Given Australia’s love of everything property and real estate, it’s fitting that innovation in terms of real estate-focused startups is strong. Over the last few years we’ve seen a range of companies launch, doing everything from helping people find and rate an agent, easily create property listings, showcase off-market properties, allow vendors to sell their… Read more »
Rent, the company behind rental listings platform Rent.com.au, is set to acquire RentPay, a payments system for the rental market, from cloud accounting software provider MYOB for $425,000 in cash.
Property platform YouWish believes there are homeowners who, while they don’t necessarily want to sell, could be drawn into selling for the right price.
Ballarat real estate platform NextAddress wants to bring transparency to the process of buying and selling property
Looking to shift the status quo of the traditional property buying and selling process to benefit the customer is Ballarat startup NextAddress, founded by Julie O’Donohue.
Real estate startup Snug’s BondCover offering replaces the traditional rental bond with a certificate of guarantee
Snug looks to shift the state of play in the rental space more in favour of renters, with its BondCover product taking aim at the rental bond system.
Cofounded in Queensland by Ewen Malcolm and Grant Shankster, the MiSale platform allows sellers to be their own real estate agent.
New online real estate platform Revalu8 launches as a member-only site to connect buyers and sellers of residential property. With comparative tools for people to analyse, compare and purchase property online, ReValu8 offers a transparent negotiation of property to help buyers find a better investment.
Sydney startup Vendorable wants to help property vendors find the right agent through access to data
It’s not too hard to sell real estate in Australia these days – even parking spaces can fetch up to $120,000. However, with online listings widening the real estate agent’s geographical scope, competition among agents for the best listings across whole cities is fierce, and it can be difficult for vendors to pick the right agent when they all promise the world.
Selecting the right real estate is critical in the process of selling your property. But many property owners make that choice blindly, often pulling a name out of the hat due to the overwhelming number of agents to choose from. Australian startup OpenAgent.com.au makes that process easier. Clients visit the site, provide basic details about the property they’d like to sell, and the platform provides real-time real estate agent rankings and recommendations for them.