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KEYWORD "2015 General Election" - 32 RESULTS
Why every political party is pro-tenant, anti-landlord

Back in the day, party politics and the private rental sector used to be straightforward. Conservatives were pro-landlord, Labour were pro-tenant, while...

13 June 2020

From: Features

Mansion Tax on high value houses being considered by government

Boris Johnson is considering introducing a mansion tax for high value homes according to a Sunday newspaper. The Telegraph - citing two...

08 February 2020

From: Breaking News

High profile housing minister named - but how long will she last?

Esther McVey is to be the new housing minister - one of the most seasoned politicians to take the job in...

25 July 2019

From: Breaking News

Estate agency as it used to be - EAT looks back at 2008

Estate Agent Today is 10 years old this weekend. We hope you’ll agree that’s a cause for celebration and a great...

29 June 2018

From: Breaking News

Housing minister Sharma at centre of Twitter and speech disputes

Housing minister Alok Sharma has blocked some of his Twitter followers, accusing them of “abusive language”.   Sharma has a relatively modest 9,169 followers...

17 July 2017

From: Breaking News

Property Natter: Q & A with David Cox, ARLA Propertymark

In this Natter we have an exclusive interview with David Cox, CEO of ARLA Propertymark and one of the best-known figures...

08 April 2017

From: Features

Prime London in prolonged phase of stagnation warns estate agent

Becky Fatemi of central London estate agency Rokstone says prime areas of the capital are to suffer a “prolonged phase of...

13 December 2016

From: Breaking News

Is a long-term housing policy too much to ask for?

Just a couple of weeks ago, we waited with anticipation to see what the new Chancellor, Philip Hammond, would say in...

09 December 2016

From: Features

Six Things We’ve Learned From The Referendum

It’s over. A win is a win, whichever side you backed. It’s true that everyone seems a lot less happy than...

01 July 2016

From: Features

Rightmove: 'referendum deterring sellers and Brexit may unsettle market'

Rightmove says fewer new sellers are coming to market, with this month’s total some 5.3 per cent below the monthly average...

20 June 2016

From: Breaking News

Portal's figures point to no post-election bounce

The average value of homes across Britain rose by 2.7 per cent or almost £7,000 during the first six months of...

23 July 2015

From: Breaking News

Mortgage figures may be first sign of post-election bounce

Although the housing market is showing few signs of igniting following the election slowdown, there is at least some good news...

07 July 2015

From: Breaking News

Government housing action plan coming this week

The government says it will publish an action plan this week to explain how it is going to implement some of...

06 July 2015

From: Breaking News

Worst May for first time buyer completions for three years, say agents

This year saw the lowest May for first time buyer completions in three years according to data from Your Move and...

03 July 2015

From: Breaking News

Boris lobbying government to change Right To Buy

The Financial Times says London Mayor and new Conservative MP Boris Johnson is lobbying the government in a bid to persuade...

02 July 2015

From: Breaking News

Prime country house market not recovering from election dip

Prime central London house prices appear to have plateaued in recent weeks, failing to recover from the quiet pre-general election period...

01 July 2015

From: Breaking News

Government says 36,000 Right To Buy sales in three years

The government claims that over 36,000 new home owners have been created through Right to Buy since 2012. Figures released by the...

26 June 2015

From: Breaking News

HMRC figures show no post-election bounce

The latest transaction figures from HM Revenue & Customs show that 98,540 homes were sold in the UK during May -...

24 June 2015

From: Breaking News

Stamp duty is latest worry for prime central London agent

Some agents have recently suggested that the prime central London market is sluggish in the extreme - but now one agency...

16 June 2015

From: Breaking News

Portals: Rightmove visits up 22% while 'landlords don't know OTM'

Two new reports add fuel to the continuing debate over portals. Firstly Rightmove claims to have had its busiest-ever May, with 115m...

15 June 2015

From: Breaking News

Asking prices surge 3% in just one month

The unexpected outcome of the general election has given a shot in the arm to sellers and agents leading to a...

15 June 2015

From: Breaking News

Dramatic 15% slump in mortgage approvals, says e.surv

There was a whopping 15.1 per cent fall in house purchase mortgage approvals in May, taking the total to the lowest...

11 June 2015

From: Breaking News

Transactions down as election impact is revealed

The true impact of the election on the housing market has been revealed as the latest government figures on house transactions...

22 May 2015

From: Breaking News

Hollinrake backs Right To Buy extension despite controversy

Hunters founder and new Conservative MP Kevin Hollinrake says he supports the Tory policy of extending Right To Buy to housing...

20 May 2015

From: Breaking News

Rightmove insists there will be post-election bounce

With some agents squabbling about whether there has been or will be a post-election bounce, Rightmove has come down firmly insisting...

18 May 2015

From: Breaking News

Outspoken estate agent critic wants Labour deputy role

Stella Creasy - a long-time campaigner against what she regards as rogue practices by estate agents and letting agents - now...

14 May 2015

From: Breaking News

Whoops…Lewis in charge despite government mix-up

If the first few hours of the new government’s approach to housing are anything to go by, it could be a...

13 May 2015

From: Breaking News

Take 2: government now decides to keep former housing minister after all

If the first few hours of the new government’s approach to housing are anything to go by, it could be a...

12 May 2015

From: Breaking News

So who will be the new housing minister?

The industry is awaiting news of exactly who will become the new housing minister and whether the role will have cabinet...

11 May 2015

From: Breaking News

Valuations healthy despite pre-poll slowdown

While many agents reported business  slowing in the run-up to the election, there was quite different news coming from Connells Valuation...

11 May 2015

From: Breaking News

Agents delighted at Conservative victory

The agency industry has been acting with delight over the likelihood that there will be a slim overall majority for the...

08 May 2015

From: Breaking News

Election results: What they mean for agents

After a night of remarkable election results, it looks likely that much of the residential property industry - which was strongly...

08 May 2015

From: Breaking News

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