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Blog post
June 9, 2022

Maintain trust with homebuyers by keeping them informed

The completion of their home shouldn’t feel like a surprise party to homebuyers. Keeping your customers informed throughout the whole construction process is key to maintaining their trust. Here’s how you can use news posts to build trust with your customers.

Blog post
May 17, 2022

3 ways to manage large scale projects more efficiently with Ziggu

Managing large scale projects is a challenge for every property developer, whether you have a team of 3 or a team of 20, but particularly so for small developers. We’ll explore three ways you can make the most out of your limited time and how Ziggu can help you better manage your new residential projects.

Blog post
May 12, 2022

Taking care of aftercare: how you can go to the next level of customer experience after completion

Taking care of your homebuyers shouldn’t end with the completion of the home. More and more, we see the need for aftercare. Here's how your customer portal plays an important role after your customers move in.

Blog post
May 10, 2022

Are you the middleman between homebuyers and suppliers, too?

As a homebuilder, your team is often the middleman. Going back and forth with construction plans, explaining new changes to customers, clarifying their wishes to the floorer. Let’s be honest: it’s exhausting, and who really has the time to be the middleman, right? 

April 20, 2022

Ebook: Mastering the homebuyer experience

Homebuyers have more expectations than ever. They know what they want. Not just when it comes to their home, but in regards to the customer experience they get between reservation and completion as well.

Blog post
April 14, 2022

From Excel fatigue to a customer portal that sends out automated reminders to homebuyers to meet deadlines

Many homebuilders keep track of their construction projects with the help of Excel Sheets. But these sheets prove to be problematic sooner or later. For example when it comes to deadlines for homebuyers for personalising their home.