Highland Solicitors Property Centre
(HSPC) has completed the refurbishment of its property centre in Queensgate, Inverness.
The refurbished centre replaces the previous system of wall cards with computer terminals. This enables visitors to browse and search all of the 1,360 properties currently on the HSPC register and view their details on one of the many large computer screens.
Commenting on the new-look centre, Sarah Woodcock, HSPC manager, said:
“The new centre will make it quicker and easier for users to find properties that interest them. Rather than walking round the centre looking at wall cards, visitors can take a seat and call up properties of interest.
“We are confident that most of our visitors will love the new system, but we shall still have folders of all the properties if people prefer not to use the terminals. Either way, our staff will be on hand at all times to help.”
Using the computer terminals, visitors can print out brochures and particulars, free of charge, to take home.
“We have been delighted with the comments from the early visitors to the centre,” Sarah Woodcock continues. “Everyone has been very pleased with how easy the new system is to operate and complimentary about the bright and welcoming new look for the centre.”
Using the new computer system, visitors to the centre can call up properties based on a number of parameters, including location, type of property and price range.
For HSPC the new computer system brings substantial benefits. Print-on-demand brochures and particulars mean the centre needs less storage space. It also helps the centre to meet its environmental targets in reducing waste and cutting its carbon footprint.