Two new reports give a generally optimistic view of the housing market, despite what some observers say is a pre-election lull beginning to appear.
No, nor did we - but hats off to the Daily Telegraph for discovering that little known fact, plus several others, to mark this month’s 15th anniversary of the portal which (some) agents love to hate.
Conveyancing portal Veyo claims that just under a half of conveyancing firms in England and Wales have now registered on the system ahead of the launch next month.
Hunters has acquired Dickinson Harrison (RBM) to give it an instant residential management portfolio of 120 apartment blocks across the UK.
The BBC may have sacked Jeremy Clarkson but has made a left-field appointment to the line up of its popular Homes Under The Hammer show - former Manchester United footballer Dion Dublin.
An estate agency is asking clients to pay only the commission they think is deserved on the basis of the service they receive.
Last week’s dramatic decision by the Competitions and Markets Authority to fine three estate agencies and a publisher for alleged cartel-like anti-competitive behaviour may be just the start of many other similar actions, a legal firm is warning.
House prices dipped by 0.2 per cent in January as the majority of the UK saw signs of a slowdown in the pace of growth according to the Office for National Statistics.
Online agency Purplebricks has appointed advisers to prepare the company to be floated on the Stock Exchange less than a year after being launched.