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.
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.
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.
In his first major act as housing and planning minister, Brandon Lewis has promised 165,000 new houses and apartments will be constructed in the three years from 2015 in a programme which will “change the way homes are built in Britain.”
Family estate agency David James says it is over the moon at winning naming rights for The Kop Stand at Notts County’s League One football ground.
A Surbiton estate agent has apologised for an email, apparently erroneously sent to a prospective tenant, describing her as “a tart” who may “bend over.“
A London estate agent says he is worried at the prospect of a possible law change in the autumn removing the need for planning consent before letting out a residential property for less than 90 days.
Newton Fallowell has merged with Hartleys to become the largest independent agency across the East Midlands with a combined network of 25 offices.