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‘Social Network’ online platform announces PropTech collaboration

PropertyHeads, a platform describing itself as a social network for house buyers and sellers, has a new PropTech partnership.

It’s linked with CoreLogic, a global property information, analytics and data-enabled solutions provider. 

This new partnership will allow agents who are members of PropertyHeads to get direct access to CoreLogic’s property marketing services.


PropertyHeads boasts over 10,000 agents and other property related businesses registered on its platform, and 700,000 active users. 

It claims it combines elements typically associated with LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and property portals to create a hub of information, content and interaction for all property issues.

It says its model challenges traditional property portals by bringing together consumers, agents and property-related businesses onto a single social platform, with information on 30m homes across the UK.

The platform also enables the creation of individual user profiles, based around property preferences or market interests and facilitates social networking between all the connected parties.

Meanwhile agent members can list sale and rental properties free of charge on PropertyHeads and its sister portal Mouseprice.

PropertyHeads calls this new link with CoreLogic the first step in a broader collaboration that will encompass many new innovative solutions for brands and services that target home mover and home improvers to be announced in the future.

Ben Davis, founder and chief executive of PropertyHeads, comments: “We’ve already registered a comprehensive share of the agency market in the short time that we’ve been around and the additional marketing services offered by CoreLogic, renowned for their quality, reliability and accuracy, add another layer to the impressive tool kit we offer to our members.”

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    'We’ve already registered a comprehensive share of the agency market in the short time that we’ve been around'.

    How big is a 'comprehensive' share? Their profile across the industry is pretty low.


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