OneDome on the acquisition trial to buy more brokers from agencies

Property transaction platform boss Babek Ismayil says the end-to-end property transaction company is continuing on the acquisition trail and wants to buy more brokerages.

Babek Ismayil, OneDome

OneDome, the end-to-end property transaction company, has had such good feedback to its Homebuyer Service it wants to buy more mortgage brokerages from estate agents.

Chief Executive and Founder Babek Ismayil (main picture) says the service has seen a triple-digit year-on-year revenue growth despite a weaker property market.


OneDome‘s HomeBuyer Service simplifies the entire property purchase by bundling together all the services needed to buy a property into one package at a fixed price – cheaper than purchasing these services separately.

Now the firm is determined to snap up more mortgage broker businesses.

The Neg reported in January how the portal had acquired CMME Mortgage and Protection from Livingbridge backed CMME Group for an undisclosed sum.

Ismayil says: “We are thrilled with the remarkable success of our HomeBuyer Service.

“Our customers’ satisfaction is at the core of everything we do, and the positive reception has motivated us to acquire more mortgage brokers.

“Whilst we are actively looking for mortgage broker businesses to acquire, our primary goal remains centered on delivering exceptional value and an unmatched experience for homebuyers and estate agents.”


And he adds: “This is why we are particularly looking to acquire mortgage firms owned by estate agents.

“We can guarantee an exceptional level of service to both agents and their clients while removing the burden of managing a highly regulated business.”

OneDome launched its property listing website in late 2019 as an alternative to Rightmove and Zoopla.

It has also partnered with several estate agents and housebuilders to provide their clients with property transaction management service via its eHomeBuying platform which enables buyers to find a property, apply and get a mortgage and complete the conveyancing process online in one place.

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