How it works?

FIND A COTTAGE

  1. BROWSE the cottage listings for sale, rent & exchange

  2. CONTACT the owner or agent of the property directly on the page’s contact button

  3. RECEIVE an email or phone call from the lister

  4. BOOK & PAY via an agreed form

 

LIST A COTTAGE

  1. CREATE AN ACCOUNT and enter your personal information

  2. LIST your cottage with pictures and details of the property

  3. 24H REVIEW PROCESS we will review the property within 24 hours

  4. RECEIVE leads from the website

  5. SPEAK directly with your leads via email or phone

 

TRANSACTIONS DONE OFFLINE

  • Transactions are not done on the website

  • You are in charge of speaking to one another about the property

  • This website is purely to bring people into contact

Why List with Us?

Our listing process is quite easy & affordable.

Access to a niche online market for your cottage.

  • You are in complete control of your listings and contacts
  • No additional charges or percentages taken for your property listings
  • You can cancel at any time.

Learn how listings work

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