Big property services firm signs listing deal with OnTheMarket

OTM President Jason Tebb welcomes Rettie and its 15-branch network operating in London, Newcastle and Glasgow.

Jason Tebb OnTheMarket

OnTheMarket has signed a listing agreement with one of the UK’s largest independent property services firms operating in Scotland and the North of England, to advertise its UK residential sales and lettings properties.

Rettie is headquartered in Edinburgh and its 15-branch estate agency network primarily operates in London, Newcastle and Glasgow.


It also has specialist rural offices in St Andrews, Melrose and Berwick upon Tweed and includes fully integrated financial services, planning and surveying businesses, as well as property management and development divisions.

Shona Crawford, Rettie
Shona Crawford, Rettie

Shona Crawford, Rettie Director of Marketing, says: “We are delighted to be listing our properties with OnTheMarket, following their acquisition by the CoStar Group.

“This is an exciting development within the residential property portal space, and it is great to be able to offer our customers access to a wide range of potential buyers through their platform, and to be working with the team at OnTheMarket in developing their customer offer.”

The deal with Rettie comes after Leaders Romans Group and Edward Mellor chose OnTheMarket as one of just two platforms it will be listing properties with going forward


Jason Tebb (main picture), President of OnTheMarket, says: “We are delighted that Rettie has become the latest agency network to commit to OnTheMarket.

“The addition of such a strong regional brand continues our momentum and further strengthens our presence in the region as we continue our push for growth across the country.”

And he adds: “The business is making tremendous progress towards its goal of becoming the leading agent-friendly platform in the UK residential marketplace. We believe that we are now the fastest growing residential portal in the UK following the acquisition by CoStar Group.”

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