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America's housing market is booming with home prices nationwide now back to where they were a decade ago, just before the financial crisis First-time buyers should start looking now says Trulia The spring homebuying season may be long gone but that doesn’t mean first-time buyers should wait another 6 months to start looking A real estate agency which has already seen success in the UK and Australia is preparing for a US launch and will hire hundreds of agents in the coming months. Purplebricks is a hybrid agency which combines local real estate professionals with cutting edge technologySellers pay a flat fee when the firm is instructed rather than if their home sells. “Purplebricks is launching in the US, with a distinct offering, which aims to offer a better deal for customers and a compelling opportunity for highly skilled, experienced Local Real Estate Experts,” said Purplebricks US CEO Eric Eckardt“Our plans are progressing well and we remain on-course to launch in the second half of 2017.” California’s hot housing market has been chosen as the firm’s first foray into the US and real estate agents joining the firm will have exclusive zip-code areas and benefit from lead-generation marketing including TV spots. “We are looking to recruit the very best real estate agents who want to be highly successful and who want to spend their time helping and supporting customers rather than prospecting for leads,” said Purplebricks founder and group CEO Michael Bruce“We will provide them with a stimulating customer centric culture and market leading support to help them build scalable, profitable businesses.” The California launch is due to be followed by a ‘controlled roll-out’ to other states as requiredAgents interested in finding out more can email More market update: Discovery Channel founder’s $149 million ranch listed Open Mortgage expands wholesale program

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