Proptyle rolls out two income sources

18 Jul 2016

Proptyle.co.uk, the real estate search engine recently launched in the U.K., introduced two paid-for services for estate agents.

It rolled out a ‘statistics service’, which costs £30 ($40 U.S.) per month per registration. It includes sending e-mails to agents on a periodic basis about their click statistics, and daily property inventory refresh e-mails.

It also rolled out a featured property service at an additional £30 per week per property.

The site, which claims to be the U.K.’s first real-time, direct-lead generation, intelligent, real estate search engine, said estate agents currently spend almost £1,000 ($1,323 U.S.) on average per month per branch for the combined use of Rightmove and Zoopla.

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Its said Proptyle enables agents to eliminate this cost and make significant savings in online advertising costs.

Yash Patel, one of the website’s founders, said: “Proptyle is designed to operate as a ‘pay-as-you-go’ service, where agents retain a greater element of control over their spending by opting for services on a need-by-need basis.

“They can access all the features they currently enjoy free of charge, as well as many of the additional benefits of our unique offering, and pay only for the elements of service they require.

“We believe Proptyle presents a real solution to many current market challenges, and are confident in the extensive capabilities of our unique offering”, said Patel.

The search engine also claims to provide more residential and commercial property information than the two leading U.K. real estate sites.

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Lisa Walls-Hester