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Proply and ListReady partnership offers ‘list now, pay later’ solution

Digital proposal software group Proply and real estate credit provider ListReady have teamed up to provide agents and vendors with a seamless “list now, pay later” payment solution. 

As part of the recent partnership, Proply subscribers will have the ability to let vendors defer marketing payments up to $35,000 to cover costs associated with advertising, styling, home improvements and more when listing for sale. 

The payment solution will allow vendors to repay upon settlement – or earlier – and agents are paid upfront.

“Proply has always been a tech enabler to provide turnkey solutions for real estate agents,” Proply Managing Director Geoff Lewis said. 

“What started as a digital proposal platform to help agents win listings, has grown to become an end-to-end solution – providing rich property data, digital authorities and now flexible payment options with ListReady, giving agents all the tools they need on one single platform.” 

All Proply subscribers are eligible to start offering vendors the “list now, pay later” option by ListReady. 

“In today’s market, agents are seeking technology and finance solutions to bring a point of difference in winning listings,” ListReady’s national sales manager Julian Antonescue said. 

“With Proply, agents can now present to the vendor a professional and compelling reason to list with them, combined with a finance solution with no upfront cost to the vendor. 

“It’s a win-win, as marketing campaigns can commence quicker, are higher quality and reach more buyers – all without the vendor needing to open their wallet.” 

Both Proptech companies share the same vision of bringing simple yet sophisticated technology to real estate. 

Proply offers a 30-day free trial for new agents interested in the platform, with paid-for subscriptions including access to ListReady’s “list now, pay later” solution.

For more information, visit proplyapp.com.au.

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