Average house prices in the UK dipped slightly in July following the Brexit vote but property professionals can combat this by networking to find new opportunities, says Agent Hub.

Figures show that house prices fell 1% month-on-month in July with the average now standing at £214,678. The decline is the third seen this year and offsets the 1.2% increase in June. While the dip isn’t a significant fall it emphasises the uncertainty in the property market after the British public voted to leave the EU in the June referendum.

With doubts around property prices continuing Agent Hub, an online platform that makes cross-industry collaboration easier, is urging property professionals to network in order to secure new opportunities and lines of revenue.

Ashley Mckella, Director of Agent Hub, said, “Networking within the real estate and wider property market is an excellent way for professionals to learn about upcoming work and build long-term partnerships that could advance their careers and property business. A successful property transaction involves many different parties from across the industry and strong collaboration can give an advantage to all the different players in the short and long term.”

Agent Hub is an innovative online platform, which is fully optimised for mobile devices, that connects property professionals. Through the platform, which is powered by Salesforce, users can instantly share information, chat with other industry experts and learn about new opportunities. Using the features on Agent Hub, which includes an online multi-listing service (MLS) and a customer relationship management (CRM) tool, professionals can boost both their revenue and customer satisfaction.

The platform is suitable for all those working in property, including real estate and letting agents, mortgage brokers, solicitors and local council and housing associations.

Agent Hub is the only UK wide networking platform based in the cloud with multiplatform functions for professionals working in the property industry. A main licence for the platform costs £99 per month and includes features aimed at helping property experts streamline their business.