House prices are almost static as the slowdown gathers pace according to Hometrack - but this is hotly disputed by the Nationwide today.
Strutt & Parker has become the first British agency to show its hand on the Scottish independence issue, claiming that a Yes vote would lead to higher mortgage rates and “dampened” house prices.
A not-for-profit organisation wants agents and other industry insiders to explore how water efficiency technology can add value to properties on sale and be used to attract more buyers.
The National Association of Estate Agents still insists only 20 per cent of sales are being done to first time buyers - repeating a controversial claim it made a month ago.
PropertyMoose - a crowdfunding website that allows individuals to pool investment in property allowing individuals to spend smaller sums than usual - is to relaunch in the middle of next month.
An auctioneer which claims to have enjoyed property sales of £35m within just 9 months says it is now looking to identify “a strong agency partner”.
Slowdown? What slowdown? Against the trend of most recent market forecasts, one high-end agent has significantly increased its forecast for growth in the mainstream UK market claiming some areas will see up to 32 per cent price surges by the end of 2018.
Four out of 10 property sales now fail to reach exchange thanks to problems in the “antiquated” conveyancing process, says a London and Home Counties buying agency.