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Innovative technology increases certainty of sale
View, bid, buy and digitally sign contracts
Collaborative platform for solicitors, agents, buyers and sellers
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Host an auction directly on your website
A fully digitised and automated sale process
The digital solution for agents, landlords and tenants.
Innovative service for forward thinking agents
Buyers can place offers or bid in auctions
Broadcast to bidders during an auction
Integrate all 3D tours in one place
Provide early access to contracts
Showcase videos through the button
Flexible viewings by appointment
Contact agents quickly and securely
Downloadable floorplans & property brochures
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Bring customers to your website to bid, buy and complete the purchase, anytime, anywhere.
Offr uses innovative technology that enables buyers to make private offers, bid in auctions, book viewings, upload proof of funds, download legal documents and even digitally sign contracts using Docusign… on any device anywhere.
Transform your website into a transactional site in a matter of minutes with the Offr button fully customised to your brand colours. Buyers can then arrange viewings, place offers, bid in auctions and so much more.
Allow vendors and purchasers to transact end to end, online, from anywhere in the world. Accessible 24/7, no need to wait for office hours to book a viewing, source a document or place an offer.
Learn how to host an Auction on your own website or sell a property, end to end using digital technologies such as DocuSign, Stripe and AWS.
Through the Offr platform you can run your business from anywhere!
The Offr button sits on an agents website and launches a panel which allows potential buyers to bid in Auctions, make offers on properties, book viewings, upload proof of ID and download legal documents.
The Offr button sits on an agent's website and launches a panel which allows potential buyers to bid in Auctions, make offers on properties, book viewings, upload proof of ID and download legal documents.
Viewings instantly booked with a single tap using 'Offr Live Booking' facility.
Exchange and complete seamlessly with legal document exchange, contracts & electronic signatures.
Sellers can track the sale of their property on personal dashboards in real time. Buyers are kept informed instantly of all offers, upcoming viewings and updated legal documents. Agents stay connected with under-bidders and maintain momentum.
Offr aims to remove stumbling blocks during property deals
In a sector stymied by trust and transparency issues, Offr, a new Irish prop-tech start-up, is set to revolutionise the way we buy and sell property in Ireland.
Proptech start-ups that could change the way you buy, sell and let your home
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‘Offer management’ platform to launch in UK co-founded by star agent
Created by an Irish tech firm which has recently moved its operations to London, it is backed by an investment of €1 million from two Irish banks and has been in Beta mode for the past 18 months.
Could you cut months off your deal time
Sitting on estate agents’ websites, Offr will store bidders’ identities and proofs of funds in advance of the acceptance of any offers, in an effort to improve the transparency of the sales process.
PropTech platform claiming to halve transaction time wins cash boost
A PropTech platform that claims to halve the time a transaction takes has received a huge cash injection from investors for its development.
BidX1 veteran Hoban&#039;s Offr accepted as he raises €3m of fresh funding
Offr, a property tech startup co-founded by former Savills and Allsop / BidX1 auctioneer Robert Hoban, has raised €3m in funding from Barclays Bank and a group of angel investors and venture capital firms.
Proptech start-up Offr secures Barclays backing for UK debut
Irish proptech start-up Offr has raised £2.7m in seed funding, led by Barclays, for its launch in the UK and Australia. Existing investors Delta Partners, on behalf of Bank of Ireland, AIB, Enterprise Ireland, The European Investment Fund and Frontline Ven
Check out the pitch deck real estate startup Offr used to raise $3.6 million in seed funding during Covid
Irish proptech startup Offr has raised a £2.7 million ($3.6 million) seed funding round from Barclays.
Offr launches digital platform in UK and Australia
Proptech company Offr have today launched its digital platform for buying, selling and leasing property in the UK and Australia.
Offr raises €3m in funding round led by Barclays
The funding round was led by Barclays, and included 30 Irish and overseas investors. The company had initially targeted €1 million for the funding round.
It brings Offr’s total funding to €4 million, with previous investors include Delta Partners, Frontli
Tech Talk Radio: Covid-busting fundraises
It’s back to school this week, and what better way to get back into the swing of things than with EG’s tech and global reporter Lucy Alderson, who spoke with Irish proptech start-up Offr’s co-founder and chief executive Robert Hoban to discuss the company’
Offr, a London-based platform for real estate agents and buyers, raised $3.5 million in seed funding.
Barclays led the round and was joined by investors including Delta Partners on behalf of Bank of Ireland, AIB, Enterprise Irelan
How to sell a house in three months:new tech platform Offr cuts average time it takes to sell in half
A property revolution is promised for London from this month, in the shape of Offr, a tech platform that can facilitate wholly online transactions.
Global first: House is sold direct via a property portal listing for £560,000
A family house in Ireland is being claimed as the first in the world to be sold directly via an online auction on a property portal.The auction took place on Friday afternoon simultaneous on MyHome.ie, which is Ireland’s answer to Rightmove, and the websit