David Votta - Owner of Votta Lettings
Great Companies: Please tell me something about the business and how did you come up with such an idea?
David Votta: My business was funded by a business loan i took out and I built it from the ground upwards in my loft-room office where I created a business model that was not only sustainable but mobile and full of technology as well as maintaining my ability to converse to a high level. I advertise on all the major portals and our marketing strategy brings in buyers and renters from all walks of life and we are a completely customer obsessed business. I'd worked for larger corporations that were forgetting about people and putting profit and self-promotion above all and therefore my customers were requesting I set up my own because they felt important and in the safest of hands. I saw a niche in the market for a true expert and I went for it, 12 hours a day 6 days a week until the business was functioning and nearly two years in we are well thought of in our area as an award winning agent, Bronze award for best agent in kent for customer service and gold for best in Ramsgate 2019-2020.
Great Companies: What are the various services and products provided by your company?
David Votta: lettings, property management, sales, investor advice, contract negotiation, property consultancy, our partners supply an array of products from insurance, will writing, financial planning.
Great Companies: Why should one choose you over others in this field?
David Votta: I'm Kent regional representative for the UK's foremost professional lettings body and have expertise that set my skillset above others. One of the highest rated letting agents on Google for 5 star reviews in such a short space of time. We are fun to deal with and give honest hard hitting advice.
Great Companies: What are the struggles and challenges you face?
David Votta: Agents flouting the laws and regulations as well as conducting business in an unethical manner and yet they are still allowed to trade and dominate market share by making promises they are unable to keep.
Great Companies: What do you think are the few main things which are most important for a successful business?
David Votta: Delivering on what you set out to do, treat everyone as the an individual, being passionate about people and their property, going above and beyond not for financial gain but gratification which leads to repeat business, genuinely care about peoples goals and needs. being ahead of any industry changes.