7 May
2021

Try Webdadi free for 3 months

first_imgWebdadi has announced a vendor/landlord valuation and viewing photo/video walk through uploader, a new CRM product add-on in response to the nation’s lockdown and fulfil the need to be able to carry out viewing and valuation requests.The new uploader enables an agent to send a link to their client to upload photos and videos from their property, to be instantly uploaded from their mobile phone or PC, directly into the estate agent’s Webdadi CRM system, ready to be approved to go live on their website.It’s a new way to conduct virtual valuations and viewings for prospective renters and buyers. Websites have been updated to allow visitors to request virtual viewings and valuations for live or pre-recorded viewings.“This is an extremely rapid development response to our market’s need at this time and fastest product delivery of its kind, bridging CRM and website seamlessly with an end to end tool for estate agents, property hunters, vendors and landlords at this time,” says Oliver Chapple, CEO at Webdadi.The product is available free for three months.vendor/landlord valuation and viewing photo/video walk through uploader CRM product add-on lockdown viewing and valuations Oliver Chapple Webdadi May 14, 2020Jenny van BredaWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021 Home » News » Try Webdadi free for 3 months previous nextProptechTry Webdadi free for 3 monthsThe Negotiator14th May 20200170 Viewslast_img read more

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2 Mar
2021

Live Music Is Scientifically Proven To Help Universally Lower Stress Levels

first_imgA scientific study published in Public Health in 2016 shows clear-cut evidence for the benefit of attending live music events. The groundbreaking test comes in at the biological level, as scientists measured levels of cortisol and cortisone both before and after a concert.Cortisol is a hormone factor, produced under conditions of psychological stress. By measuring saliva samples before and after a specific concert, the entirety of the 117 participants showed major reductions in cortisol levels after the fact.While previous studies had shown similar results, this was the first conducted in a natural concert setting, as opposed to a laboratory. The results showed that cortisol levels were reduced in participants of all ages.“These results are in line with 22 previous studies showing that listening to music in the controlled setting of either a laboratory or a hospital can reduce cortisol levels,” said one researcher in an interview with The Telegraph. “It is of note that none of these biological changes were associated with age, musical experience or familiarity with the music being performed. This suggests there is a universal response to concert attendance among audience members.”The one drawback, however, is that the music selection was limited to classical. Further research would be needed to see if other genres show similar conclusions. Still, as lead researcher Daisy Fancourt said, “This is the first preliminary evidence that attending a cultural event can have an impact on endocrine activity.”So, keep on living for live music!last_img read more

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