Searching for a home has never been so three-sy with Redbrik

23rd April 2018

One of the region's leading independent estate agents is helping more people to sell and let their homes by listing on all three major property search websites.

Redbrik Estate Agents is now listing on OnTheMarket, as well as Rightmove and Zoopla, to increase their web presence and reach a wider audience of property purchasers. This follows OnTheMarket's decision to remove the 'one other portal rule', which meant that if you listed homes with OnTheMarket, you could only market your properties on one of the other two major portal websites. All agents in the UK are now able to list on all three portals, and Redbrik is one of the first agents to take advantage of this change. Mark Ross, director at Redbrik, said: "Being able to list on all three property search portals is fantastic news and will give our vendors and landlords the maximum exposure, helping to sell or let their homes even quicker. "Redbrik's web presence is a fundamental part of our business, which is why all of our properties get the very best digital marketing on property search websites, as well as and on social media channels."

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