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Election webinar launched to help agents reassure vendors

Agents are invited to a webinar on how the General Election will affect the property market.

Reapit and PayProp will be hosting a special webinar with award-winning political expert Simon Darby from communications consultancy PLMR, covering politicians’ plans for industry reforms.

The free webinar will take place on 19 June at 1pm and cover an in-depth analysis of the housing proposals contained within the main parties’ manifestos

The aim is to help agents understand what the election means for their business, vendors, buyers, landlords and tenants can register today to secure their place.

Webinar host Neil Cobbold, the Reapit | PayProp commercial director, said: "The upcoming election is a pivotal moment for our industry. Understanding and adapting to the proposed policies will be key to maintaining a competitive edge, protecting your business and reassuring your clients.

“There have been many statements made already about the housing sector. Our webinar aims to cut through the noise, focusing on what the different political parties are planning for sales and lettings specifically, and giving agents the opportunity to ask questions of an expert on UK politics.

“We’ll also be covering how agents can position themselves as experts on housing policy to reassure their clients during this time of uncertainty."

Darby added: "With the likelihood of significant regulatory shifts, estate agents need to be proactive in understanding the implications for their operations. Our goal is to equip attendees with the knowledge they need to engage effectively with policymakers and set expectations on how quickly any manifesto pledges can become law.

“Despite the significant lead Labour has in the polls, we will also be looking at the Conservative policies as they will have a role to play. The Conservatives will remain the largest party in the House of Lords and contribute to legislation in committees in the House of Commons as new laws are debated, so it is important to understand their position as well.”

Find out more and register on the PayProp website.


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