The multilingual platform has been designed to provide a consistent user experience for each of the 17 European languages, an approach that has led to a minimalist design consisting predominantly of images and data. For some countries it will be the first international property portal available in the native language, opening up opportunities for advertisers looking attract buyers from new markets.
David Hodgson, director of Eurobrix, said: “This is the first step of a rollout that will see the site translated into every single European language by the start of next year. The well-documented fall in demand for overseas property among UK and Irish buyers means that vendors need to look to new markets in order to survive and we really hope to play a major part in allowing them to do just that.”
The initial wave of translations will roll out the site into Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish and Ukrainian.
The multilingual rollout will go live in early October but the English version of the site can be found at www.Eurobrix.com .
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