Mobile app to allow buyers to directly engage with potential sellers

PropTech company Nokkel has announced the launch of version 5.0 of its mobile app.

Nokkel is designed to help buyers find off-market properties and directly engage with potential sellers. The latest development is aimed at enhancing the service by using added data to increase accessibility and transparency.

The new functionality on the Nokkel app includes enhanced ‘searchability’ of homes through integrations with Google Maps. Added information about properties and surrounding areas includes EPC ratings on homes, more pictures and details of nearby services such as transport links and recreational areas.

The updated app marks the next phase of the Nokkel growth story, following the announcement of a capital raise
in September last year, underpinning integration with FNZ’s wealth management platform.

Roland Whyte, CEO and founder of Nokkel, commented: “Nokkel has taken this considered step amid persistent economic uncertainty and a volatile UK property market.

“Many plans for buying and selling of property have been disrupted in the last few months and this will continue to be the case in 2023. The ability to access wider information on property gives a level of transparency, which allows our users to take control of their current position in the UK residential market.”



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  1. ARealEstateAgent

    What could possibly go wrong…….

    1. The Sussex Idler

      Haha! I was going to post the very same thing!

  2. KC54

    Am I missing something.  An Off market property advertising on an app is surely an on market property?

  3. jan-byers

    even if it a few a year it a few that agents would otherwise have had I can see it being popular with young buyers not more mature people

  4. Anonymous Coward

    Thanks, but no thanks.

    GOOD estate agents are worth every single penny that they get paid.

    TBH, with the reduction in commission percentages over the las 25 years, I would suggest that most GOOD estate agents are now heavily underpaid.

  5. Diogenes

    This is a compliance minefield….. I don’t know where to start.

  6. Howard Star

    oh dear god, here we go……………………………


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