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Self-funded iPhone social media app for home movers goes live

Young entrepreneur wants home movers, agents, landlords and tenants to use his app to research, discuss and enquire about properties.

Nigel Lewis

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A free smartphone app that is a cross between Facebook, a storage drive and a property portal has launched on the Apple App Store.

DoorProp enables agents, buyers, vendors, home-owners, landlords and tenants to communicate with each other on a single platform.

The app, which has been in ‘stealth’ beta mode since at least June, has ambitious aims and is promising to ‘revolutionise the next generation of property’.

It hopes to do this by connecting all the players in home owning, selling and renting to meet in one place to talk about property and share information, advice and properties for sale. The self-funded app also enables home owners and landlords to keep all the relevant details about their property in one place, making it easier and quicker to instruct sales and letting agents.

Reviews

Users can also read and generate reviews of landlords, tenants, agents and properties to inform their next move.

The app provides a messaging platform to enable those involved in the property world to talk to each other.

“It will let agents and landlords network and secure work and new tenants, allow trades to find jobs and help tenants find great properties all revolving around the property itself,” founder James Beare tells The Negotiator (pictured, main image).

“In terms of finance, it is self funded with a view to looking to raise in the near future.”

The company behind the app is registered at a St Albans address and has two directors – Beare and management consultant Victoria Bosworth – and was incorporated in February of this year.

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August 11, 2020

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