Homes database expands

Fri 11 December 2015, 10:35 am

Haslams estate agents has in 2014 and 2015 invested more than 100,000 in improving and expanding its database, which provides details on homes in Reading and the surrounding villages.

The database includes information about the size, price and any “special features” of homes in the area. The company employs two full time research analysts, working from its new office in Reading.

Tim Harding at Haslams, said: “With the new office facility Haslams is now able to host launches of new sites, public consultation meetings and a whole host of initiatives for developers. 

“In addition we are now designing an area of the new office to act as a developer’s showcase, ideal for off-plan sales and also for developers who want a town centre marketing suite. 

“With the latest in audio-visual equipment it is hoped that this area will be open during 2016 and represents a further £150,000 investment into our new head office."

The community space at Haslams has been used for events supporting local causes and networking organisations.  The Reading Rugby Business network, an event during the Rugby World Cup, which saw four international players take paert in a Q&A with an audience of 60 local business leaders.  

Reading Foundation for Art held their 40th anniversary event at the office, which also became a public art exhibition for a week – local people dropped by to view the exhibition of Reading focused art, photography and sculpture.

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