TWENTY FIVE BRANCH ESTATE AGENCY FIRM JOINS ONTHEMARKET.COM

Estate agency Goadsby which has offices across Dorset, Hampshire and Wiltshire, is the latest big multi-branch firm to join OnTheMarket.com.

The firm – which was established in 1958 – will now be listing all of its properties for sale and to rent at OnTheMarket.com. Goadsby will continue to advertise its properties on Rightmove as its ‘other portal’.

OnTheMarket.com announced earlier this year that the level of overall support for the portal had risen beyond 6,500 estate and letting agent offices across the UK, which was an increase of more than 50 per cent since this time last year.

The figure consists of contracted members and agents who have signed a Letter of Intent to join OnTheMarket.com when total support reaches 7,500 offices – which is OnTheMarket.com’s next major milestone.

David Errington, Group Chief Executive of Goadsby, said: “We are keen to support OnTheMarket.com, the UK’s only agent-owned, agent-controlled portal.

“OnTheMarket.com is an excellent portal which enables agents to present themselves and their instructed properties in the best possible way with no distracting non-property advertising or unhelpful information added. This is just one of the reasons we have chosen to join.”

Ian Springett, Chief Executive of OnTheMarket.com, said: “We are extremely pleased to be welcoming a firm of the size and quality of Goadsby. This latest multi-branch firm to join us is another terrific example of how our momentum is building.”

Large multi-branch firms which have joined OnTheMarket.com since the beginning of the year include Nottingham Estate Agency and Harrison Murray which have a total of 37 branches; eight branch firm Arnolds Keys which has offices in Norwich, Norfolk and North Suffolk; Watsons, a six branch firm with offices in Norfolk and Jeffries, a seven branch firm in South East Hampshire.

ENDS

Notes to editors

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