PublicAngel.com – Serving the Property Community
A sophisticated database driven buyer/seller and tenant/landlord matching program is operated by a user-friendly, simple design. The site is ideal for the general public, property developers and investors, estate and letting agents, house builders or anyone else connected worldwide to the property industry. PublicAngel.com also works on your behalf to source properties to buy or rent. Simply register your requirements and our Email Alert system will contact you every time a match is made. PublicAngel.com has created a multitude of additional services including fast cash-sale of property, DIY guides, below market value sourcing, investor services, ‘The Wealth Developer’ newsletter, property and mortgage calculators, business directory, Public Angel Mortgage Guru, insurance services, property forum and a property news service.
PublicAngel.com In Their Own Words
“We feel that PublicAngel.com is at the start of a very interesting journey into the world of property services. Creating a website that benefits both businesses and consumers makes it appealing to all and then offer all the services for free takes away the risk element. The most interesting part is to be able to offer small or independent estate and letting agents, who otherwise couldn’t afford conventional online marketing, huge benefits from our extensive marketing as not cost to them.”
Why PublicAngel.com It Might Be A Killer
Traditionally property portal industry is divided into two distinct sectors. One sector caters exclusively for estate and letting agents and charge a monthly fee, the other sector caters specifically to the general public and charge on a property-by-property basis. By bringing together the two sectors and then offering the matching services for free to all, PublicAngel.com are breaking with convention and have created a new platform for property professionals and novices to interact, trade and ultimately profit.
Some Questions About PublicAngel.com
The success of the website is largely dependent on the size of their database which (due to being a start-up) is currently small. How quickly will they be able to reach the volume of their rivals?
How confident are they in being able to convince the public that combining two different business models is the way forward for the industry?