Baker Estates

Business as usual for Baker Estates boosted by ‘virtual’ online reservations

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Business as usual for Baker Estates boosted by ‘virtual’ online reservations

Local housebuilder Baker Estates is reporting ‘business as usual’ having recorded three reservations, two land deals, nine exchanges and two buyer completions over the last few weeks.


The Baker Estates’ head office and marketing suites may be closed but the company is still open for business and continues to support its customers through this difficult time.


“All things considered it’s been a positive few weeks,” said Ian Baker, managing director of Baker Estates.


Ian added: “We are pleased with the exchanges and completions which we have achieved despite these challenging times where working plans have been affected.


“Where we can, we are treating it as business as usual, albeit with a significantly different way of working. We have a very passionate and committed team at Baker Estates and it’s testimony to their continued hard work that we are able to give customers the service they expect.”


Annie Williams, head of sales at Baker Estates commented: “We have a comprehensive website and a lot of work has gone into giving potential buyers all the information they are looking for including prices, plot availability, video, images, and 360 degree virtual tours.


“Our customer who reserved during the lockdown at our Meadowbrook, Callington development in Cornwall were very complimentary about our website and the support provided by our sales team on the phone, through photography, video and on-line.”


The company has also reported no cancellations during the period, testimony to the Baker Estates’ brand and quality according to Annie.


She added: “It shows our buyers are committed and really want to move because they have fallen in love with their new home.


“We are hopeful of more reservations. The feedback from customers is very encouraging and we anticipate we will be able to arrange appointments on our developments in the following weeks.”