OneDome buys proptech pioneer,

July 30, 2019
Share this Post: is a pioneer property website, being among the first ever created on the world wide web. Recently, it was acquired by a property portal startup, OneDome.

Nethouseprices was set up in 2004, specializing in providing sold property prices recorded in England and Wales, using data from the Land Registry. It also provides property listings for sale and to rent, auction properties and new homes and local information.

OneDome - which earlier this year moved to become a portal as an expansion of its PropTech tools offer to agents - is also a free to list platform for estate agents, offering them a 100-year free-to-list contract. 

OneDome’s platform is integrated with various government and non-government organisations enabling, in its words, “the digitization of the entire property buying process.” It raised over £9 million to launch the platform in the UK market and is backed by a number of high-profile angel investors. 

The combined service says it will now service over 5,000 estate agency branches and have in excess of 400,000 listings between them creating what it claims to be the fifth largest property platform in terms of direct listings from estate agents. 

NetHouseprices and OneDome will continue separate branding for the time being, with Nethouseprices Managing Director Catherine Lamond reporting to group Chief Executive Babek Ismayil. 

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