Posts tagged ‘Zoopla!’
Click the images to take a look around the properties…
1. Chesham Place, London
2. York, North Yorkshire
3. Aldridge, Walsall
4. Heathview Gardens, London
5. Radlett, Hertfordshire
6. Mayfield, East Sussex
7. London, NW7
8. Virginia Water, GU25
9. Ponteland, Newcastle Upon Tyne
10. Exeter, Devon
11. Cranbourne Gardens, London
12. Taunton, Somerset
This weekend we are launching our biggest ever advertising campaign with a brand new multi-million pound national TV, radio and print campaign. This follows the recent launch of our multi-year sponsorship of West Bromwich Albion football club, currently in an impressive fourth place in the Premier League after the first two weeks of the season!
The new TV and radio ads will be seen and heard throughout prime-time on a broad range of national TV channels and radio stations, with print ads running across various national newspapers. The campaign, dubbed ‘Talking Houses’ features three animated houses in three different adverts discussing the property market and the benefits of Zoopla.
Giving life to the houses are the voices of well-known British actors Jim Broadbent (Bridget Jones’ Diary, Harry Potter), Doon Mackichan (Smack the Pony) and can you recognise the third voice…with property market expert Phil Spencer’s voice at the end of each ad.
We hope you like them. Let us know what you think in the comments box below or find us here:
Retro cool or in need of modernisation?
What do you think – leave your comments below…
**UPDATE (15 May 2013) – check out the 2013 Apprentice House here **
UPDATE: This year’s house is a £2.1m upgrade on last year’s house.
The Apprentice is back on the small screen and so the scramble begins (for us at least as we’re a little nosey) to unearth more info about where the swanky pad is that the
16 15 14 lived in during the filming.
Episode one told us it was in Bayswater, narrowing down the field from 2.9million homes in London to just 12,572 homes in Bayswater or 125 streets for us to search.
Sorting streets by value in Bayswater on Zoopla shows that of the 125 streets, 38 of them have an average property value over £1m with the average property value in Bayswater standing at £758,848.
So street by street we looked at them via Streetview on Zoopla and a little while later we stumbled across it.
The house is number 18 Porchester Terrace with a current average value of £6,590,171 and has 8 beds, 6 baths, 3 receptions with the average value on the street standing at £1,570,484.
We don’t yet have any internals, so you’ll have to watch the show!