Traitor or faithful?

January 11, 2024

Are you one of many hooked on the second BBC series, Traitors?

Hosted by Claudia Winkleman, Gothic style BBC series Traitors shows just how far contestants are prepared to go to win up to £120,000.

Contestants either play a “Faithful" or a “Traitor." With traitors having the power to secretly eliminate the faithfuls from the competition, they must form intricate strategies. If the faithfuls spot a traitor, they will banish them from the game. If at the end any traitors remain, they take home all of the prize money.

If you’re already a fan, you’ve likely thought about which role you would play. Would you enjoy the thrill of a traitor’s power rush? Do you have their strategy and thought? Perhaps you think being a faithful is best, with honest, genuine allegiances, the space to be true to yourself, and most of all, to be somebody people can trust.

Watching Traitors, you might agree, it looks like fun to play the villain. However, even the chosen traitors notice the responsibility weighing on them, as they manipulate the outcome of peoples’ lives in the competition.

In real life, honesty is always the best policy.

As an estate agency, we understand moving home is not a game. We know the responsibility we hold in dealing with our client’s property. If you’re our client, we appreciate the impact a home move can have on you and your loved ones.

In a property sales progression, honest and transparent communications make all the difference. This is true throughout, from the valuation to whether a buyer wishes to complete the sale.

We know it can be hard to know who to trust, so we use third-party independent review site, Trustpilot, to demonstrate the service we provide. This means there are no guessing games involved. To find out what our customers have to say, click here.

If you’re a homeowner considering selling your property, please contact your nearest agent. If you’re a buyer looking for a new home, you can see our portfolio of properties on our website, here.

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