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Offr aims to remove stumbling blocks during property deals

Convoluted conveyancing practices are streamlined by using smart tech, says Offr founder Robert Hoban

22nd September, 2019
Niall Dawson, Robert Hoban and Philip Farrell, founders, Offr

In a sector stymied by trust and transparency issues, Offr, a new Irish prop-tech start-up, is set to revolutionise the way we buy and sell property in Ireland and has the sector abuzz since its official launch last week.

By creating an online step-by-step system, Offr will reduce the time it takes to transact property from a current average of five months in Dublin and seven months nationally to just three.

The idea is to...

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