Fast all-in-one property search engine launching in the UK

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Property search made easier with! The fast and comprehensive vertical search engine has just launched in the UK, allowing the user to search for houses for sale, flats to rent, land, bungalows, flat share objects and much more from an extensive collection of different property portals.

Searching for a property should be fast and simple! Nevertheless it is not unusual that we spend a lot of time going from one portal to another, without finding enough suitable objects or exactly that one dream apartment one is keen on. claims to be a solution, offering a comprehensive, faster and more intuitive property search.

propertyads is a vertical search engine that collects property listings in the UK from various sources and makes them available in one simple search. Whether you are searching for a house to buy or a room in a flat share, it is no longer necessary to visit a number of different portals or trying to find new sources. propertyads gives you access to all kinds of listings from a multitude of sources with your next apartment only a click away.

The website is not only a fast search engine aiming to collect all kinds of property ads in the UK, but it also provides each listing with surrounding area information. For each property listing the distance is shown, for example, to the nearest airport or the closest university, or one can find out which tube or train stations are situated in the neighbourhood. A further enhancement of the usability is the interactive map that shows the location of each search result and the most important facilities in the surrounding area. It is even possible to search for new properties directly on the map by simply moving it in a preferred direction.

Christian Scherbel, the founder of propertyads, emphasises the importance of such a search engine based on his own experience: "The idea of propertyads emerged at a time when I was moving a lot myself and I had to look for an apartment. I realised that a fast search engine, which would bring together all the ads in a single search, was something really missing”.


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