Cadman Homes have key to success

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SINCE it opened its doors three years ago, Cadman Homes has consistently disproved the saying ‘you get what you pay for’ by keeping value for money at the heart of the business.

Cadman Homes, in Church Street, launched in early 2008 just as the country started facing tough economic times.

“We decided to offer a competitive, well priced offering that people would recommend to others, without a hefty price attached,” said Adam McHenry, sales manager.

“As members of the property ombudsman scheme (which regulates estate agents with a tough code of conduct backed by the OFT) we were audited in April and asked to survey our last ten transactions to measure our ethics, customer satisfaction and the quality of our service.”

The company achieved a 100 per cent recommendation rating and 9.7/10 as an overall score, of which they are proud.

However, Adam has voluntarily decided to continue surveying all transactions that take place.

He added: “We want to make sure that we are on the ball at all times.

“We also want to keep improving the service that we offer, but keep value for money at the heart of our business ethos”.

Cadman Homes have already increased their score to 9.8/10 in the last three months whilst keeping a 100 per cent recommendation rating.

Adam said: “It’s easy to see why; with a 24-hour phone line, professionally printed brochures, 3D floor plans, a high street office and accompanied viewings and feedback seven days a week from 8 to late, all for just 1 per cent plus VAT for sole agency, we do offer great marketing, communication and most of all value for money to house sellers in Rugby.”

For more information, call (01788) 560905, email or pop into their office at 35 Church Street, Rugby, next to the Gas Street car park.