New improved website to help house hunters

People looking for a new home or wanting to sell or let property will soon be able to benefit from some new improved online tools.

Archant, which publishes a number of weekly newspapers across Norfolk and Suffolk as well as the Norwich Evening News and Eastern Daily Press, has signed a long-term deal with leading property search and information website to operate and enhance Archant’s online property channel

Martin Cunningham, commercial director for, said the new property website was planned to be launched in March, and that it would mean people using the site will have access to a larger range of properties and an increasing number of useful online functions.

He said the new site aimed to save people time, energy and effort by having everything needed under one roof. Lawrence Hall, from, explained: “Users of will soon have access to many of Zoopla’s unique tools to help them search and research the property market in their local area.

“Not only will the have more property listings, with almost 500,000 for sale and to rent properties listed on the site, but users will be able to search for properties that best suit their needs using the Zoopla keyword search.

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“Once they have their results they’ll then be able to sort their results in different ways – such as by most reduced, newest and oldest listings and by highest and lowest price –and in many cases users will also be able to see the listings history of the property.”

He added: “In addition to more listings and better search functionality will now become a destination to carry out property research.

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“Users of the site will have the ability to get a free instant current value estimate on any UK home and access to a variety of unique tools and features not currently on such as Zoopla’s property community called AskMe where users can find out more about a home or area from local experts.”

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