Property Snake and Property Bee

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12:07 PM, 10th September 2012
About 9 years ago

Property Snake and Property Bee

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Property Snake and Property Bee

Property Snake Property BeeHi there

Didn’t know who else to ask about this – I was an avid user of both Property Snake and Property-Bee to research property prices and source BMV (Below Market Value) deals

Property snake seems to have disappeared from view – Google searches draw a blank and my bookmarks also link to nothing (“oops, sorry can’t be found!”)

Property-Bee seems to degrade every time I use it – the most important part – the hidden Estate Agents price reductions and changes of status, has stopped working and emails to the support/admin person at PB go unanswered

Just coincidence or something more sinister afoot?

Could you post this as a question on the Property118 forum to see if anyone has an answer? Or do you have more info?

Appreciate anything you know on this

Kind regards

Ian

Response from Mark Alexander

Hi Ian

I too am getting the “oops” message when I look for Property Snake but I’ve not heard anything, your question was the first I’ve heard of there being any problems. I don’t have any contact details for them and as the website is down I can’t find their number to call them to ask. Let’s hope it’s just IT gremlins. I too am interested to find out what’s happened to them.

Comments

19:36 PM, 12th September 2012
About 9 years ago

@netarcher - Property Bee is working fine for me. Can't comment on Property snake as I don't use it.

20:41 PM, 12th September 2012
About 9 years ago

Property Snake domain name is available for registration which would suggest it has closed down or registration lapsed.

Mark Alexander

10:05 AM, 13th September 2012
About 9 years ago

Did Property Snake do anything that
http://nethouseprices.com/index.php doesn't do?

12:12 PM, 13th September 2012
About 9 years ago

Lets hope that neither are some sort of trojan horse virus that steals your passwords or internet banking details. We can all sometimes be too trusting it seems.

Mark Alexander

17:19 PM, 31st October 2012
About 9 years ago

I'm pleased to see that http://www.propertysnake.co.uk/ is back up and running again 🙂


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