Boomin Founder Agency Rejoins Zoopla

December 23, 2020
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Farrell Heyworth, a founder agency for Boomin, has opted to rejoin Zoopla. Located in the North West of England, Farrell Heyworth has listed over 2,000 properties from its seven-branch hub with the portal this week. 

Commenting on the move, Jeremy Collins, group director at Farrell Heyworth, explained that the move was in line with big changes the agency has made when it comes to consolidating its network into a single Hub, or Super Branches while continuing to offer its services in the North West markets. Collins said: 

“Returning to Zoopla will help support our super branch proposition, offering vendors’ and landlords’ properties the widest possible exposure to the market. 2021 will be our 30th year helping clients move and find a new home in the North West.”

This comes just a week after Collins had endorsed Boomin, saying that the soon-to-launch platform is a unique marketplace and Farrell Heyworth already had ideas on how to utilize Boomin’s offerings to boost agent and client experience. 

Andy Marshall, Zoopla’s Chief Commercial Officer, said: 

“Farrell Heyworth are one of the leading agents in the North West of England and their teams are renowned for their knowledge of the local market and willingness to go the extra mile for homemovers. We’ve delighted that they’ve chosen to again partner with Zoopla, recognizing that our goals of driving more leads and providing even better service are aligned with theirs.”

December 23, 2020
Victoria has been writing about property portals and marketplace sites for Online Marketplaces for over 3 years. She is also our resident artist and is responsible for all of the infographic content on the site.

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