Mr Investa celebrates first year in business

Mr Investa – the dynamic buy-to-let agency – has commemorated its first year in business with the launch of its innovative new virtual reality 1-1 consultation service.

Mr Investa – the dynamic buy-to-let agency – has commemorated its first year in business with the launch of its innovative new virtual reality 1-1 consultation service.

Since starting out last year, Salford born Ryan Hughes has sold more than £5 million of property nationwide and aims to more than triple that figure in its second year.

Commenting on the company’s plan, Hughes says, “Despite founding the company during the pandemic, we have surpassed our initial projections and already have an enviable and established client base.  Having created huge waves in the buy-to-let market our new technology allows our clients – from footballers and TV personalities to landlords across the country – to view a dozen properties in the comfort of their own home or office in minutes without having to travel and in a world where time and privacy are the most precious commodities.  Our properties are all completed and tenanted generating immediate income for the new landlords whilst still producing an income for the seller during the sales process presenting unique opportunities for our clients.

No one else can currently offer the resources that we do.  Being based at HOST, in MediaCity, Salford – dubbed the fastest growing Digital and Tech hub of Europe, has enabled us to take advantage of the latest technology available and apply it to the property industry.  In the next 12 months we will triple the size of our in-house team whilst we continue to grow our social media following and our very own Mr Investa will be increasing our live streaming channel.”

Hughes concludes: “This sector of the property world is going to change dramatically in the next two years.  We are fiercely ambitious, adopting the latest innovations in Prop-Tech to the benefit of our clients.  We are creating a new buying and selling experience for buy-to-let landlords and simplifying the process with the aim of becoming the online portal for the buy to let market.”

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