The worldwide property portal Residential People has announced the imminent arrival of a brand new free to list website in the United Kingdom.
Founded in 2014 by Commercial People, Residential People is the new residential focused portal that aims to offer agents a free-to-list solution for advertising their properties.
2019 promises to be a significant year for Residential People as it rapidly expands its reach across the globe, aiming to cover over 20 countries including China, India and UAE by Q4 2019.
Powered by a fantastic range of enhanced marketing tools such as automatic PDF and microsite generation, as well as an eye-catching real-time video generator, Residential People can significantly improve the visibility of your listings, helping you to stand out from the crowd.
Whether you are a real estate agent, homeowner, landlord or service provider, Residential People is the all-in-one property portal to suit your every need.
Residential People co-Director Christopher May said: "After constantly reading about the increasing costs of running a real estate agency and having been an agent myself, I fully appreciate the burden of the rising costs of running a successful real estate agency; this is why we decided to build a 'Free to List' property portal that adds real value.
"I believe a lot of buyers and sellers do not truly understand the pressure that a lot of agents are under, particularly when it comes to the marketing of their property. You have to realise that most agents only get paid if they are successful which is why it is such a tough job, and I don’t think that a lot of the advertising portals out there truly appreciate this.
"At Residential People, we are completely free to list for agents, but with the help of our automated easy to use marketing tools, agents can drive more traffic to their listings, giving them the extra value and ammunition required to win new business and in turn helping to improve our agents' profitability."
SOURCE Residential People
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