Ten Sixty, a new short form video app for real estate – brings on Josh Flagg in advisory role

Ten Sixty, a new short form video app for real estate – brings on Josh Flagg in advisory role


Australian startup, Ten Sixty – the new global short-form video app for real estate – has announced that top Douglas Elliman luxury agent and star of Million Dollar Listing, Josh Flagg and the media company he founded, Estate Media, will become advisors to the rapidly growing real estate platform bringing real estate into the era of short form videos.

Josh Flagg joins Gavin Rubinstein – Australia’s no.1 agent and star of reality real estate show “Luxe Listings”, Jason Oppenheim star of Netflix’s “Selling Sunset”, and Glennda Baker, America’s No.1 agent on video, in representing Ten Sixty globally. 

“I’m an advisor to the Ten Sixty app. The one thing I love about this app is that it gives realtors the ability to become influencers in their industry. Because of that I’m putting my reputation behind this incredible brand and the founder Matthew Snowden,” Mr Flagg said.

“Ten Sixty is helping redefine real estate into a new era, where real estate becomes more real time, authentic, social and fun for agents, home buyers and home lovers. The new medium is short form video and it’s quickly changing real estate on a global scale, as agents become influencers and storytellers through short videos,” said Australian 1060 founder Matthew Snowden.

Ten Sixty is the new property platform fast scaling with many of the world’s most expensive properties for sale in short videos.

Top luxury agents from Douglas Elliman, Compass, Sotheby’s, Christies, TheAgencyRe, Coldwell Banker and Corcoran now have the ability to instantly upload or shoot themselves, short videos, to get their property listings to a global market in seconds.

To check out Josh Flagg talking about Ten Sixty click here





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