October 18, 2011

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New Social Networks for UK Buyers and Agents


ukpropertyclub.co.uk is a new online social network aimed at bringing together people who want to pool their resources to get started in the UK property market.

getreading.co.uk reported on the launch of the website earlier this month. A statement on ukpropertyclub.co.uk explains it is aimed at first time buyers, private investors and co-letters, and the website’s creators say:

“ukpropertyclub.co.uk differentiates itself by not only getting prospective co-buyers and co-investors together but also bringing the relevant expertise together on one website, thus removing much of the frustration, hassle and stress and property buying.”

As well as connecting members, the website provides information on various housing-related issues as well as a user forum, news articles and a directory of service providers. The website is subscription based for advertisers and is currently offering an 18 month subscription for the price of a year’s access.

Prospective buyers and letters can register with the network for free and search for potential partners by user name, category, location, gender, age range and keyword.

Meanwhile, real estate information website estateagenttoday.co.uk has launched a new set of social networking capabilities on their website that allow users to set up a profile, join discussion groups and communicate with friends on their profile walls. The website says that users will soon have to be registered before they can post comments.


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