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First residential property goes on sale with ‘click to buy’ system used in commercial sector
First residential property goes on sale with ‘click to buy’ system used in commercial sector
Property industry eye - MARCH 9, 2017 | ROSALIND RENSHAW
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Written by Faye Langoulant
Updated over a week ago

The first residential sales property in Britain has gone on the market with an agent using a system that allows the full transaction to be conducted online.

Clicktopurchase has been successfully used for commercial sales for a number of years and claims to have enabled over £160m of transactions.

The launch of Version 2 of the platform is allowing agent Andrew Nunn Associates, based in Chiswick, west London, to offer the system.

Clicktopurchase claims to give the agent the ability to legally accept offers and execute the sale online by private treaty, best offers or live auction, with almost instant exchange of contracts once an offer has been accepted.

The platform claims to revolutionise the property sales process, by making buying and selling easy, while delivering certainty and speed.

Andrew Nunn said: “The estate agency industry is entering a transitionary phase moving away from traditional methods of selling property to a more technology-based approach.

“With this in mind we are delighted to have engaged the clicktopurchase platform as an ideal base for alternative selling.

“Our clients can get real benefit here as the platform removes the frustrations of selling property and conversely a serious buyer will also embrace the method as they can legally exchange contracts within minutes of having their offer accepted.”

Neil Singer, CEO of clicktopurchase, said that as the traditional agency model continues to be challenged, “buyers and sellers are demanding a superior service, ease and transparency. All these features are proven and provided by clicktopurchase.”

The property chosen to pioneer the system is a ‘doer-upper’.

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