Property Portal Watch- Homely Continues its Rapid Growth with Addition of Laing+Simmons Network
8 May, 2014 - Homely.com.au the revolutionary new real estate website combining Australia’s most beautiful search experience with free property listings has announced that Laing+Simmons will be joining the Homely movement, promoting all listings from 43 offices on the site.
Homely’s national sales director, Rocky Bartolotto commented, “We are delighted to have Laing+Simmons on board, they are recognised as one of the top franchise networks in NSW and the addition of 43 offices really helps fill out our NSW markets”
The confidence was also shared by Laing+Simmons General Manager, Leanne Pilkington, who mentioned “Aligning ourselves with Homely demonstrates a step forward in the way people will search for properties and agents, we have a strong focus on user experience and this was a sentiment shared by Homely. We strongly believe they are helping shape the future of real estate”
Within 6 months, Homely has been able to add almost 3000 offices including the majority of the major networks and hundreds of influential independents.
CEO Jason Spencer explained the recent growth. “We have a unique vision for real estate search in this country. We believe we are offering the best user experience for consumers, cleaner, faster and with no banner ads and for agents they see Homely as a legitimate alternative to the established portals.”
Homely is free for agents to promote their properties with no subscriptions. They can do this by visiting http://agent.homely.com.au/submit-your-listings/ with listings showcased on the site within hours of being submitted.
Founded by Jason Spencer and Adam Spencer, Homely.com.au is a free to list, banner-ad free real estate website that helps people find their next home. With a focus on beautiful design, community engagement and innovative marketing platforms for real estate agents, Homely.com.au helps people make better decisions about where they choose to live.
The company is based in Melbourne, Australia.
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