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How do I place an advert on Zoopla?

Asked on Aug 20 2014, Renting in Lancashire | Report content

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  • In order to advertise your property on Zoopla you must have your property listed with an estate agent who subscribes to the website. Estate Agency Fees in the UK seem to be a hot topic of late but they are actually some of the lowest in the world and if you instruct a professional, knowledgeable and pro-active estate agency, they are more than worth the money. There is a lot that goes on behind the scenes in a good agency that the public often won't see. It's not just advertising your property, qualifying buyers, arranging viewings, obtaining feedback and locating a buyer - it's also the knowledge of what happens once the sale is instructed and how to overcome problems further up the chain, dealing with your own and your buyers solicitors etc. National statistics show that 1 in every 3 property transactions falls through before it reaches completion and the rate is even higher with private sales.

    Answered on Aug 22 2014, Report content
  • Hi, Unfortunately you would not be able to as Zoopla is only open to listings from estate agents. If you would like to see your property advertised on Zoopla you would need to speak to an agent who advertises on Zoopla to list your property, you can search for local agents who advertise on Zoopla using the find agents tab to the top of the page.

    Answered on Sep 8 2014, Report content
  • Hi. You can only advertise on Zoopla through a third party - i.e., a letting agent. If you would like to meet your prospective tenants and take a more "hands on" approach to your rental, perhaps you might like to consider an online letting agent. Feel free to call me to chat further. Kind regards, Eleanor, The Online Letting Agents 03300 883973

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    Answered on Sep 9 2014, Report content

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