Russell Quirk is to be on radio tonight – and can expect to face questions about Emoov.
The Property Show is on London Greek Radio between 7.05pm and 8pm.
It is hosted by estate agent Karl Knipe, of Kings Group, and will discuss how a Brexit deal – or ‘no deal’ – could affect the property market.
Participants are due to include Kristjan Byefield of Base Property, Veta Sitaropoulos from Athe Design, and Quirk.
However, the discussion looks as though it may well wander from its Brexit agenda, with Knipe telling us that he will be asking Quirk about Emoov.
You can tune in to LGR on 103.3FM.
Anyone with questions for the panellists can call 0208 346 3345, or text on 07976 611033.
Separately, Emoov properties were continuing to be displayed on Rightmove yesterday until about lunchtime.
Altogether, there were 3,368 listings, the latest added on Monday, the day the firm called in administrators.
The Emoov site itself is still very much live, as administrators seek to find a buyer for the business.
A statement yesterday by the administrators, James Cowper Kreston, said that a buyer could be found for the listings, and that a further statement would be made shortly.
It said: “As a number of prospective buyers have indicated an interest in purchasing the client property listings, therefore, the administrators will be exploring the transfer of these to other providers as a priority.”
It went on: “Thereafter the administrators expect to close down the trading activities.”
Meanwhile, the property PR and marketing company set up by Quirk in October, Properganda, appears to be doing well, according to its Twitter account, which says the firm gets paid on results.