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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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Agent Chris Penfold has taken to print to put up a stalwart defence of traditional estate agency after being spurred into action by a social media attack on agents’ fees.

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We’re well into the second half of July and the holiday season shows no sign of stemming agents’ enthusiasm for helping those who cannot help themselves.

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Rightmove shares have had their ‘buy’ rating reiterated by investment analysts at Nomura which suggests there could be a potential one-third growth from the company’s current price.

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Agent may be jailed for £40,000 fraud

Wednesday, 23 July 2014 Written by

An estate agent has been told he may face jail for defrauding clients of £40,000.

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The head of an online agency has mocked the “old men” running the forthcoming OnTheMarket portal for banning online agents while allowing what he calls high-charging traditional agents some of which have “dire” customer service.

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Savills says values of homes in prime central London have plateaued after growing just 0.4 per cent in the second quarter of the year. 

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