Brand-new Social Network Platform Intends To Revolutionize The Property Market

And as the home market slows down a brand new social media platform plans to switch things around. The application called TenSixty is transmitting Queensland residential properties all over the world to attract additional interest.

TenSixty brings some of the planet’s most expensive properties to your mobile phone as astonishing short videos shot by agents.

TenSixty is currently in beta, but is open to anyone to use. As they claim Tensixty is making real estate social.

This app delivers realtors the capability to video a quick tour of a home right after it is on the market. No waiting on professional videos to get uploaded to web sites you’ll get a fantastic preview just about as quickly as the documents are signed – and that’s a fantastic perk for sellers as well as buyers.

If you’re thinking of selling, ensure you ask a reliable agent just like BK Trivedi about TenSixty. Not only will it get your property out there more rapidly, but TenSixty are about to introduce the ability for agents to quickly post the video on vital social media apps such as Facebook, Tik Tok, YouTube and Instagram, placing your property in front of hundreds, if not thousands, of potential buyers at the swipe of a screen.

If you would like more information on selling your home go to BK Trivedi Properties  or call BK Trivedi – 0477 372 263

For further information about Ten Sixty click here:, or here to get Ten Sixty from the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store.

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