Homely.com.au renews major partnerships and welcomes high-growth offices

Real estate platform Homely has renewed a number of key contracts with agencies on top of adding a host of advertising agreements.

The Announcement: 

Homely.com.au is delighted to announce the renewal of contracts with multiple key agencies, reaffirming their commitment to showcasing their properties on the portal. 

Additionally, Homely.com.au has secured a number of new advertising agreements with high-growth agencies on its membership and advertising program, Homely Plus Uplift, further expanding its network around Australia.

CEO and Co-Founder of Homely.com.au, Jason Spencer said they were dedicated to enhancing their offerings for agents and consumers alike. 

“The continued support of some of the best real estate brands in the country demonstrates that our strategy is effective and the value we offer is welcomed by the industry,” Mr Spencer said.

Since the launch of its Homely Plus Uplift membership and advertising model, hundreds of agencies around Australia have committed to long-term contracts with Homely. 

The portal is also pleased to reveal that several prominent agency brands have renewed and upgraded their agreements. 

Agencies that have recently joined Homely Plus Uplift include:

Raine & Horne Ashfield and Cabramatta

Harcourts – Buderim

Vivians Real Estate – Mosman Park, WA

Earnshaws Real Estate

LJ Hooker – Penrith

The Leasing Network

Begetis Real Estate

Richardson & Wrench Cabramatta, and many more.

Kelley Seaton, from The Leasing Network, said a large portion of her enquiries now come from Homely.

The value they provide at a reasonable price point helps me deliver value to my customers and also stand out,” Ms Seaton said.

Nick Begetis, from Begetis Real Estate, said they support Homely’s mission when it comes to leveling the industry. 

“Their team works hard to deliver good value in every listing,” Mr Begetis said.

These renewals and new memberships come at a crucial time ahead of an exciting year for the portal with 2024 poised to be an important year for the Australian real estate industry. 

Homely recently announced a record year in enquiries and engagement for agents. 

Its growth strategy combined with a unique value proposition in its patented street and suburb review functionality, has seen organic traffic surge. 

Homely’s hyperlocal content results in hundreds and thousands of unique and helpful pieces of user-generated content on the site from consumers, while many of Homely’s agent partners use the platform to develop their own profiles in their local areas, while vendors who write street reviews about their properties add value to their listings. 

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