Homely.com.au inundated with real estate agents looking for change from the established portals.

Innovative design with no banner ads and free listings hits a sweet spot for over 2000 Australian real estate agents.

Feb 14, 2013 - Homely.com.au, the revolutionary new real estate website combining Australia’s most beautiful search experience with free property listings has been inundated with real estate agents looking to join the new website.

Since launching in December, the service has grown to include over 2000 real estate offices submitting more than 100,000 listings from well known brands like Ray White, LJ Hooker, Harcourts, Belle Property, Starr Partners, Raine & Horne and RT Edgar.

“It’s pretty clear from the feedback we are receiving that Agents have had enough of being locked into the established portals and their pricing strategies. We are seeing an undercurrent where Agents simply want change”, said Jason Spencer, Homely Co-Founder.

Homely is positioning itself as a unique way to solve real estate search with a consumer friendly, banner ad free design combined with social and community platforms. With access to over 500,000 suburb ratings, reviews and discussions written by locals, Homely has one of the largest communities in Australia dedicated to helping people find their next home.

Spencer said “Agents also love that we’re independent and here for the long haul. For seven years we’ve helped over 10 million Australian’s take the stress out of finding the right neighbourhood through our site StreetAdvisor.com.au. Now with Homely, we’re showing our vision for how Australian’s can have a better way to find their new home”

About Homely

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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