A council is consulting over a potential ban or restrictions on estate agents' and letting agents' boards.
OnTheMarket agents have recorded significant reductions in the time their clients' properties are advertised for sale according to rival portal Home.co.uk.
Some 30 per cent of all sales in February were made to first time buyers, the highest proportion in eight months according to the National Association of Estate Agents.
Good news for agents as the spring sales season gets into full swing - the number of mortgages being granted has hit a six month high.
North London residents who thought they had saved a traditional pub from being converted into flats have now found the doors shut to drinkers - and an estate agent inside using it as a branch.
OnTheMarket chief executive Ian Springett says he did not expect 90 per cent of agents advertising on the new site to drop Zoopla and stick with Rightmove as a result of the ‘only one other portal rule’.
Agents using drones for photography have previously had uncertainty over the precise legal rights of where the small ‘copters can and cannot be flown - now a new website is likely to add a little more uncertainty.
Scotland’s alternative to stamp duty, the new Land and Buildings Transaction Tax, takes effect from Wednesday - with uncertainty as to what impact it will have on the market north of the border.
Some 60 per cent of the public support a mansion tax on homes valued at £2m or more, according to a survey by property consumer group, the HomeOwners Alliance.
Here is a dilemma for the many agents and property professionals who happen also to be motorsport fan: a proposed housing development appears to be threatening the existance of the historic Goodwood circuit and hill-climb.