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.
The head of online agency Turtlehomes.co.uk has become the latest industry figure to join the ice-bucket challenge.
Once again Foxtons has become the subject of a campaign by those against it opening a new branch - and this time one of the chief opponents is another estate agent.
easyProperty has launched a second funding round targeting Ultra High Net Worth Individuals and key figures in the City of London, to augment £5m raised earlier this year.
An online estate agent has taken the war of words with Agents’ Mutual to a new level by challenging AM chief executive Ian Springett to take the ice bucket challenge.
The number of homeowners in Britain who can claim to be ‘property millionaires’ now stands at 484,081, almost 50 per cent higher than a year ago.
Here is this week's roundup of stories from Estate Agent Today and Letting Agent Today, featuring stories on Purplebricks, Openrent and House Prices.
Rightmove claims its asking prices show a North-South divide in the housing market that is even starker than many anticipated - and has even produced yet another index to show it.