Zoopla Property Group has reported over 53 million visits to its websites in September, up 13% year on year, the company said in a statement.
In addition to its burgeoning web business the company has also reported a strong interest in its apps, with total downloads now at in excess of 8.3 million.
Zoopla also reports it delivered over 2 million leads to its agent partners in September, with appraisal leads up 17.8% on the same period last year.
Mark Goddard, Managing Director of ZPG Property Services, said the company continued to experience success in the digital market.
“We are delighted to report continued strong growth in our audience and the value we deliver to our partners,” Goddard said.
“Vendors and landlords are increasingly using our websites to identify and select local agents and our appraisal lead tool is helping our partners win more business. It is not surprising that over 500 branches have now returned to us since the start of last year.”
The property portal recently partnered with the peer-to-peer lending company Landbay to offer the new investment channel, which is accessible on Zoopla’s UK website. The channel will give property enthusiasts the chance to invest in buy-to-let mortgages from as little as £100, and includes a tax-efficient online property international savings account./zoopla-launches-p2p-investment-channel/