PropertyBid is Canada’s first fully transparent online offer negotiation technology. The realtors-only platform is a cutting edge alternative to the traditional offer-and-negotiate model and is created to bring full transparency into the selling and buying process. The real-time bidding technology creates an auction-like experience, keeping all stakeholders on the same page for transparency, efficiency and accelerated decisions.
PropertyBid’s platform was designed by realtors to fetch top dollars for sellers by attracting more engaged buyers, who in turn, will enter the bidding process with confidence to compete for a home without the fear of overpayment. The open bidding format will allow buyers to adjust their offers accordingly by knowing exactly what they need to do to get ahead of the competition.
Our platform is created by industry leaders who have built online platforms and marketplaces for some of the world's largest companies. We are PCI compliant and our platform has been tested to support upwards of 85 million users. We have done all of the heavy lifting so that you can feel confident and secure that everything will work when you need it.
Meet the Team
These are the people who successfully lead our business and provide amazing customer service.
Founder & CEO
Founder and Co-CEO
Vice President Marketing
At PropertyBid, Amanda plays a critical role in driving the strategic direction that supports the company's innovation, launch and social marketing strategies. Her responsibilities include oversight of a broad range of marketing functions, including brand management, corporate communications and product marketing. Her marketing experience covers a wide array of business verticals, including entertainment, e-commerce and financial services. She has served in key leadership roles managing product marketing launches, global social media marketing campaigns as well as strategic planning and corporate communications.
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