Network puts weight behind free listing site

Network puts weight behind free listing site

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One of the country’s biggest brand names has put its support behind free listing site

Raine&Horne announced yesterday that they will be integrating listing feeds nationally with the site.

Business support and development manager for Raine&Horne Greg Oddy said there were many factors that attracted him to Homely.

“Homely has allowed us to showcase our listings in a beautiful format, provide our agents with a platform to engage with consumers and given them a local voice to demonstrate their expertise. All of these things combined have made it an appealing platform to join,” he said.

With the addition of Raine&Horne, now has listings from over 2,500 leading offices across Australia, with support from other groups such as LJ Hooker, Harcourts, Ray White, Starr Partners, RT Edgar, Belle Property and “hundreds of independent agents”.

“We are delighted to welcome the Raine&Horne network to Homely,” said CEO Jason Spencer.

“They are one of Australia’s most recognisable brands in real estate and with hundreds of thousands of listings each year, it greatly expands our coverage. This is a huge show of support for our team and the service we are offering.”

The announcement sees Homely continue its rapid growth since launching in December and proves the desire for an alternative platform to showcase listings and engage with consumers.

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