Gavin Brazg is founder & CEO of TheAdvisory (independent consumer advice group for house sellers).
Outside of TheAdvisory he is a serial house seller, responsible for a multi-million pound Part Exchange fund that buys and sells approximately 150 residential properties per annum.
Originally trained as an Architect at The Oxford School of Architecture & The Architectural Association, Gavin also holds a master’s degree from London South Bank University in Property Development, Planning Law & Finance.
Prior to founding TheAdvisory, he worked in the central London commercial property market and been employed by a number of the UK’s leading plc house builders.
Gavin lives in London with his wife and two children.
Nominees three achievements
#1. Founded – https://www.theadvisory.co.uk
TheAdvisory is the UK’s only consumer advice group dedicated to helping protect house sellers from unethical industry practices.
Key stats at a glance:
Over 1,000,000 website visitors.
Over 20,000 email responses to struggling house sellers.
Over 3,000 phone calls to vulnerable house sellers.
Ghost written property advice articles for journalists at The Independent and The Observer.
Provided key research for 5 TV production companies.
#2. Created – PropCast™ – UK’s house selling weather forecast – https://www.theadvisory.co.uk/propcast/
PropCast™ measures buyer demand levels to help predict how quick and easy or slow and hard it will be to sell your home.
It tells you whether your market is hot or cold, and puts you on the same page as reality so you make smarter decisions about your sale.
The PropCast™ mission
1. To help protect homeowners from underselling.
2. To help enable honest estate agents to be heard, and preferred.
3. To help improve the efficiency and health of the UK residential property market.
#3. Become respected property data supplier & property pundit
Since launching PropCast™ in July 2018 Gavin Brazg has been asked to provide PropCast data and analysis over 110 times. Most National & Regional press titles (from The Financial Times to The Yorkshire Post) now ask for regular comment. This is significant as the insights shared via PropCast enable home movers to uncover the true state of their local property market and strategise accordingly. This increases liquidity in the market and makes for a more healthy property market.