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Changes to Property Pool Plus coming July 2021

Changes to Property Pool Plus coming July 2021

From Monday 5 July there will be changes to the bidding cycle and how you log into Property Pool Plus (PPP).

Main changes

  • The bidding cycle will start each Tuesday and end on Sunday as usual, however additional properties will also be added on a Wednesday and Thursday.
  • The way you login is also changing. A new memorable date and password will now be required to access your account.

Advertising cycle

From Monday 5 July 2021:

  • The weekly bidding cycle will continue to start each Tuesday.
  • Additional properties may be added into the current cycle on Wednesdays and Thursdays.
  • The bidding cycle will end on a Sunday as normal.
  • Consider changing your current bidding and checking day to a Thursday/Friday so you do not miss any potential new additional properties in that cycle.
  • You will still have 3 bids each cycle to place on advertised properties.
  • You do not need to use all 3 bids if you do not wish, please think carefully about the bids you are placing and take note of any additional criteria required for the property you are interested in.
  • For instructions on how to make a bid please refer to the PPP ‘how to bid’ user guide.

Logging into your account

From Monday 5 July 2021 the way you log in to PPP will also be changing

  • You will be required to set up a new memorable date – this cannot be your current memorable date or your date of birth (e.g. This could be a birthday of a sibling, partner or a date from a special occasion)
  • You will also be required to set up a new password for your PPP account
  • The password requirements are as follows:  a minimum of 6 letters and a maximum of 10, that has at least 2 lower case letters, 2 upper case letters and 2 numbers. (Symbols and punctuation are not allowed)
  • Please make sure you remember your new password and new memorable date as you will need it when you log in next


Posted in News on Jun 28, 2021