Commingle: How can it help you sell your home?

Commingle helps you cut through the noise and find the real estate agent, broker or conveyancer who’s right for you.

Commingle-logoPicking the right real estate agent can be a daunting task. You have to balance local knowledge, the right marketing strategy and individualised attention with cost to make sure you’re getting the best price for your property and not paying more than you should in fees and commissions. Online platform Commingle can help you cut through the noise to find the agent who best suits your needs.

What is Commingle?

Commingle is an online marketplace connecting property sellers with real estate agents, brokers and conveyancers. The service is free to consumers and allows property vendors to find the best real estate agent proposal to suit their selling needs.

Users have access to more than 45,000 real estate agents, 1,500 brokers and 2,000 conveyancers. Commingle provides bespoke proposals for property vendors, helping them find the best deal on offer.

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Fill in your details to get free real estate agent proposals with Commingle

Receive a free property valuation, compare agent commissions and fees and choose the best real estate agent for you with Commingle.

  • Save time and money finding the right agent to sell your property.
  • Commingle is a free service that can negotiate on your behalf to get the best deal.
  • All your details will remain confidential.

How does it work?

Property vendors enter their personal details and the details of their property on the Commingle website. An agent from Commingle then gets in touch to confirm the details.

Within 48 hours of putting forward your property details, Commingle will provide you with quotes from various agents. The site will then carry out further negotiations on your behalf to help you build a shortlist of agents.

Once you’ve compiled a shortlist, you make the final decision about your preferred agent and Commingle will facilitate an introduction. The company also responds to all the other agents who have put forward proposals and closes out the quoting process.

How do I get started?

Click the button below to be taken to the Commingle website. From there you can enter your personal details such as your name, email address and phone number, along with the details of the property you are selling. Commingle will not share any of these details with agents unless you ask it to.

A Commingle representative will then be in touch to confirm your details. Within 48 hours, you’ll receive quotes from various agents and Commingle will work with you to build a shortlist and select the agent, broker or conveyancer who’s right for you.

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