Technology company Offr, which allows all property market sale methods - auction, private treaty and sealed bids - digitally and remotely is entering the Australian market.
The move into Australia comes a year ahead of the company's planned timeframe due to overwhelming demand from leading local companies following Covid-19 restrictions.
The Offr platform, which was launched six months ago in Ireland, allows real estate agents and auctioneers to offer the entire online sales process through their own existing websites.
Offr's chief executive and founder Robert Hoban, along with co-founder and Sydney native, Niall Dawson, said the company is in the right place at the right time to deliver what the global market needs.
Robert Hoban said the company's first sale in Ireland - where all 17 parties worked from their own homes due to the Coronavirus lock-down - shows that everything is possible in the "new normal".
"Registered bids were made, deposits paid, and contracts signed with the involvement of lawyers all from the safety of home," he said.
"We don't know how long the Covid-19 regulations will be in place and therefore we are seeing a huge surge of interest from property industries all over the world including the UK, Ireland, Australia and the USA. Vendors won’t be able to wait indefinitely to get back into the market," he stated.
"We seem to be the only technology that allows real estate agents and auctioneers to conduct the entire sale process from their own websites which is a big plus in a world where everything is changing at a rapid pace. Companies want to keep as much consistency and control as they can," the CEO added.