Our top property picks on social media

We’ve put together some of the best (well in our opinion anyway) social media accounts to follow if you’re interested in all things property. It’s the least we could do seeing as we were scrolling anyway…



Whether you’re a tweeter or a lurker, there’s quite a few good property sites for quick updates and info on what’s going on in the industry. We like:

 (@TheNeg) / Twitter Aimed at estate and letting agents there’s a fast and furious supply of industry news and gossip

(@property_whore) / Twitter AKA Nigel Lewis collates news, reviews and updates from across the property industry


Linked In

If you prefer your updates in a more traditional style, Linked in has some good all-rounders:

Property Industry Eye: Overview | LinkedIn does what it says on the tin and keeps an eye on all the consultations, debates and general updates for those in the sector

Agents Together: Overview | LinkedIn – we like this one – it’s all about creating positive vibes for the estate agency professionals



Facebook still has plenty on offer property wise…apart from all the biggies like Rightmove, we like:

 Progressive Property | Facebook – lots of hints and tips here for those wanting to invest in property – some general news and guidance thrown in too

Estate Agent Today | Facebook – ok so you can access this across all the platforms, but why not here for a change



If the ‘gram is your thing, take a look at:

@Moveiq- lots of info and tips on mortgages, homebuying and Phil Spencer off the TV to boot. You can also access Phil’s podcasts and interviews, which are definitely worth a listen

@thepropertydaily – some great updates and it’s aesthetically pleasing too!



Well, we spend most of our time trying to wrestle pre-teens off it, but if you do dabble, here’s one to try:

That Property Guy – lots of bite sized practical property tips and things to look out for when buying or investing in property.

Sorry it was just the one on TikTok!



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