Zoopla: Agent leads up from 15 to 36%

March 21, 2019
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UK-based property portal Zoopla has stated that leaders given to its agents between March of 2018 and February of 2019, are up by 36% from the year prior.

According to Zoopla research, investors made up 15% of property sales across the UK in 2018: of these, 36% of sales agreed were to existing home owners. 

It says the uplift in valuation leads comes at a time when Land Registry data shows a particularly active housing market in the South East despite slight price dips. Homebuyers and sellers in this part of the country accounted for 23 per cent of all property transactions in 2018.

The portal adds that no fewer than 49 per cent of households consider themselves to be browsing the property market at the moment, according to its latest survey.

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