Settled rebrands

Settled software on laptop imageSettled, the software platform which connects every step in the home moving journey is rolling out a brand new logo, website and visual identity that articulates its vision of a calmer, more streamlined process transporting buyers and sellers to completion more joyfully.

The rebrand follows a strong period of growth for the company, which secured £1.2 million funding from leading European VCs Connect Ventures and Piton Capital earlier this year. With over £500 million worth of homes listed on the platform since its launch, and average customer savings of £5000, the business is poised for further growth.

Settled’s business is fixing problems in real estate transactions; eradicating issues such as gazumping, so that home buyer and seller transactions to be calmer and more assured.

It has halved the time it takes for customers to complete a home sale from the national average of sixteen weeks to just eight, and is significantly reducing fall-through rates – doubling the likelihood that a home transaction will complete.

New features such as ‘Strengthen & Secure’, designed to bring buyers and sellers closer together after an offer has been made, encourage both parties to strengthen their position with a completion pledge which protects the offer agreement and both parties’ commitment to completion.

Gemma Young, CEO and Co-Founder of Settled said,

“We profoundly understand the problems that lead to breakages in the real estate journey and care deeply about buyers and sellers. It’s for that reason that Settled has focused on fixing the problems in real estate. Ultimately this means thinking outside of the box and building a different model.”

Paul Young, CMO and Co-Founder of Settled added, “It’s no surprise that the Government is looking at ways to bolster the economy in the wake of Brexit. A more fluid property market will ultimately result in higher levels of property transactions and increased economic contributions. Property, legal and financial companies all have a responsibility to allow transactions to flow more easily, and, with this in mind there’s never been a better time to innovate.”

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