My fiancée is an amazing woman and I think myself very lucky to have her in my life.
She deserves a Sainthood for living with me, BUT you will be pleased to hear she too is human and like us all she has flaws. One being an amazing ability to over react and my, when she does, Hell truly hath no fury I assure you!
The first I learned of this was in our tender years of courting (as my Nan would call it). Let us just say I sent a text message that was taken the wrong way, I still protest my innocence to this day!
Why did she over react?… It was all down to a single misplaced comma… *face palms*
I can’t/won’t go in to the details of the message but it’s safe to assume that I have not made the same mistake again!
Communication is paramount in all things not least in how we engage with clients, customers and affiliates. English is renowned amongst linguists as one of the most complex languages to learn and understand, for example:
• There is no ham in hamburger.
• Neither is there any apple nor pine in pineapple.
• If teachers taught, why didn’t preachers praught?
• If a vegetarian eats vegetables, what does a humanitarian eat?
• “Overlook” and “oversee” have opposite meanings, while “look” and “see” mean the same.
We work very hard to make all our methods of communication very simple and clear – we actively avoid industry jargon and technical terms when speaking with Leaseholders adopting a style that makes it easier for us to convey key information without confusion – We are even one of the first companies in the UK to use a predominantly picture driven ‘Report a Repair System’.
We know when speaking with Developers, Freeholders and clients, you are busy and need specific information quickly and concisely. Everyone has a bespoke reporting service providing exactly what you want in the format you want quickly and without fuss.
We love working and speaking with people of all walks from customer to client! We will always put our own unique spin on the delivery but you will always get great communication.
Whenever you need a Managing agent that knows the importance of the way information is communicated you know where we are… and remember…
Punctuation can make a difference! “Let’s eat Grandpa” is not the same as “Let’s eat, Grandpa”