Challenger property portal signs up Barratt Developments

Barratt Developments, the largest housebuilder in the UK, is the latest high-profile firm to sign up to OneDome.com, the challenger property portal.

This partnership represents further growth for OneDome as it continues to sign-up more estate agents and housebuilders.

James Wallace, group head of digital and marketing of Barratt Developments, said: “We’re really pleased to now be listed with OneDome helping to promote our homes and drive more enquiries. As the country’s leading housebuilder we want to work with a wide choice of leading portals, making property search as convenient as possible for potential customers.”

Barratt has listed its residential developments and properties for sale which includes three consumer brands, Barratt Homes, David Wilson Homes, and Barratt London.

Babek Ismayil

Babek Ismayil, OneDome Group’s CEO, commented: “We are delighted to welcome Barratt to OneDome. We’re looking forward to working closely with them to accomplish their goals. This is an important milestone for OneDome, and one which provides us with an opportunity to further grow our business, and work with a reputable and high-profile brand.”

The OneDome Group, which operates listing websites OneDome.com and Nethouseprices.com, recently reported that it generates up to 1.7 million unique monthly visitors and a total of over 170,000 buyer and tenant leads for agents each month.

OneDome says that it continues to generate up to 80 free buyer and tenant leads each month for its listing partners.

The group is now focusing on growing the volume of valuation instructions for agencies which signed up to its optional ‘Find an Agent’ service, with the ultimate goal of providing each branch with two market appraisals booked per month.

A number of well-known agencies list on its websites, including Andrews Property Group, Arun Estates, Coopers Residential, Hunters, Martyn Gerrard, Robinson Michael & Jackson and Winkworth.

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  1. Bless You

    If new homes own the houses they sell on portals, isn’t this direct to vendor?

    I.e. rightmove, zooola etc breaking their own rules.

     

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