The founder of RightMove, Mr Harry Hill is number 9 in UK publication Property Week’s 100 most influential people in residential property.
Mr Hill established the internet as a key platform on which to buy and sell property when he founded Rightmove.co.uk in 2000. He since acquired a chain of estate agents (the former Nationwide chain) and created Countrywide, which became one of top 350 quoted companies in Britain.
Now, with his new venture, In-Deed, Mr Hill is reportedly aiming to corner 10 percent of the £1 billion UK conveyancing market within five years.
At the top of Property Week’s Top 100 ladder is Tony Pidgley, chief executive of London property developer Berkeley with his 30-year landbank worth £2.3 billion with no borrowings.
At number 20 is Prince Charles, noted for his eco-house designs and notorious for his derailment of the Lord Rogers design for Chelsea Barracks.