Estate agents join property website OnTheMarket.com


Our estate agency businesses - Nottingham Estate Agency and Harrison Murray Estate Agency - are proud to announce their membership of OnTheMarket.com.

Both agencies will now be advertising all properties for sale and to rent from across 35 branches at OnTheMarket.com, which features hundreds of thousands of properties for sale and to rent at all price points across the UK.

A mutual organisation, OnTheMarket.com, has become a ‘must-view’ website for the key audience of serious property-seekers.

The property search is slick, simple, fast and state-of-the-art, compatible with the latest technologies. Their website adapts seamlessly to fit the screen of any device being used to view it. There is no clutter from irritating and distracting third party adverts, nor any spam email.

Su Snaith, Head of Estate Agency at The Nottingham, said: “We are proud to be joining OnTheMarket.com, which is a must-view website for property seekers because of its slick, simple, fast and state-of-the-art, search experience.”

Ian Springett, Chief Executive of OnTheMarket.com, added: “We are pleased to welcome Nottingham Estate Agency and Harrison Murray Estate Agency to OnTheMarket.com and we look forward to matching motivated buyers and tenants with all the properties they are marketing for their clients.”

The properties are the “heroes” of the search at OnTheMarket.com, with great prominence given to the size and quality of the all-important photographs.

Every property is marketed by a locally-based estate or letting agent because OnTheMarket.com knows the majority of the public recognises the benefits of having a local professional agent who can manage the sales or lettings process on their behalf. The website does not feature properties marketed by online-only "agents.”


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