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Reminder for agents…only a few more days to fill in our survey!

On Monday, we launched our state of the property nation survey – a 14-question poll designed to give estate and letting agents in the UK a better understanding of the market they operate in.

We’ve received a great response so far but there are still a few more days to go until the survey closes. You have until 7pm on Monday March 29 to get your answers in.

So, if you have a spare five minutes between now and then, and haven’t yet filled in the survey, it’s time to grab yourself a cup of tea and a biscuit and do your bit for greater insight into the agency world.


As a reminder, we are posing questions on everything from Boomin’s chances of shaking up the market to the future for high street offices and whether Rightmove will still be the number one portal in 2030. We also want to know more about trade body membership, virtual viewings, regulation, professionalisation and the prospect of agents acting for both buyers and sellers at some point in the future.

To be a part of this, all you need to do is click here and complete the survey. It should take no more than a few minutes. Please feel free to share the survey around your company, too.

Whether you are an administrator, a negotiator, a branch manager, a franchisee, a recently-launched self-employed agent or an experienced operator with many years of board-level experience, we are looking for your insights.

Thanks for participating!

  • Hit Man

    The Poll seems to be geared towards Rightmove and Boomin and looks like it was written by Boomin. The portals that support Agents and vice versa will benefit in the long run, these little pop up portals will make little or no difference especially when the Agents don't like or trust Rightmove or Boomin, for the very reasons given that both will move towards listing properties directly, cutting out the agents.


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