FSL Estate Agents

Wakefield Estate Agent Reaches More People...


The Situation

Nigel at FSL Estate Agents approached us to advise on a full overhaul of their existing website in order to bring it more up to date with modern design trends, stand out from similar estate agency websites and, more importantly, help FSL win more customers.

Their previous website was generating  a lot of web traffic but very few people were getting in touch to engage FSL to sell their houses.


The Solution

We took the essence of their existing brand identity and colour scheme and working closely with the client, created a new style and feel for their website, to help them stand out from the crowd.

We decided it was important to move away from traditional pictures of houses for sale, and focus more on why people wanted to move house and what the benefits would be for them when selling their house with FSL.

Our graphic designer also worked closely with our developers to make sure this new style worked seamlessly on tablet and smartphones as well as desktops to ensure a consistent user experience.

Case Study

Web Design


The Success

FSL now have an eye catching and easy to use website that Nigel and the team are keen to share with their prospects, customers and partners.

More importantly, since launch traffic to the website has more than doubled, enquiries are now regularly being generated directly from the lead magnet that are turning into new business.


What FSL Said:

“Our new website is unique and enticing, which is exactly what you want for an estate agency website. Over the moon with Buffalo’s work!”

Nigel Christie


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Feel free to get in touch with us anyway you like. You will find us a friendly, talkative bunch who don’t need much of an excuse to sit down and have a chat over a biscuit and a brew.

We love nothing more than to meet new people, listen to your creative ideas and hopefully be a part of turning your vision into reality.

Helping Yorkshire Businesses Profit From Their Pixels for Twenty Years.