Glasgow, United Kingdom (PressExposure) April 17, 2009 -- As selling property privately becomes an extremely popular way of selling homes, a new company is launched that could revolutionise the way people sell houses in the UK.
Zungalow.com allows people to advertise their property whether they would like to sell it, are curious to see if anyone would buy it, or simply to show off the interior design on show within the house. All this is possible because a standard package with Zungalow.com is free.
The free package is limited by comparison to our paid silver and gold packages, but it is perfect for anyone who is curious what kind of interest there would be in their home, before committing on whether or not they are actually going to sell," said Zungalow director Richard McKay.The standard package allows users to add one property with up to 5 images, and a "system generated" short description."Our silver and gold packages allow much better presentation of properties [http://www.zungalow.com/membership.aspx], including video walk-through and much larger descriptions written by the owner (or seller).
We therefore recommend these packages to anyone committed to selling their property(ies)," continued Richard.Zungalow's silver package allows users to add up to 3 properties with up to 10 images, a video walk-through, and written description of up to 1000 characters for Â£29 per annum.The Gold package allows 20 properties, each with up to 15 images and a 1500 word description, as well as a video walk-through, for Â£149 per annum.Though the larger packages can be used by agents, Richard was keen to point out that Zungalow is most definitely focussed on becoming a community based portal for people selling property privately."The larger packages are mainly to allow people to show their property off more. Though we won't turn agents away, we hope that Zungalow will become a social community for UK homeowners, and that the community atmosphere will make it a comfortable environment for buying and selling property privately," he said.!