Launches New Home Selling Platform

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A young entrepreneur and a handful of developers in the UK have recently launched an online home selling platform that is set to take on the estate agents and reinvent the way people buy and sell houses in the UK. The new platform provides a rich set of tools for individuals involved in the growing trend of ‘For Sale by Owner’ (FSBO) house sales. The company is the first in the UK to offer a completely free advertising service through a network of established portals such as Fish4Homes and

The new platform performs all the key functions that an estate agent would typically carryout on your behalf, such as communicating with buyers, arranging viewings and managing offers. The system has been designed for ease of use with a simple and clear interface making it accessible to just about anyone with basic computers skills and a digital camera.

With retail giants like Tesco and Asda formulating plans to capitalise on the home seller market, it is quickly becoming apparent that estate agents are likely to lose significant presence on our high streets in the coming years. Despite the growing interest from larger organisations in private selling has remained optimistic about the outlook for the future.

“We are confident that we have the most user friendly and informative service available to sell your house privately online. What’s more we are currently allowing our users to advertise their home to millions of prospective buyers for free. This is unrivalled in the UK. I have no doubt that we will deliver a viable alternative to using an estate agent and save people a lot of money in the process,” said Glenn Drake the lead developer and founder of

As usage of the internet continues to grow and redefine the way businesses reach their customers it will be interesting to see its effects on the long standing traditions of buying and selling property...Watch this space.


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