New platform aimed at challenging portals will open up listings to anyone with a smartphone

By John Michonski 0 Comments NEWS, News

My Backyard is a new app that will allow anyone with a smartphone to upload and post their own property listings directly from their smartphone or tablet.

The service, described as an "e-platform for private landlords and sellers", has recently reached out to potential investors, seeking capital to launch and challenge older portals.

Currently, My Backyard is asking for funding on Crowdcube, a crowdfunding website. They're asking for 150,000 euro, which amounts to 21.43% of the business.

There is currently a pitch description on their page, but it's hidden. Here's what it says, however. “The concept of My Backyard (MB) is simple: take one user (tenant/buyer), one provider (landlord/vendor/agent) and connect. We aim to connect all property providers (lettings/sales) with users on one platform. Whether you want short or long-term accommodation, a house share/house let, to buy a flat or mansion, users will be able to find their property type, providers, and prospective tenants/buyers.”



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