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Well-known London agent Ed Mead has offered a journalist the chance to be an estate agent for a few days - just to see how difficult the job actually is.

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A judge has sharply criticised the police for investigating a family feud in which a dispute between a mother and daughter began when one left their joint business and set up a rival estate agency.

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In a break from tradition, the developers of Battersea Power Station are creating their own internal sales and lettings agency instead of relying on existing external agents.

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A dead agent's girlfriend found guilty of using a forged will to stop his estranged wife inheriting his £3m estate has had her conviction overturned by the Court of Appeal.

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College students will have the chance to undertake a new property profession course backed by the NAEA this autumn.

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Nick Leeming, chairman of Jackson-Stops & Staff, says that contrary to some media speculation about a nationwide surge in the housing market, most of the country’s prices are still below their pre-downturn 2007 peak.

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Estate Agent Today understands that easyProperty, which begins its online lettings service in the autumn, will now not launch its sales operation until the spring.

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Telephone answering specialist Moneypenny says there was a 14 per cent increase in calls in the second quarter of the year compared to the first quarter, with Monday the peak day for handling telephone contact to agents.

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The organisation locked in a war of words with the Land Registry over local land charges is calling on Business Secretary Vince Cable to reverse a government decision to centralise the handling of searches. 

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A raft of reports show that those who dismissed talk of housing bubbles earlier this year were just about dead right - the market is slowing, significantly.

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