OneDome, which owns two websites, onedome.com and nethouseprices.com, has partnered with property data specialist Sprift.
The Sprift dashboard will be integrated within OneDome Pro, the free platform accessible to all estate agents listing with the business.
Sprift allows estate agents to produce agency-branded market appraisal reports to win vendor instructions and key-facts guides to better inform buyers.
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Agents will also have access to data about every property in the UK, including previous sale and listing history, energy performance certificates (EPCs), planning data, Land Registry Title Plans, and more.
Agents using OneDome Pro will be provided six months of free access to all benefits of Sprift, after which they will still have optional access alongside other products that the platform offers via a pay per report or monthly fee model.
Babek Ismayil (pictured), CEO of OneDome, said: “We are focused on doing everything possible to equip our agents with the best tools to help them to win more business and generate more revenue.
“This is why we decided to open our platform to successful proptech companies that provide agents with valuable solutions.
“Two months ago, we were asked to bring the functionality that could compete with Rightmove Plus reports.
“We evaluated various products and feel that Sprift reports are far superior to the ones currently offered by major portals.”
Matt Gilpin, CEO of Sprift, added: “Since 2016 the core mission of Sprift has been to aggregate and cleanse property data at individual property level, because without a single source of truth at the outset, there is no chance our industry can begin to tackle lengthy transaction times and improve processes.
“Data on any UK property can be viewed instantly on Sprift and partnering with the best portals and suppliers hugely accelerates our work.
“Today’s launch with OneDome is really exciting because of the sheer number of agents already listing with them and their rate of growth.”