Australian property platform works while you're away

February 5, 2019
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Ipswich's Click2Offer portal made it easy to purchase a property in Queensland while the buyer was out grocery shopping.

Ipswich Real Estate’s Dylan Ansems and Jason McNamara are savvy users of technology.

When they listed a property in Woodend, their Click2Offer system sent an email to alert all parties interested in the property that it was now open for online offers (over $365,000).

When the email notification popped up on one parties phone, she immediately registered and made her first offer of $365,000 – even though she was out doing the grocery shopping at the time.

Within 15 minutes the agents on behalf of the sellers had countered at $375,000. Just 13 minutes later the buyer looked at and accepted the counter offer, added in finance and building and pest clauses.

Then three minutes later, the sellers accepted.

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