Estate agents ‘unique’ advert to sell home with catchy song goes viral

Leighton Buzzard property advertised with a song

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A home has been advertised with a unique approach as an estate agent decided to add a “musical touch” to the listing. The five-bedroom home in Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, is on the market for £700,000. At first glance, it looks like your average listing on Rightmove. 

But the video tour offers a unique approach at showing potential buyers around the home as estate agent Claire Cossey creates a catchy song to go alongside it.

The home, called The Laurels, comes with five reception rooms and five bedrooms, and even has a dog grooming business attached to the property.

Claire has created a song to advertise the home, with it being personalised to each room in the house as she shows potential buyers around the home.

Claire runs the estate agents – Just-knock Estate – with her partner Tony Bailey.

She said the pair love to add a “musical touch” to listings to grab buyer’s attention while giving an insight into some of the details of the property.

Claire said: “We have a local reputation of really looking after people from the first call, text or email, right the way through to finding your dream home and getting you set up.

“You will never be just a number to us. We offer completely free advice and support.

“We also offer a very unique way to sell your property. As social media takes over the world, so does the ability to sell in many different ways other than Rightmove.

“By using our ‘musical’ touch, we get you seen on more platforms as well as having a little fun along the way.”

The couple offer valuations and said they want to help people “in the nice way”.

The impressive home comes complete with a hot tub, walk-in wardrobes, and three bathrooms.

But despite the musical element to the listing, it appears it has struggled to sell the home with the property recently being reduced.

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