The founder of Doorsteps, Akshay Ruparelia, was recently featured on Channel 4, in one of their programmes. In the show they focused on the great success that Doorsteps has found due to the innovative way, they offer their services to people that want to sell their homes. You can see the full video here.
recently posted a video on their Facebook account about Doorsteps. In this
video, they presented the founder of the company, Akshay Ruparelia, and explained his business model, that has resulted in one of
the most successful UK estate agencies. Additionally, they shared a valuable
tip from the founder of Doorsteps, stating that “If your gut instinct about
setting up a business feels right, just go with it. You´ll never make a million
if you don´t take risks.”
Doorsteps is working hard to provide the best service to people that want to sell their house fast and hassle-free. More and more people trust them by the day and this was reflected in the recent award ceremonies, where Doorsteps won the 21st-century icon and the award for start-up of the year 2017. Both of these awards, make the whole team really proud, that their hard work and dedication has helped so many people.
Doorsteps is paving the way to a future where people are treated fairly in regard to house selling, so no one has to pay huge fees for simple but yet really important transactions.
Doorsteps was featured in a recent article of the Economic Times. The article talks about the founder of the Company Akshay Ruparelia and gives emphasis on the fact that Doorsteps wants to change the way people are seeing estate agents, as they offer to sell their house for the only £99 commission.
Doorsteps was featured in a recent unilad article. Among the things discussed, the writers emphasise that after talking with the founder of the company, Akshay Ruparelia, they understood that Doorsteps wanted to be part of the technological disruption that is apparent in our society. They wanted to leave behind the old-fashioned way of working as an estate agent and bring the cheapest and best service to their clients.
Doorsteps, the company that has changed the way people are selling their houses with their unmatched £99 pound commission, has just hit another milestone. In October 2017, the offices of Doorsteps got an impressive amount of calls and emails from people that wanted a fair service when it comes to selling their house. In particular, more than 258 properties looking for their new owner, were added to the database of Doorsteps.
This is a clear sign that people are tired of huge real estate agent commissions and they just want to sell their homes at a fair price and not worry about lengthy procedures. Doorsteps take care of all of that, which can be proven by the impressive amount of houses sold during that period. £25 million worth of homes found their new owner through Doorsteps, leaving both sellers and buyers satisfied.
If you want to take advantage of this unbeatable service, call or email Doorsteps, and they will take care of the rest.
Scoop Whoop has featured Doorsteps in a recent release. The article emphasises on the fact that in just over a year Doorsteps has been able to get valued at £12 million, all thanks to the unbeatable business plan that starts with the £99 commission fee.
Doorsteps was featured in a recent article of Business Standard. In the article, the founder of Doorsteps, Akshay Ruparelia, expressed that with his business model he wants to turn the property selling market away from agents in flashy suits. That’s why he has set a flat rate commission of only £99 for selling any house.
Yourstory has featured Doorsteps in one of their recent releases. One of the things talked in the article is the new prospect that Doorsteps brings into the estate market, as the business offers to sell properties at a fraction of the price charged by established estate agents.
The economic times recently released an article about Doorsteps. They describe the work of Doorsteps, and emphasize on the expansion of the company which is set to double in size with investors having already handed half a million pounds to get their hands-on shares.