June 7, 2011

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New Widgets for zoopla.co.uk


UK property portal and property information website, zoopla.co.uk, has launched a series of innovative tools and widgets that agents can add directly to their own websites.

zoopla.co.uk says the new features are in response to requests from agents across the UK to make the company’s house price data available on third party websites. Agents will now be able to offer users of their website free access to over 15 million sold house price records dating back to 1995 along with current value estimates and local average property values data in a given area, which is constantly updated to reflect the latest market information.

Widgets already include a property rich list and dream homes selection. The tools and widgets can be easily uploaded to any website or blog and can be customised to fit any site design, and also include basic options like:

  • Average Property Values - display current average property values at national, regional or local level; displayed by property type in either graph or table format.
  • Current Home Values - give users access to FREE, instant value estimates for any UK home (over 27 million). Users may run as many free valuation estimates as they wish.
  • Sold House Prices - FREE access to over 15 million sold house price records from the Land Registry, dating back to 1995. Users search by address, street, postcode or area.

What is your home worth? Free house prices and current home values

Revealing the new features, Alex Chesterman, founder and CEO of zoopla.co.uk, said:

“zoopla.co.uk continues to drive innovation in the residential property market and provide estate agents with ways to enhance their engagement with property-interested consumers. Our business is about helping agents to develop relationships with consumers at various stages of their property journey ­ whether they are buying, selling or simply looking for advice ­and making these tools and widgets available for agents to add directly to their own websites is another step towards increasing consumer transparency and direct engagement with agents.”

The widgets are available for download at zoopla.co.uk/links.


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