No official launch of Rummage4Property's website, says CEO

January 20, 2019
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Rummage4Property has yet to settle on an official launch date, but agents have already benefited from the company with their listings being viewed online, says CEO.

Anthony Codling, chief executive of the industry portal challenger established by Robert May, said Rummage4Property is waiting until there is enough scale for a fully fledged launch.

It was revealed last year that Countrywide and other agency groups as well as house builders have signed up to list their homes with the start-up, but its website still displays a “coming soon” message but invites agents to sign up.

Codling said it was “technically live” as it is already working with some agents and helping to boost views of their listings.

The former City analyst who took up his post at Rummage4 towards the end of last year, told EYE yesterday: “We are already working with a growing number of agents.

“We are a property finder rather than search tool, so agents benefit from our software that helps them come to the top of Google searches.”

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