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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
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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.

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