Listing off-market commercial properties online with proptech specialist Consorto is easy to do – and brings a host of benefits with it.
Sometimes, sellers may be a little wary of listing off-market commercial properties online for various reasons, but there is a simple solution that enables them to have total control of how much information is shared.
By uploading a Private Listing on Consorto – the fastest-growing pan-European commercial proptech online marketplace – sellers can limit the amount of data published but still maximise the sales potential.
Private listings are ideal for commercial property sellers
Private listings on Consorto are ideal for commercial property sellers, agents and brokers who:
- Are trying Consorto for the first time
- Are wary of adding too much information
- Have limited authorisation from their client
- Want to protect their professional reputation
- Have signed non-disclosure agreements (NDAs)
- Want to limit the amount of publicly-available data
- Are new to using proptech sites.
Consorto guides users through the process of posting their Private Listings and shows how they can control the data published.
Consorto Chief Executive Officer, Philip Verzun says, “Private Listings provide the ultimate flexibility for customers who want to limit the amount of commercial property data they can share.
“The most obvious example is off-market listings, which make up half of all commercial property listings in Europe. But Private Listings are also ideal for users who, for whatever reason, have to restrict the amount of real estate information shared or the audience reached.
“Private listings give sellers added confidence, yet still allow them to promote their properties to commercial property buyers and investors around the world.”
Private listings allow users to hide prices and any details they wish and can ensure that interested parties sign NDAs before further information is provided.
Private Listings users register for free with Consorto to begin uploading property. Listing is free of charge. Sellers only pay a fee once their deal is complete and it is the same rate as standard property sales.