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An MP is to stage a special all-party parliamentary debate on the future of stamp duty on homes and the way in which, she says, it distorts the housing market.

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HMRC has raised £10 billion through stamp duty on property transactions in the year to the start of July. 

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The millionaire leader of Hunters franchise agency, Kevin Hollinrake, has been selected to stand as the Conservative candidate in the safe seat of Thirsk and Malton.

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Lawyers acting for at least one British agency using drones to make aerial films of high-value homes on sale are studying advice issued to US realtors after growing concern about the ‘eye in the sky’ technology.

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A leading financial online and print publication says alarm bells should ring about the start of the London market because the share price for Foxtons have fallen to a one-year low.

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Only 65 per cent of the 22m households in England are now owner-occupied; 18 per cent are privately rented and 17 per cent live in housing association or council flats or houses.

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Estate Agent Today has discovered that a so-called ‘ethical’ estate agency is launching in London.

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The first-ever all-online property auction - where a contract is emailed and digitally signed by sellers and buyers, so the entire procedure happens via email and the internet - is now likely to be held in the autumn. 

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Newcastle-based agency Heywoods is trying a new twist to make its signs stand out from the forest of For Sale and To Let boards on the streets - with the help of local artists.

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For the first time in two years there has been a sustained dent in the confidence of home owners that the value of their property is rising. 

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