our clients.