If you're interested in the housing market – whether you're buying, selling or investing – Twitter can be a great place to find useful insight and tips.
Unfortunately, it can also be a crowded place with everyone shouting to be heard.
We follow some excellent property market people on Twitter, so we thought we'd help you cut through the noise. Here are some of the best people currently tweeting about property.
1. Vanessa Warwick
A former MTV presenter, Vanessa is now a professional landlord. She is the co-founder of Property Tribes, an online community for property investors. She shares useful insight, tips and news for the buy-to-let community.
2. Andrea Morgan
Andrea is the person to follow for all things interior design. A regular contributor to the Rightmove blog, she shares home decoration inspiration, as well as tips for getting your property sale-ready.
3. Henry Pryor
Henry is one of the most well-known property market experts in the UK, and can often be found appearing on BBC TV. On his Twitter profile he shares key facts, data and commentary – as well as poking fun at the lighter side of property news.
4. Graham Norwood
Graham is a property journalist with his finger on the pulse – particularly in the buy-to-let market. Follow him to stay up to date with the latest developments and insights.
Half of city's HMO letting properties not even registered with council's "failed" licensing system https://t.co/iQwMR2sSVC— Graham Norwood (@PropertyJourn) November 18, 2015
5. Kate Faulkner
Kate is a property market expert, providing analysis and commentary to the media on a regular basis. She tweets her thoughts on the latest news, trends and housing policy.
6. Tracy Kellett
Tracy is a buying agent in London and the South East, as well as a regular commentator on the BBC and other media outlets. As well as curating the best market news and commentary from elsewhere, she uses her Twitter feed to add her personal take on the latest developments.
I do like house hunting this time of year. Sensible, focused sellers. I do like sensible.— Tracy Kellett (@buyingagent) October 21, 2015
7. Lucian Cook
As director of residential research at Savills, it's Lucian's job to stay up to date with all the goings-on in the property market. His Twitter feed is full of analysis, insight and forward-looking predictions to help you keep on top of where the market is going.
Prices dictated by more affluent groups buying in new areas - a bottom up outlook for London's housing market https://t.co/LqP2YtgpfB— Lucian Cook (@LucianCook) November 11, 2015
8. Yolande Barnes
If you want up to date stats, analysis and policy suggestions on the housing market, especially in London, then Yolande is a must-follow. As well as offering her own opinions, she also retweets plenty of other industry experts and commentators, so her timeline makes an interesting read.
Watch the coming emergence of new suburban prime markets in outer London. Gen Y start commuting... https://t.co/CTaO0cDveZ— Yolande Barnes (@Yolande_Barnes) November 10, 2015