Home » News » Zoopla delivers record number of appraisals to agents previous nextProducts & ServicesZoopla delivers record number of appraisals to agentsZoopla announces that it delivered record levels of appraisal leads to its agent members in the first half of 2015.JUNGLEdrum16th July 20150571 Views Zoopla Property Group’s (ZPG) appraisal tool, which allows homeowners to directly contact prospective local agents to arrange a valuation of their property, delivered record levels of appraisal referrals to ZPG members in the first half of 2015, according to ZPG.ZPG reports that since January, prospective vendors and landlords have already sent in excess of 135,000 enquiries to ZPG member agents requesting appraisals, up 40 per cent on the corresponding period in 2014, and potentially worth in the region of £100 million in fees, based on Zoopla’s calculations, from resulting instructions so far this year.Given that the vast majority of property searches now start online, it is perhaps unsurprising that more prospective vendors are using the ZPG appraisal tool to contact local agents about selling their home.“Home movers are increasingly using our websites to identify and select local agents for valuation purposes,” said Jon Notley (left), Commercial Director at ZPG.Mr Notley says that these figures demonstrate his firm’s ongoing commitment to aiding its members in their efforts to winning new valuable business.He added, “Any agent not on our platform and therefore not visible in our unique appraisal tool will be losing out on these valuable leads and instructions as well as missing out on insight into those in their local market who are looking to move. The record level of appraisal leads and instructions we are delivering once again highlights the exceptional value we offer our members.”Only last week, Zoopla Property Group (ZPG) launched its Real-Time Listings Service, enabling its members to send updates to property listings on ZPG websites within minutes of being updated on the agent or developer’s system or website. The service has been launched initially with Property Software Group (PSG), starting with Alto and will be followed by the roll-out across other PSG products Jupix, CFP and Vebra Live over the coming weeks.Commenting on the Real-Time Listings Service, Jon Notley said, “We are delighted to be launching our Real-Time Listings Service. In a world where consumers expect instant updates, this service offers our members the chance to stay ahead of the competition and ensure their listings go live within minutes of the instruction. We look forward to rolling this out over the coming months.”portal Jon Notley Real-Time Listings Service online agents agents appraisal referrals Zoopla July 16, 2015The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021
Photo: Derek Seifert / U.S. Air ForceALBANY – In a sweeping change to a section of New York’s Civil Rights Law, state lawmakers voted Tuesday to repeal 50-A making police personnel records public.Both New York State Senator George Borrello and Assemblyman Andy Goodell voted against the repeal.Under 50-A, home addresses, personal phone numbers, and emails of officers and their families were protected. Senator Borrello says the repeal does not provide police “due process.”“It takes away their due process,” said Borrello. “When a false allegation is made against a member of law enforcement that stays on their record forever.” Borrello says unlike other professions, the repeal of 50-A prevents unsubstantiated claims from first responders’ records. The Senator says that misstep in the repeal was discussed prior to the vote.“During the floor debate the sponsor of the legislation was asked: why did you not change the public officers’ law so that unsubstantiated claims would be removed from those records,” explained Borrello. “The response was just because it was unsubstantiated doesn’t mean it didn’t happen.”Eliminating the law makes complaints against officers, as well as transcripts and final dispositions of disciplinary proceedings, public for the first time in decades.Assemblyman Andy Goodell says he was for some modifications of 50-A, just not the full repeal.“You want a balanced approach, not a knee jerk reaction,” said Assemblyman Goodell. “I would support legislation that made it clear that founded complaints should be public and available for inspection.”Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who has recently supported reforming the law, has said in the wake of the protests that he will sign the repeal. Only Delaware has a similar law.Many other states, like Minnesota where George Floyd was killed, do not have a law like 50-A.The legislature on Monday passed other police accountability measures, banning police from using chokeholds, guaranteeing the right to record police activity and making it easier to file lawsuits against people making race-based 911 calls.The measure to make officers’ records and misconduct complaints public is among several police accountability bills racing through the state legislature. Lawmakers passed other bills that would provide all state troopers with body cameras and ensure that police officers provide medical and mental health attention to people in custody. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)
View Comments After the mega ratings The Sound of Music Live! garnered with Carrie Underwood last December on NBC, it’s no surprise that the network has another live broadcast in the works. that Peter Pan Live! will broadcast this December 4. Speculation has been rife on who will play the lead role of the boy who won’t grow up, and none other than Bill Murray has decided to throw his hat into the ring. Auditioning in full costume, the Emmy winner and Oscar nominee flew into David Letterman’s Late Show January 31 attempting his best Broadway belt as he sang “I’m flying.” The star later had this message for NBC executives: “I think I’m the guy.” Check out below to see if you think Murray’s next stop will be Neverland!