‘Investor Zooploma’ gains 25,000 sign-ups in first week

Zoopla has launched a new Zooploma designed to support and empower buy-to-let landlords and investors.

The personalised email programme provides free property guides, expert advice, and inspirational stories to Zoopla’s landlord and investor audiences, and has attracted 25,000 subscribers since its launch just over a week ago.

The ‘Investor Zooploma’  follows the successful launches of the First-Time buyer and Rental Zooplomas earlier in the year, and the Homemover Zooploma in August..

A series of easy to digest emails, delivered over a two week period from the point of sign-up, as well as a monthly update, the Zooploma helps subscribers to stay on top of the rental market, ensuring that they are able to make the most from their property investments.

Aspiring investors can sign-up to receive their Zooploma at https://www.zoopla.co.uk/zooploma

Relevant to landlords and investors, the Investor Zooploma covers:

  • Best practice

  • Top tips to be a model landlord

  • Buy-to-let investor hotspots

  • The legalities of the investor market

Commenting on the launch of Zooploma, Adam Knight, Head of CRM at Zoopla, said:

“Buy-to-let investors are a key audience to us at Zoopla, which is why we have invested in developing a tailored Zooploma designed to support them, and as a result, support agents, too.

“The world of an investor can be a complex one, with considerations to be taken on topics such as financial liabilities and also the best locations to invest.

“We hope the Zooploma will support them on their investment journey, and perhaps even make the most of the stamp duty holiday until the end of March 2021.”


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One Comment

  1. Mrlondon52

    Hats off to Zoopla. This is a simple thing for them to do but with their reach they can deliver a large number of sign-ups.


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