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Should there be a centralised database of properties?

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  • Should there be a centralised database of properties?

    I'm currently having to build a list of property sites to visit to watch out for latest properties, but I still feel that I'm missing out, especially those small independents who don't even have a website, but may have a few exclusive gems.

    As someone looking to buy a property, it would be so much easier to simply have a centralised list I can search by area and price.

    But is that such a good idea?

    I mean, if there are small independents with hidden gems, then would this actually benefit me more if I take the time to track them down?

    Also, would a centralised database require increased costs for sellers?