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Proptechs Roost and Settle Easy

Proptechs Roost and Settle Easy join forces to improve the property experience for apartment buyers

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At Settle Easy, we love collaborating with businesses that care deeply about their customers whatever stage of the property journey they’re at. Partnerships give us a chance to gain a deeper understanding of our customer’s needs and means we can collectively make improvements to meet the needs of Australians across the property ecosystem.

That’s why we’re so pleased to announce that we’ve just signed a formal partnership with Roost. Proptechs Roost and Settle Easy join forces to improve the property experience for apartment buyers!

Melbourne-based business, Roost, is on a mission to make buying residential apartments and living in these complexes better and smarter.

Roost takes the pain out of buying apartments by helping buyers connect with service providers who can help find any nasty surprises before you take the plunge.

That’s where Settle Easy comes in!

Proptechs Roost and Settle Easy join forces

One of the ways our expert conveyancers find red flags for customers buying property is by reviewing an important conveyancing document called a Contract of Sale. This review takes place before the contract is signed. At Settle Easy, this is a free service where our conveyancers and lawyers trawl this document with a fine tooth comb and explain what all the terms and conditions mean, well before our customers dip the pen nib in the ink.

We can’t count how many red flags we have found over the years and how much money and stress we’ve saved our customers.

​​Apart from providing comprehensive contract reviews, our conveyancers can also explain anything and everything you need to know about conveyancing including all the finer points about:

The conveyancing team at Settle Easy help our customers in tandem with a purpose built user-friendly platform where all conveyancing transactions can be managed and completed entirely online. Our customers don’t need to take time off work or make an appointment to meet us in an office. We’re available to help 24/7 and we make this one of the easiest transactions you’ll ever complete.

Covid-19 lockdowns have highlighted the importance of online services like Settle Easy and Roost who have also produced an easy to use platform described as a virtual concierge.

Roost’s platform is highly adaptable and allows its users to access and share information, services and people for individual apartment buildings when they need it.

By working with other customer-friendly, virtual property services, the property journeys of our collective customers are only getting easier – we’re here for that.

Quotes attributable to Settle Easy CEO, Sam Almaliki

Settle Easy and Roost are two peas in a pod. We both began as proptech startups solving real life problems and making things easier for customers in different segments of the property sector. Digital service delivery in this market used to be a pipe dream, not anymore – the future has arrived.’

Quotes attributable to Roost Co-founder, Andrew Coates

‘Any business that solves tangible problems with user-friendly technology in the property market should be applauded. This partnership means that even before our customers move into their new apartments, we’ll be able to make things easier for them via Settle Easy’s convenient and easy-to-use online conveyancing service – how good is that?’

Discover more about Proptechs Roost and Settle Easy, and how we can help you!
Media contact: Beth Oleyar 0401 371 759 |

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