TuckerGardner is the largest estate agent in Cambridge and one of the oldest, the earliest part of their business having started in 1983. They sell and rent more properties in the Cambridge and Ely area than anyone else - over 3,000 each year.

Staff at TuckerGardner describe themselves as old-fashioned because they treat every sale as unique, shunning sales targets in favour of service tailored to the needs of each client. On the other hand, their use of technology is progressive, with a desire to keep their website and communications ahead of the game.

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The story so far

  1. Simply the best way to search for property


    Tucker Gardner’s new homepage is Apple-esque in its marriage of form and function

  2. Searching with LinkedIn Style Checkboxes


    Linking checkboxes in this way is unconventional but we’re in great company.

  3. Writing Estate Agent Property Descriptions


    There is something about “laid predominantly to lawn”, “rendered brick elevations” and “comprising of” that really get under the skin.

  4. Cambridge Houses Don't Come in Widescreen


    We changed the aspect ratio of photographs to showcase interiors better and avoid cropping to roofs and gardens.

  5. Property Search with School Catchment Areas


    One thing the parents among us know is that when you’re looking for a new house, schools are up there as one of the most important considerations.

  6. Keeping TuckerGardner Ahead of the Game


    TuckerGardner often leads its marketing campaigns with its website features. Now it’s time for draw search.

  7. Fluent: Award-Entering Websites!


    I haven't found any significant features or approaches on their sites that overpower TG; indeed, I think we have a few innovations that they could learn from.

  8. TuckerGardner on Your Mobile


    Not just a mini version of the full site. That would be boring. A purposefully designed mobile approach to househunting whilst pounding the streets.