A new Real Estate Referral Partner platform and Marketplace, PartnerSss, is entering Beta and allowing a limited number of early members to be able to enter into real estate partnerships with Chinese realtors. This opens the door to the Chinese market making it more accessible to any real estate investor. This news is being with an enthusiastic response.
Many realtors, real estate investors and foreign startups quickly learn how difficult it can be to break into the Chinese market. Experts agree, traditional methods like spending money advertising on property listing platforms just does not provide much return for cross border deals. Experienced realtors are leveraging local partners. And now, thanks to the innovative new Real Estate Referral Parnter and Marketplace platform entering into beta, PartnerSss, finding local partners to establish “win/win” business relationships growing International real estate referral network including finding Chinese real estate partner is about to become more easy than ever.
“As there are only small amount of agencies who are able to facilitate the cross border deals, the choices of the projects and the information investors receive are limited,” commented Tanya, a regional sales of a global derivative broker turned founder of PartnerSss, . “Many realtors all over the world are disappointed that the advertising spending on Chinese property listing sites only bring them couple leads here and there. Some realtors have learned that the way to go is to form the partnership with Chinese resellers. But not all of them have the resources and the time to travel to Asia every now and then to establish and manage these relationships. PartnerSss changes that whole dynamic for the better.”
Tanya continued, “All realtors should have equal access to this large market (Asian buying overseas properties). One of our primary goals is to provide opportunities of all sizes, which deliver quality services, to flourish. It is about empowering business of all size to grow globally. It is also about creating a more transparent market that will ultimately benefit investors. This is what inspired me to leave my quite successful area of employment and make PartnersSss a reality!”
The platform is set up to make it easy for realtors and resellers to meet online and come to a reseller agreement on Chinese and other Asian properties. The vision, according to the company, is for both ends of this kind of real estate relationship to be able to better monetize their resources. Individuals and companies using the platform are rated after each transaction in a way that's similar to popular sites like TripAdvisor giving “crowdsourced” actionable information on who may (or may not) make good partners for real estate deals on both ends of the transaction.
All of this is incredibly important and relevant. The real data points towards tens of billions of dollars being spent outside China by Chinese real estate investors and the Chinese market itself providing the same kind of opportunities for foreign investors within China. The PartnerSss Real Estate Parnter and Marketplace platform opens these kinds of opportunities and much more.
The beta of the Real Estate Referral Partner and Marketplace platform will be made available for free till the end of 2014. Clearly, this is an idea whose time has come.
Think Alibaba or Linkedin.com, but instead of bringing together romantically inclined singles, PartnerSss links up real estate professionals. Specifically, it is an online platform that connects realtors and resellers across the globe for the purpose of collaborating on and closing real estate investment deals. Despite advances made in other areas of business and social networking, a surprising amount of activity within real estate is still conducted off-line. PartnerSss aims to change this. The platform also provides a real estate market place for participants to offer services required throughout the value chain of any property transaction. In other words, PartnerSss makes it easy for people to monetize their resources by taking their offline activities online.
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