The property market has seen a 20% increase in Ireland in the first few months of 2018, and that hasn't slowed at all.
Latest figures reveal that a three-bedroom semi-detached house now costs an average of €229,000 nationwide, with sellers forking out a hefty fee to estate agencies.
Irish start-up Moove wants to disrupt the market and give buyers and sellers more choice and control during the sale process.
Its hybrid online model, based on Purplebricks in the UK, offers substantial savings for sellers of up to €7,200 on a typical agent’s fee.
According to founder David Madden, Moove provides the same services as a traditional estate agent for a flat fee of €1,800 including Vat. The usual ‘for sale’ signs, brochures, bidding, and negotiation offers are all included.
“We guide the process right to completion with solicitors and conveyancing,” he says.
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