Sign up, follow and friend us
WANT to keep "in the know" with our latest developments, new
incentives and special offers? Then why not register for updates on this
website, follow us on Twitter and friend us on Facebook?
If you register, we can send you regular email updates about the
developments you like while our tweets will give you instant
updates every time we've got something new, interesting and useful
to share with you.
Bromford Homes Sales and Marketing Director Bev Hall urges
would-be homebuyers to sign up now.
"This is an exciting and busy time with 19 new shared ownership
developments being launched and our emails messages and tweets
make it easy for you to keep pace with the latest news," Bev tells
"It could be the launch of a new development in your area, an
open day to explain the benefits of shared ownership, a
fresh incentive like Deposit Match on selected homes or the
latest Property of the Week.
"Our tweets and email updates make it really easy to get a
'heads-up' while you go about your busy lives − especially if, like
so many people these days, you're used to using a smartphone or
other mobile device.
"My message to anyone who might want to buy a great Bromford
home is sign up, follow and friend if you don't want to miss
500 Twitter followers... and counting
Her call to homebuyers across central England comes a few days
after the number of Bromford Homes Twitter followers passed the 500
milestone − and social media use continues to thrive at
"The latest research* tells us that more than a third of people
who used to access content on their PCs have now switched to their
tablets and smartphones − especially when it comes to web browsing
and Facebook," says Bev.
"We've embraced social media as another way of sharing
information with homebuyers and having great conversations with
them. It's just another part of our commitment to delivering the
best possible customer service."
* The Guardian reports that 37% of people who used to
access content on their PCs switched to their tablets and
smartphones. The top two activities that are shifting from PCs to
tablets and smartphones are web browsing and Facebook. Source: NPD
Group. According to Forrester's 2013 Mobile Workforce Adoption
Trends, there is an increase in "anytime, anywhere information
workers" that use three or more devices for work. They now
constitute 29% of the global workforce, up from 23% in 2011.
14 February 2013