Zoopla claims that it has delivered a 40 per cent increase in valuation leads to its agent members in the first six months of 2016 compared to the same period in 2015.
It says this will have earned its members an estimated £104m in potential fees.
Total visits to ZPG's Zoopla and Primelocation sites rose four per cent in the first half of this year compared to the same period in 2015.
In terms of listings, ZPG has seen an increase in the numbers of listings to over 916,000 in June, up four per cent on the same period in 2015 and up 13 per cent from January this year.
ZPG’s property service managing director Mark Goddard describes this as “exceptional value to our agent members both in terms of potential fees and exposure for their listings with increased traffic year on year.”
Last week OnTheMarket claimed it had received over eight million visits in June, as measured by Google Analytics - a 33 per cent increase since January. It did not give any details of property listings or agent membership.
Meanwhile a legal case between OTM’s parent company, Agents’ Mutual, and Gascoigne Halman Ltd - an estate agency listing on OTM but now owned by Connells, a shareholder in Zoopla - is reported to have reached the High Court, as has a case between Agents’ Mutual Ltd and Cardiff estate agency Moginie James Ltd.
Rightmove typically gives some information on hits and listings in its monthly house price index - the next one is to be released in a week’s time on Monday, July 20.