Estate Agents Performance ratings
Does a rating exist for estate agent performance?
Asked on Aug 6 2013,
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A rating index doesn't currently exist for estate agents however you are able to check national governing bodies and if an estate agent is a member then they are a reputable agent in the eyes of the governing body and therefore abide by rules and regulations.
In the first instance a good indicator for a high performing estate agent would be the amount of sold boards within the local area they cover as this is a good indicator of market share and how influential they are.
Zoopla do however produce a weekly leaderboard of the Top 100 Most Influential Estate Agents on Social Media which looks a those estate agents who are influential and engaging with their following however this does not reflect or represent itself in the estate agents market share or sales figures.
Web reference: http://www.zoopla.co.uk/property-power-100/
Answered on Sep 13 2013,
In addition to the excellent answer provided above, can I just add that over the course of the last couple of years various different Estate Agency ratings websites have started to gain in popularity.
These rely on people who have received a service from a particular estate or letting agent leaving a review on the site and the agent being rated accordingly.
Probably the most popular of these sites is AllAgents.co.uk.
Just type in your area or the name of a particular agent and you will see who the public believe offer the best service and why.
You are welcome by way of an example to look at the reviews for my company, Lords Estate Agents in Kingston.
Answered on Nov 30 2013,
There are a number of review sites - similar to Tripadvisor. But people sell a property so infrequently, there really isn't a great comparison for them to base the review on.
A data-driven ratings site was recently launched, called GetAgent.co.uk - it displays estate agents in local league tables (by postcode). It is fascinating to see which agents sell property for more money, and in less time. And which price drop more often than not.
Web reference: http://GetAgent.co.uk
Answered on Jan 27 2015,
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