Tenacious Tech Startup cutting users in on company success

Recently launched Dorset-based proptech company HOMIBLE is setting its sights squarely at the Holy Grail of the property world – to reimagine the entire property lifecycle. Their launch product is a tool that they claim, ‘thrusts the management of our homes into the 21st century’. The platform covers everything from energy to pets, cars to insurance, household projects to tenancy documents, and they plan to cut their users into the action. In the words of HOMIBLE CEO Stephen Geran,


“HOMIBLE is giving users a place to call home online. Other companies would have us believe our homes are nothing more than a tariff or a bill. This just isn’t the case. We have to manage so much under one roof in the real world, so we’ve replicated this online”


“Stephen and his team have laid out a unique vision for the property industry; one that creates transparency, choice and best of all, takes power away from the corporate giants. Laying out a grand vision isn’t exclusive to HOMIBLE, what is exclusive to the team is the compelling mechanism HOMIBLE have in place to reverse engineer the industry – and the first to hear of this mechanism are the ‘Local Homies’” T.J Investor


In a unique twist, HOMIBLE are not keeping their juicy roadmap and future plans in the board room, they’re engaging directly with a limited number of users in each region. Homible are looking to sign up 10,000 ‘Local Homies’ spread evenly across the UK (1 to every 2500 homes). This band of like-minded people are privy to information usually reserved for fat cats at corporate level. That’s not all. ‘Local Homies’ will be able to earn money through a referral system only they have access to.


“We believe most users could easily refer 50 other people to sign up to their homes online profile. That would be £500 in commission. Just share a unique link and that’s it…..easy money” Stephen Geran


There’s no upper limit to earnings and Stephen hopes there will be the odd ‘Super Homie’ who wants to earn a real income from the system. Referral systems aren’t new or innovative, but Homible are seeking to go a step further with their Local Homie project. Successful applicants not only get commissions and inside information into the plans for the company, they’re also shown how the plans will personally benefit them.


“Let’s make no bones about it, for a company to succeed, a great product isn’t enough, we need a loyal following. What better way to generate that than by cutting them into our success. We aren’t talking £5 Amazon vouchers here, but real life changing benefits for those who believe in what we’re building.” Stephen Geran


Homible claims to be laying the foundations for a completely new way for properties to be managed and transacted, one which the stubbornly resilient monopoly won’t see coming.

Intrigued? Homible is now live nationally but is currently looking to sign up 100 people from the Bournemouth and Poole area to their Local Homie project. Places are on a first come first served basis. The only conditions are that you must own or rent a property and have an active Homible account.


We’re going to be chatting more to Stephen in a few weeks about what it takes to start up a tech business in rural Dorset. He’s definitely one to go against the curve, so keep an eye out or sign up to our e-news to hear more!


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