Ed Talks - Podcast with Tim Price from OneDome

Posted on 13 Nov, 2019

Welcome back to Ed Talks, the property podcast.

In this episode Ed talks to Vice President of sales at OneDome, Tim Price, also in charge of business development and partnerships.

If you are an Estate Agent you have probably already heard of OneDome but you might not necessarily know what they do.

Tim describes OneDome as ‘the gear box’ that connects consumers, buyers and sellers, estate agents and conveyancers/ mortgage providers. There are LOTS of moving parts when it comes to selling a property, it can be overwhelming for consumers and there is a lot to tick off on the to-do list. OneDome has been built, adapted and is now succeeding in enabling the consumer to manage the entire process from start to finish.

As if that wasn’t enough they have used the nous they’ve gained to launch a next generation 'free to list' portal which now lists over 400k properties.

OneDome has some fascinating people behind it and Ed finds out more about how they’ve evolved.

Whether you’re a property investor/landlord/owner, an estate agent keeping up to date with what’s happening in PropTech or an entrepreneur building your own business this is a great episode for you as Ed looks under the bonnet to uncover more!

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