It describes itself as a “halfway house” between a traditional high street estate agent and an online service and will launch in Bristol before being rolled out across the country.
Customers can also buy their Home Information Pack, conveyancing services, a survey and arrange their mortgage through the service.
iSold.com offers a prime package, combining the HIP and part of the conveyancing to speed up the sale process.
Tesco will market the site to its customers in store, but the commercial arrangements of the deal have not been revealed.
The £999 fixed fee for the iSold.com’s essential package includes free valuation and home consultation, professional property details, advertising on all the major property portals, 24/7 access to the iSold.com website and a branch team available from 8 a.m. to 10pm weekdays and normal weekend opening.
Sellers register with the site for a free online valuation before a valuer visits to confirm the selling price, take photos and measures the rooms.
iSold.com clients’ properties will be advertised on all the major property portals, including: Rightmove, Primelocation, FindaProperty, Globrix, Mouseprice and Zoopla.
A spokesman for iSold, says: “iSold.com is an innovative new service that gives customers choice about the level of service they require to sell their home. We put buyers and sellers in control of the whole moving process by allowing them to log into their own area of the website, arrange viewings, email each other and view a handy calendar for keeping track of appointments.
“All offers and negotiations are carried out by the expert team from iSold.com to ensure that the customer gets the best price achievable.
“We appreciate that some people will prefer to use the services of a traditional High Street agency. What iSold.com offers is a real alternative.”