NetMovers Welcome Google Into UK Property Market

Accrington, Lancashire United Kingdom (PressExposure) December 22, 2009 -- NetMovers is the fastest growing, commission free property portal who list estate agent property for free and see Google's proposal as good news instead of competition.

Rick Jones, Operations and Development Executive of NetMovers said; "We were aware of Google's activity in the property markets in the USA and Australia and have closely monitored the situation. We have not seen a major change to the dynamics of the market as a result of Google's entry."

"We welcome Google's proposal and it is in fact exceptionally good news for NetMovers. We have been working alongside Google for many years and welcome the entry into the market of another open minded, dynamic organisation who will hopefully aid the much needed revolution in the UK property market."

NetMovers has used specialist marketing agency Adrac Ltd to ensure that their property portal has been fully optimized to take advantage of Google's entry into the UK property market. They see this as an excellent opportunity for NetMovers as it means property will get another advertising stream and the use of Google's Street View will enhance property listings.

For interviews or more information please visit or contact Laura Nuttall on 01254 304050 or email, alternatively contact Rick Jones on 07872922667.

About NetMovers

NetMovers is the UK's leading commission free property portal which lists 'for sale by owner' property alongside estate agent property. The NetMovers service allows vendors to take as much or as little control over the sale of property as they wish.

NetMovers are part of the Reach Global Group based in Church, Accrington (East Lancashire). The Reach Global Group also own Searchers; the UK's largest locally hosted search engine, Adrac; a professional online marketing company and AJ Business Services who supply mobile phone packages to businesses, VIPs and celebrities.

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Press Release Submitted On: December 22, 2009 at 8:31 am
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