In the past three weeks alone, over 1,000 properties have been listed on LSL for sale by estate agents across the country, according to a spokesperson for the firm.
The property portal is free of subscription and no fees are charged to estate agents to list properties.
A representative from LSL said that there has been a “substantial” increase in land and property auctions on the LSL platform over the past 24 months with some days seeing 4 and 5 property auctions broadcasting from across the country.
Many estate agents and auctioneers requested a timed auction facility and property listing portal where they could list all their properties for sale, even those via private treaty.
LSL now offers estate agents and property auctioneers the ability to list all properties whether they be a private treaty, timed auctions, or live broadcast hybrid auctions.
A spokesperson in a statement said: “LSL’s viewing audience has grown to over 2 million over the past 24 months and almost 100,000 followers across social media platforms.”
“Estate agents and auctioneers were keen to capitalise on the LSL audience and promote their full property listing and not just those properties for live broadcast auction.”
“LSL’s audience spans 54 countries and in the past year, properties have sold to bidders from Ireland, USA, Mainland Europe, the UK and UAE.”
“LSL has sold over 3 million lots with over 14 million bids since 2020 so it is a trusted platform not alone in Ireland but overseas.”
LSL has integrated with many estate agents’ internal software systems where any properties they wish to list on LSL can be auto uploaded from their internal software or website.
Unlike many property portals in Ireland, LSL does not charge the estate agent a subscription or licence fee and it is free to list all properties.
The company has grown in many sectors and countries since starting in 2020.
With the offering of free property listing to all estate agents in Ireland, along with LSL’s ever-growing audience, it looks like this could be the company’s largest growth area for the coming years, it believes.