We were proud to be recently featured in both the Financial Times and Property Industry Eye.
The Financial Times – FT Wealth Magazine
The article examines how the super-rich use off-market selling to maintain privacy. For some, this can mean discretion in a traditional sense. For others this means market discretion – they avoid signs of price cuts and long periods of time on the open market, which removes the danger of appearing ‘stale’.
The article subsequently explains that Invisible Homes is changing the nature of off-market, by making it accessible to buyers and sellers at all price levels.
‘The benefits of off-market selling used to be limited to the super rich: we’ll make it available to the guy with a property for £100,000’
Property Industry Eye
Invisible Homes featured as the top news story of the day.
Their article explores how our model is set to change the property market, by democratizing off-market property for buyers and sellers and delivering benefits to all.
While off-market is simply a better way to sell, our model allows very low overheads, so we’re able to offer our sellers a lower commission and in turn, pass on real savings in fees.
In our area of launch – Fulham – our mission to bring the ‘benefits of off-market selling to everyone’ is already being realized. We register many more buyers than local estate agents, and in recent months have taken on more sellers than all but three of Fulham’s traditional agents.
Looking to buy or sell your home in Fulham? Register with Invisible Homes here.