Zoopla Property Group (ZPG) claims it delivered record levels of valuation leads sent to its agent members in the first six months of 2016 up 40 per cent on the same period in 2015.
The company also says toral listings were up 4 per cent year on year.
Zoopla says the total estimated value of the leads sent to ZPG members during this period is worth £104 million in potential fees to its members.
Total visits to ZPG’s property platform was also up 4 per cent for the first six months of 2016 compared to the same period in 2015.
In terms of listings, ZPG has seen an increase in the numbers of listings across the ZPG property platform.
Total listings at the end of June stood at over 916,000 which was up 4 per cent on the same period in 2015 and up 13 per cent from January this year indicating positive intention from home sellers.
ZPG Property Services managing director Mark Goddard confirms the portal has had a strong first six months to the calendar year.
“We have delivered exceptional value to our agent members both in terms of potential fees and exposure for their listings with increased traffic year on year,” he says.
“Our goal is to help agents win as much business as possible and it is clear that ZPG members have a huge advantage when it comes to winning new business.”
In other UK news, Estate Agent Today (EAT) reports a legal case between OntheMarket (OTM) parent company Agents’ Mutual and Gascoigne Halman Ltd is reported to have reached the High Court.
Gascoigne Halman is an agency which listed on OTM but is now owned by Connells, a shareholder in Zoopla. EAT says a case between Agents’ Mutual Ltd and Cardiff estate agency Moginie James Ltd has also reached the High Court.
According to EAT OnTheMarket claimed it had received over eight million visits in June, as measured by Google Analytics – a 33 per cent increase since January. It did not give any details of property listings or agent membership.