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Independent agent signs long-term Zoopla listings deal

Arun Estates has signed a new long-term deal with Zoopla.

The independent agent’s 100 high-street branches in the South East of England will list homes on Zoopla during a three-year contract.

It includes Valuation Booster, which Arun Estates will use to highlight their branches to sellers actively looking for an agent to value their home. 


As part of the agreement, Arun Estates will also gain access to Hometrack’s AVM (automated valuation model). 

It comes as Zoopla reported that its vendor leads delivered to agents in the South East are up 31% so far this year.

Jason Bunning, managing director of operations at Arun Estates, said: “It’s a testament to Zoopla’s customer-centric approach that we’ve agreed a new long-term deal with them. We’ve been consistently impressed with the quality of Zoopla’s valuation leads and look forward to collaborating closely with them to take these figures to new heights in 2024 and beyond.”

Charlie Bryant, chief executive at Zoopla, part of Houseful added: “We’re pleased that a leading brand like Arun Estates has decided to agree a new long-term deal with Zoopla. We recognise that agent ROI is critical in the current climate, and look forward to working closely with Arun Estates to deliver this and much more for them.”

  • Samantha Sullivan

    I thought all agents used zoopla and rightmove these days. I found On the Market the best one for valuation boosters and far cheaper than other portals.


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