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Successful US firm launches off-plan property sales ‘disruptor’ in UK

Hauskey offers buyers and investors up to 2% of a property's value if they buy off-plan via its platform.

Nigel Lewis

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US off-plan property platform Hauskey has officially launched in the UK promising to disrupt how this kind of property is bought, marketed and sold here.

Already successful in the US and Canada after launching in those markets three years ago, Hauskey offers buyers and investors cash incentives to purchase properties off-plan via its platform.

These cash incentives are taken from the fees charged by Hauskey to developers to market their properties and introduce buyers, which agents and/or portals normally keep. A close look at its social media reveals that it offers ‘cash back’ of around 2% – so £5,500 on a £275,000 off-plan apartment.


Buyers and investors are also offered discounts if they refer a scheme to others, and Hauskey says it offers the ability to pay for properties off-plan via cryptocurrencies.

Its website currently offers off-plan properties in Leeds, Manchester, Preston and Birmingham, the South East but with ‘lots more to come’.

The UK arm, which has a Manchester HQ, is headed up by Gavinlee Ellison, who is also helps run a sports management company, indicating where Hauskey hopes to find some of its first customers.

Hauskey has also signed up a clutch of UK developers including Alliance Investments, Salboy, X1 Developments and Beech Holdings.

offplan kawaleNeel Kawale, Co-Founder and CEO of Haüskey Inc (pictured) says: “We are excited to expand our services to property developers, investors and buyers across the pond. The UK has seen rapid growth in residential development and it is certainly an exciting time to bring our experience and expertise to this promising market.”

Hauskey is registered with The Property Ombudsman, NAEA Propertymark, and is a firm ‘Regulated by RICS’.

It is also registered with the ICO and HMRC’s Anti-Money Laundering Scheme.

Read more about off-plan properties.

December 6, 2021

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