Twillis, the only online real estate ecosystem that allows access to thousands of engaged property professionals, has launched out of Australia.
Since its official launch in February 2018, Twillis has built a database of 20,000 highly-engaged licensed agents and has a 10 per cent market share on off-plan property sales in Australia. It brings agents together and creates the ability for transactions to occur in real-time with transparency across Australia and South East Asia.
Twillis has also achieved month-on-month growth of 40 per cent in resources since February 2018, with an international team based in Sydney, individually handpicked to develop Twillisâ€™ unique capabilities.
Twillisâ€™s ecosystem is campaign-based and charges zero per cent on commissions. The platform increases the saleability of properties in declining markets, using a multichannel strategy to deploy visible commissions for agents. Twillis is breaking down boundaries for agents to sell any type of property, anywhere in the world.
Twillis also reduces the need for holding expensive events or exhibitions, or even contacting agents individually regarding certain properties, as listings of projects are accessible in real-time, and with full transparency of a peer-reviewed network.
Matthew McGrath, Senior Business Solutions Manager at Twillis, believes the company is unique in the marketplace, giving agents a new way of selling in declining markets.
â€œTwillis breaks down boundaries and allows agents to sell any type of property, anywhere. It gives confidence and controls back to agents to sell faster, no matter the market conditions,â€ says Mr McGrath.
â€œConfidence and control shouldnâ€™t ever be dictated by economic conditions. Twillis provides real estate agents with the tools they need to increase their commission and generate market leads â€“ from networking to marketing resources, transparent commission fees and limitless opportunities for growth across regions.
â€œWeâ€™re seeing transactions occur between agents who have never previously met each other before â€“ this is what itâ€™s all about â€“ allowing the industry to connect in the ever-changing digital landscape,â€ Mr McGrath adds.