Ray White announces major partnership

Ray White announces major partnership

18 February 2016 by Jay Garcia 5 comments

The nation’s largest real estate group has inked an innovative deal that will provide additional services to its clients.

Ray White has announced a partnership with hipages, a referral site that allows homeowners to connect with over 70,000 tradespeople including builders, plumbers, electricians and painters.

The partnership aims to give new homeowners access to a database of qualified workers in over 240 categories through the Ray White Concierge Service.

New homeowners will now also have access to a wide range of advice from hipages on things such as renovations, popular trends and home maintenance.

Kelly Tatlow, chief executive of Ray White Concierge Service, said the partnership with hipages will strengthen the suite of services it offers to make moving home easier for customers.

“Partnering with hipages and their database of qualified tradespeople across the country will bolster our offering to customers and ensure that we make their moving transition as easy and seamless as possible,” she said.

David Vitek, CEO and co-founder of hipages, said integrating the platform with Ray White has created “a go-to place for new home buyers to visit and make informed decisions about home improvement”.

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