Tag: Property Portals
Zoopla.co.uk have today launched their iPhone app, which you could say is better late than never. The benefit of being out later than the other main portals property apps is that they have some additional features worth looking at. It is a more complex app for the reason that it incorporates the Zoopla Zed index [...]
Make a note of his date – 16th June 2010 Like the day in Feb 2000 when a new website called Rightmove was launched and many dismissed it, here we have a pivotal date from which consumer property search will significantly change. Of course it depends on a number of factors as to how this [...]
Mobile internet usage is accelerating at a phenomenal rate and in Dec 2009 alone, some 16 million people in the UK accessed the internet from their mobile phones. Not only are the number of users growing, but their usage is too, with one in five mobile subscribers surfing using a smartphone. The property portals have [...]
Google have launched their first ‘Real Estate on Google Maps’ advert for the Australian market, underlining their appetite to develop and capture their audience in this market place (if you ever doubted it). If you’ve seen any of their recent adverts, such as the ‘Parisian Love’ advert aired during the Super Bowl, you will know what to [...]
I recently reviewed the current crop of iphone apps and mobile sites from the property portals which I am tipping to become an important aspect of the portal wars. As mobile surfing increases rapidly it is important along with the benefits of GPS location searches. Since writing the report I have spoken to a few [...]
So look4aproperty have launched a new product to supposedly “kick start the housing market” and used scarcity as a way to get agents flocking to them to sign up to be one of only two agents per town. But what exactly is the deal with this? Is it worth getting involved in?