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OnTheMarket listing half the market

OnTheMarket listing half the market

British real estate portal OnTheMarket.com has reached 550,000 residential property listings, about half of the U.K. market. It has grown its number of agent offices from 5,500 to 9,500 since it listed on the London Stock Exchange (LSE) in February.


Tradition, technology vie in UK rental market

Tradition, technology vie in UK rental market

Estate agency Countrywide reported that tenants in the U.K. paid around £51 billion ($67.5 billion U.S.) in rent in 2017. This has created massive opportunities for classifieds. Here's a look at the top portals and most notable technology-driven challengers.

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Settled, HomeMade among top UK startups

Settled, HomeMade among top UK startups

Startups.co.uk has named two online real estate agencies, Settled.co.uk and Home-Made.com, among its 2018's Top 100 startups in Britain. The former is a flat-fee property sales agency; the latter offers flat-fee rental management.

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UK online agencies outperform, study shows

UK online agencies outperform, study shows

Research by Estate Agent Today, a major U.K. real estate news publication, found that publicly traded real estate classifieds such as Rightmove and Zoopla, and hybrid agencies like Purplebricks have outperformed most traditional agencies. According to the study, Purplebricks.co.uk, Rightmove.co.uk and the Zoopla Property Group (ZPG.co.uk) have increased share value to between two and 14 times their original value since floating on the London Stock...

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Busy Rightmove executives won’t budge

Busy Rightmove executives won’t budge

Chairman Scott Forbes and senior independent director Peter Williams remain in their roles at Rightmove.co.uk, the largest property classified in Britain, after a significant minority of shareholders voted against their reelection.

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