UK house prices have grown at the slowest rate in five years in June, with London remaining the weakest spot as strained household finances and economic uncertainty kept buyers away says Nationwide Building Society property market report
Nationwide market report says UK house prices rose by 2% in the past year, it said, with prices slightly higher in June than in May. The month-on-month rise was 0.5%, making the average home worth £215,444.
Here is this weeks Top Hants Estate Agents on Social Media leaderboard featuring the best Estate Agents in Hampshire on social media, based on Klout Score and helped by tweeting #PropertyHants
For 2017 we are going to base ranking just on the basis of an agents independently assessed Klout score and stop counting tweets including the hashtag #PropertyHants We will continue to retweet and share social media post that including the hashtag or mention us.
Here is the full list of Top 100 Estate Agents for week 49:
Welcome to this weeks Top Hants Estate Agents on Social Media.
This week we saw the biggest climbs from Fry and Kent (up 35 places to 49th), Location Property (up 26 places to 55th), and AJ Knight Lettings (up 16 places to 28th).
It hasn’t been such a good week for agents Hamptons Liphook (down 10 to 40th), Chambers Stubbington (down 8 to 57th), and Leaders Southampton (down 8 to 43rd). Help me encourage them to do better next week!
Well done to this week’s top three Sansome & George, Charters, and Neal.
We run a leaderboard called Top Hants Estate Agents , which is based on social media activity. The board is published weekly using software from Rise Global. Here is this weeks release of Top Hants Estate Agents Below we have explained in more detail how it works.
We have tweaked the metrics this week, so that 20% (was 25%) of an agents score is based on the number of tweets from an agent that include the hashtag #PropertyHants. The bulk of the score is based on an agents Klout score. Which is a fully independent internationally recognised score based on social media activity across most social media platforms. It is worth signing into your Klout account to ensure all your social media platforms are connected to maximise your score. We have no control over an agents Klout score, just use the data each week.
You can see your klout score without registering if you wish by using the URL www.klout.com/ followed by you twitter user name/handle eg www.klout.com/propertyhants
A benefit of using the hashtag #PropertyHants on Twitter is that we aim to re-tweet posts to our ever increasing number of followers. You can also use the hashtag #PropertyHants on Facebook which again we aim to share, but that doesn’t count towards an agents score.
We have been running the Top Hants Estate Agents leaderboard for a while now and have reviewed the scoring to reflect what we think is fairer. So from the 8th September, Agents score will be based on 75% Klout score (was previously 50%) which is an independent scoring of social media activity and extra points, weighted at 25% of the total score, can be added by tweeting #PropertyHants in the week. We score from midnight Monday for the previous week.
Just remember it is for fun and based on social media activity only.