Shares in Purplebricks yesterday fell to a recent low, while Countrywide also slipped again.
In contrast, Rightmove shares edged up to a new record high.
A year ago, Purplebricks shares were climbing towards a high of 404p which they hit on May 22.
Since then, they have been falling steadily, and yesterday at one stage went as low as 116p, ending at 119p.
The highest the stock has traded was in July 2017 when the shares hit 513p.
Purplebricks floated on the London Stock Exchange at £1 in late December 2015, falling to 73p the following month, before their meteoric rise.
Yesterday’s share price was the lowest since that upward trajectory briefly halted in December 2016, slipping to about 104p.
Purplebricks’ slump comes after the company admitted falling behind in Australia and the US.
Rightmove meanwhile enjoyed a record day on the stock market, with shares edging up some 1% to end at around 548p, at one stage going up to 551p.
It found its new happy after the shares started this year at around 438p.
Countrywide looks as though it has yet to convince investors of its turnaround plan, with shares yesterday at one stage dropping about 4% to a low of just over 7p.
They finished the day at 7.1p with pauses on two brief occasions by the London Stock Exchange using a device called price monitoring mechanisms, in order to allow a review of prices after the day’s trading finished.