Property tracking site for estate agents receives £100,000 boost

Vizzihome on track for continued growth after securing backing from Finance Yorkshire

Online property market database Vizzihome is set for expansion after receiving a £100,000 cash boost from Finance Yorkshire.

Collecting data in real-time as properties go up for sale, Vizzihome holds over 200 million records, which it sells to estate agents, enabling them to analyse their market share.

Providing data to 200 clients nationwide, the service has expanded its offering to sectors including furniture companies and insurance, alerting businesses when customers are on the move.

The funding comes from Finance Yorkshire, developed as a Joint European Resources for Micro to Medium Enterprises Initiative (JEREMIE) to support small and medium-sized companies based in Yorkshire.

With growth doubling year on year, Vizzihome plans to use the investment to continue the steady rate of expansion, develop its software and employ more staff.

Co-founder Jeremy Ward commented on the company’s success: “The business has been very successful because there is nobody else doing this. We invented our own unique system, It’s not just about getting the data it’s about how to make sense of it.”

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