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Leading Essex and Suffolk estate agency joins Zoopla

Boydens, which has seven branches, has joined the portal for the first time and now lists with all three leading property portals.

Nigel Lewis


Seven-branch North Essex and South Suffolk estate agency Boydens has joined Zoopla for the first time which means it now lists its sales and lettings properties with all three portals.

Zoopla says its addition is part of a record breaking New Year for it during which 345 agents have signed up.

The family-run company is one of the best-known agencies in the region and has six branches in Frinton-on-Sea, Clacton-on-Sea, Braintree, Sudbury, Kelvedon an Colchester.

It operates two brands; Boydens and premium property agency Superior Homes, but also has a holiday home and beach hut letting service.

Boydens was established in 1966 and was aggressively expanded during the 1970s. The Boyden family, which has Quaker roots, has business connections in the area reaching back to 1852.

Other high-profile agencies to join Zoopla recently include Dacre, Son & Hartley, Kinleigh, Folkard & Hayward and Carter Jonas.

Paul Buck, who joined Boydens as Head of Sales and Lettings in 2015, said: “We are looking forward to listing our properties with Zoopla and continuing to grow our business with their support to the benefit of our clients.”

Andy Marshall, Chief Commercial Officer, Zoopla, says: “Boydens is a leading agent in Essex and offers genuine expertise and insight for its customers.

“They are results orientated, and our commitment to driving growth in listings, valuation and applicant leads will support their business for the short and long term.

“We look forward to partnering with more new agents in 2020 as we help them realise their ambitions.”

Visit the Boydens website.




February 24, 2020

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