Keller Williams has entered into a partnership agreement in the UK with Investerge, whose CEO is Richard Jacques, the former lettings director and head of property investment at Purplebricks.
Keller Williams says its aim is to widen its service offering, giving their customers access to its property investment marketplace.
Investerge, an online investment marketplace, has been set up to provide a portal for national and international un-advertised investment properties. Jason Cannon, Operating Principal, Keller Williams, said, “Our mission has always been to become life-long partners to our clients and provide them with knowledge and advice whether they are buying, selling or investing.
“We are known for our residential expertise around the world and the quality of our staff – all trained by the Keller Williams academy. With the recent opportunities and changes to the property investment market in the UK we believe that working with Investerge, a focused, professional and dedicated to investment, will offer an even more compelling service and solution to our clients.”
Richard Jacques, CEO, Investerge Ltd added, “It is extremely exciting for us to partner with Keller Williams and a brilliant beginning for Investerge. As a start-up, we have a vision of the way a new generation of investors will want to work and invest.
“We are building technology that we believe will change the property investment industry and combined with the provision of a new concierge level of service to buyers and sellers that focuses on knowledge, information and access, Investerge brings a new fresh approach to the sector.
“We aim to be the UK’s central investment solution that property investors, estate agents and property brokers embrace to enhance their offering and provide new business opportunities for all.”
The first part of the partnership has already started with the development of an introducer App which provides the KW team with immediate access to our investment marketplace and giving their clients access to new un-advertised opportunities.