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Zoopla invites agents to join hour-long ‘state of the market’ local webinars


Zoopla is next week holding a series of six regional live research webinars with a panel of ZPG experts which will be chaired by property expert and TV personality Phil Spencer.

This is the second year running that ZPG has conducted its State of the Property Nation research, conducting extensive surveys of hundreds of estate and letting agents as well as thousands of property owners and renters across Britain.

The new research captures people’s outlooks on a post-Brexit economy, what consumers want from agents, and identifies opportunities in the ever-changing property market.

Spencer will be joined by a panel including: Richard Donnell, research and insights director at Hometrack; James Toogood, group sales director at Property Software Group; Gareth Helm, chief marketing officer at ZPG; and Paul Whitehead, chief strategy officer at ZPG.

In the hour-long webinars each expert will discuss the latest findings from the property market research and what this means for property professionals in their region.

Webinar dates:

Wednesday 18 October

  • East Anglia: 10am – 11am
  • Scotland and North: 11:30am – 12:30pm
  • London and South East: 2pm – 3pm
  • Midlands: 3:30pm – 4:30pm

Thursday 19 October

  • South West: 10am – 11am
  • Wales: 11:30am – 12:30pm

To register for a webinar in your area, go to: https://www.zpgadvantagetv.co.uk/register/


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