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Housing and Property

The Landsite Online Ltd

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Jul 24th 2020 - Dec 31st 2020

The Landsite is the UK's first online property portal that connects various entities within the property industry such as developers, legal services, insurance advisors and architects, to one another, simplifying the process of finding and buying a property. By registering with The Landsite, a business/professional can list their business as operating in a specific region of the country and appear against all property searches that take place in that same region. The user then needs to put in their postcode or address and can then access properties within that region, as well as, seek available professional guidance to zero in upon a potential purchase. The platform also has an insights page that aims to become a recruitment, training and educational hub for the property industry. The company will use the investment to grow its business across different verticals.

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