Property portal app MoveStreets says the latest upgrade to its app sends leads to agents’ inboxes and allows users to instantly arrange viewings.
MoveStreets, which likens itself to Tinder, claims users can easily browse the site's database of available homes, powered by multiple estate agencies.
It says it’s signed over 100 agents including onliners Doorsteps and Open House, and High Street companies Dacre Son & Hartley, Nest Seekers International, Beals, The Kings Group, Linley and Simpson, and Chancellors.
Much like dating apps, potential property matches are served up based on the user's location. Swiping left rejects unliked properties, while swiping right contacts the listing agent to arrange a viewing.
By hitting on the new ‘Hot Property’ icon users send their details through to agents.
Chief executive Adam Kamani says: “We know that searching for property can be a long and often time consuming process and that many of us have less and less time to look.
“That’s why we created the ‘Hot Property’ feature - to improve the property searching experience for users, streamline leads for agents and ultimately speed up the process of arranging a viewing for all.”