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New player on the property reporting block commits to ‘efficiency and speed’

By Staff Reporter
05 August 2022 | 1 minute read
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An Aussie business is looking to revitalise the property market’s “inefficient and outdated reporting processes”.

Propti aims to provide agents, solicitors, mortgage brokers, accountants, buyers and home owners with new strata, building and pest, valuation, depreciation, and QS reports “faster than any traditional method”, according to co-founder Jacob Isman.

He has explained that the service works by connecting users with its established network of professionals in locations across Australia while also enabling them to access pre-existing reports for properties immediately.

“Building from more than 30 years of combined experience within the finance and real estate industries, the Propti team initially sought to take the burden of time and costs off agents and solicitors,” he recounted.

Now, though, buyers and home owners will “reap the benefits too”.

“We like to think that Propti provides the one dependable process in what is a wild and insecure time within the real estate market,” the co-founder continued.

Propti has spent more than a year establishing relationships with inspectors and delivering projects with early-stage clients, in what it calls a “proven yet simple process” — streamlining the acquisition of reports for clients and eliminating a need for individuals to independently engage professionals.

Co-founder Greg Blumenthal also sees Propti as a way “to empower a network of property professionals that lean on each other’s success and expertise”.

Encouraging everyone from strata representatives, real estate agents, buyer agents and valuers to reporters and solicitors to join their service directory, he said an individual’s skills “may be beneficial to another’s success”.

“Together, we’ll reimagine and revolutionise what is meant by property reporting and emphasise an industry-wide commitment to efficiency and speed,” he concluded.

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