Reel in buyers on social media


Find new buyers before they've even started looking


Introducing Hooked, our latest prop-tech product exclusive to Guild Members. Hooked is a data-driven advertising service that works through Facebook. We can now generate targeted adverts to lookalike audiences; this means we can serve properties to people who've shown an interest in similar houses, and we can even target people before they start their property search.

Facebook advertising is a key marketing tool for selling property in today's market; we've made it affordable, automated, and simple. 


Why Hooked needs to be part of your service offering

  • Hooked targets your properties to thousands of people who are also the right people, based on their details and current situation.
  • You don't need to be a social media guru to make the most of this tool. Hooked does all the leg work for you, giving you the time to spend elsewhere in your business.
  • Hooked puts your brand in front of the eyes of thousands of people, before your competitors. This generates brand awareness and in turn, valuation requests.
  • Very few other agents will be able to offer this service, putting you at a significant advantage.



Not every customer is familiar with Facebook advertising and how the platform works, which is why we have created a range of marketing materials to help Guild Members promote the product, including 

magazine advertswindow cards and a four-page booklet.


Take a look at our booklet which simply explains how Hooked works and the remarkable reach it can achieve. 


Watch our video to find out how it does, in fact, get buyers hooked.

Don't take our word for it...

Hooked as given us the opportunity to take to the market a product that other agents cannot offer and stand out from the local competition. With Facebook being a constant in everyone’s lives, the engagement from sellers is fantastic and alongside the usual portals, provides the perfect launch onto the market for new properties. Also for existing stock, it helps boost a reduction or a property struggling to gain interest in a new and exciting way."

Jamie Fisher, Taylor Milburn