This week we are pleased to announce that Kinleigh Folkard & Hayward are back on board with Zoopla. KFH have returned for an initial 12 month trial period with 10 branches scattered across London, with branches in; Fulham, Bayswater, Clerkenwell, Earls Court, Chelsea, Holland Park, Marylebone, South Kensington, St John’s Wood and Brook Green.
Paul Masters, Group Operations Director at KFH, commented “In recent months we have been keeping a close eye on the portal landscape and have been impressed with the offering from Zoopla, and are attracted by the value for money and property market insights the business offers.”
The return has come with a number of other agents joining Zoopla including; Carter Jonas, Strutt & Parker and Humberts. This comes at a time when Zoopla has announced a string of new initiatives including the launch of the revamped AgentFinder tool and the removal of adverts from Zoopla’s listing detail pages.
Charlie Bryant, Managing Director of Zoopla, commented:
“We are incredibly pleased to welcome back KFH and look forward to working with them. Since de-listing, our long-term approach has allowed us to refocus all efforts on delivering an exceptional offering to clients.
We believe that in London particularly we are the only choice for agents, representing the best value for money and offering agents real returns for their businesses.”
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