Prospecting tool is launched by platform backed by former LSL chief David Newnes

BuildYourMarket has been launched by BriefYourMarket to help agents use their local knowledge and data to win instructions.


A platform backed by former LSL director David Newnes has launched a tool that enables estate agents to prospect for new business more easily and quickly.

BuildYourMarket has been developed by which was founded by tech entrepreneur Damon Bullimore and which, in February this year, received a significant investment from Newnes.

The pair say their innovative new software leverages an estate agent’s local market knowledge with historic customer data and on-market property movement information.

It also enables them to see all local active vendors and property movements, updated every 24 hours.

“It’s like having an additional member of the team totally focused on prospecting, who is never on holiday, never off sick, never too busy and at a fraction of the cost,” says Newnes.


BuildYourMarket searches across several data sources for new instructions coming onto the market, together with changes in status – such as price change or sale fall-through – within a simple dashboard.

The data integrates with agents’ CRM systems and enables them to see if the new seller is registered as one of their buyers or if they have previously carried out a valuation for them, and then choose how to communicate with them.

Paul Wood from 10-branch Lincolnshire estate agency Pygott & Crone, says: “We’ve found that the consistency of the data from BuildYourMarket is better than any other product.

“The new information you’re getting on yesterday’s new instructions is far more robust.”

Damon Bullimore (left) says: “We wanted to give our agents a single platform where they can see every active seller, every new or missed opportunity or instruction – and that’s what we’ve achieved.”

Register your interest and sign up to use BuildYourMarket without any costs or commitments until 31st of January 2020.

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