Our new Zoopla Skills Sessions video series gives you tips and tricks you can action in your business straight away, using Zoopla tools you already have.
Featuring experts from Zoopla and beyond, Skills Sessions will cover everything from optimising your Zoopla Branch Profile and Meet the Team sections, through to demystifying platforms to engage with your customer base, such as Google Analytics and Survey Monkey.
All the sessions are around 30 minutes and completely free – just sign up and you’ll be be sent a link to view each Skills Session.
In our first session, we looked at how simple tweaks to your Branch Profile can make all the difference to an engaged home-hunting audience.
In this session, we showed you how to finesse your listings and use tools such as Property Valuation Reports to keep hold of buyer interest until the market recovers.
In this session, we looked at how Comparables Reports in ZooplaPro can help power-up your remote market appraisals.
In this session, we showed you how MarketView information in ZooplaPro can support data-led business decisions.
In this session, we showed you how to reinvigorate older listings on your books, to drive new interest as the market picks up.
In this session, we show you how Valuation Booster and Featured Agent can help laser-target your canvassing, driving new demand and more exposure for your brand.
Nigel Lewis looks at the impact of stamp duty, mortgage and capital gains tax changes in the Spring 2021 Budget for estate agents
Starting 21 December, we’ll be making the most of the seasonal uplift with a new ten-week national campaign targeting existing homeowners.
Valuing properties aggressively to gain instructions is a well-known tactic used by many estate agents and is a hotly debated topic within the industry, but does it work?
As the industry professionalises, what should estate and letting agents be doing to prepare for minimum qualification requirements?
In the last eight years, the growth of first time buyers has outpaced all other buying groups and in 2018 they became the largest buyer group in the UK.