Property Portal Watch- Toop & Toop Get on Board with Homely


Property Portal Watch- Toop & Toop Get on Board with Homely

12 June, 2014 Australia’s Homely.com.au is rapidly expanding its portfolio of agencies; its latest addition is South Australia’s strongest, high profile, independent real estate firm, Toop & Toop.

Toop & Toop is an elite agency with a history of over 30 years, which means that Homely will now showcase premiere properties from some of South Australia’s most elite suburbs. With a team of nearly 50 agents, Homely will add a further 400+ properties at any given time, positioning Homely as a key destination for consumers searching for SA property.

Homely CEO Jason Spencer said, “The team at Toop & Toop pride themselves on innovation and their attempt to always be at the forefront. Their creative marketing campaigns such as their interactive 3D property integrations, makes us believe we will receive some fantastic content in the years to come.”

Expanding from their initial start in 1985, co­owners Anthony and Sylvia Toop could lay claim to the most household name in South Australian real estate. Their support of Homely will expand the portals presence across the southern state and help it push further towards being Australia’s premiere, free­to­list portal.

In the two weeks after AREC 2014, Homely has recorded record signups from both large and small franchises. The ease of integration with multi­loaders and the ability for agents to simply fill out an online form to get their listings live has proved a major benefit.

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.

For further information
Todd Schulberg
todd@homely.com.au
+61419331548

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