Globrix & findaproperty – advice to letting agents

Globrix & findaproperty – advice to letting agents

19:52 PM, 15th April 2013, About 11 years ago 1

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GlobrixLetting Agents using the Globrix and findaproperty logo’s on their websites might wish to consider updating their logo’s.

The firms were acquired by the Digital Property Group which has itself recently been renamed the Zoopla Property Group.

Agents can find the latest set of logo’s for the Zoopla Property Group with a Google search for “Zoopla Marketing” or via THIS LINK

Find-a-propertyIf you now search Google for Globrix or findaproperty you will see that Zoopla is the first listing.

Similarly, if you use the old Globrix URL of or the old findaproperty URL of you will also find that you are redirected to the Zoopla website.

It will be interesting for you to note how up to date your own letting agents are next time you visit their website. If they are still showing the Globrix or findaproperty logo’s please mention this article to them 🙂 Our mission at Property118 is to share best practice. Please also mention The GOOD Landlords Campaign which is now attracting a lot of attention as can be seen from our forums.

If your letting agent is using the most up to date suite of logo’s to advertise their affiliation with the Zoopla Property Group it will look like the image below. As you will see, Globrix and findaproperty logo’s are nowhere to be seen.

Zoopla Property Group


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3:01 AM, 16th April 2013, About 11 years ago

I can see this group entering the online EA business this year when it is allowed.
I'd be a very worried EA if I was one!!!

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