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KEYWORD "Dispute" - 130 RESULTS
DPS adjudication case study: charges for court appearances?

The Deposit Protection Service (The DPS) keeps deposit money safe for letting agents, landlords and renters during the course a tenancy....

01 December 2018

From: Features

Foreign buyer tax is just ‘bid to win over Brexiteers’ says property portal

The head of a leading Chinese property portal has taken the unusual step of commenting on a British tax policy -...

05 October 2018

From: Breaking News

Agent in court this week over HMRC issue as fate of firm still in balance

The estate agent behind the troubled high end Sanderson Young company is reported to be appearing in court this week as...

17 September 2018

From: Breaking News

Soap star scrubs up well - and becomes an estate agent...

A former star of Emmerdale and I’m A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here has switched career for the (more glamorous?) world...

12 September 2018

From: Breaking News

TPO announces key changes as membership nears 20,000

The Property Ombudsman scheme (TPO) has announced a series of changes to both its board and internal processes. The organisation has also...

06 September 2018

From: Breaking News

Purplebricks told not to say it advertises on all major portals

Purplebricks has been the subject of another complaint to the Advertising Standards Authority, this time over a claim on its website...

22 August 2018

From: Breaking News

allAgents takes on OnTheMarket as it says it will become a portal

Independent review website allAgents says its ultimate ambition is to be a serious rival to existing portals like OnTheMarket. Unveiling a new...

21 August 2018

From: Breaking News

OnTheMarket sales rep wrote critical review of agency after cold call

An OnTheMarket sales rep - who now no longer works for the company - wrote a critical review of an independent estate...

14 August 2018

From: Breaking News

Making conveyancing quicker and better - that’s the promise...

The Law Commission has unveiled proposals that it claims could stop property fraudsters in theirb tracks and improve conveyancing at the...

24 July 2018

From: Breaking News

Purplebricks to launch Purplebricks Plus as it seeks 10% market share

Purplebricks has told the Press Association it wants to secure over 10 per cent of the agency market share in the...

23 July 2018

From: Breaking News

Trading Standards warns agents they must switch to valid redress scheme soon

The National Trading Standards Estate Agency Team has this morning issued a warning to agents that they must be signed up to...

19 July 2018

From: Breaking News

Rebel agent turns fire on ZPG as advertising watchdog ponders sanctions

The Advertising Standards Authority says its compliance team is considering its next steps following the refusal of estate agency PDQ Estates...

12 July 2018

From: Breaking News

Is a passport enough for AML? Blog 3

The Money Laundering Regulations 2017 require estate agents to risk assess their business relationships and apply an appropriate level of investigation...

09 July 2018

From: Sponsored Content

Yopa and Emoov slugging it out to be second to Purplebricks - analyst

A leading digital analyst says online agency Yopa has doubled its listings this year and is fighting the merged Emoov-Tepilo operation...

28 June 2018

From: Breaking News

Security deposit cap – where do landlords and tenants stand?

We’re lucky enough to interact with thousands of landlords and tenants every month. As a result, we get the chance to...

27 June 2018

From: Features

OnTheMarket reveals financial losses but fast-growing agents and traffic

OnTheMarket’s first formal annual figures released since its flotation reveal losses in what it describes as its “transformational year” but also...

07 June 2018

From: Breaking News

Uproar over new property portal claiming some agents as 'partners'

The entrepreneur behind a free-to-list property portal claiming support from 17 estate agencies has defended the description of them as ‘partners’ -...

07 June 2018

From: Breaking News

Ombudsman: fewer complaints about sales but lettings disputes soar

The Property Ombudsman has issued its annual report for 2017 and there’s good news for the estate agency side of the...

17 May 2018

From: Breaking News

allAgents to relaunch portal - and is set to exclude Purplebricks

Review service allAgents has relaunched its property portal, saying it may become an agent-owned service and pledging to turn it into...

03 May 2018

From: Breaking News

Sex claims made against housing minister Dominic Raab's diary secretary

Several newspapers are carrying allegations that the diary secretary working for housing minister Dominic Raab has been selling sex via a...

27 April 2018

From: Breaking News

Big rise in complaints to Property Redress Scheme ombudsman service

The Property Redress Scheme - one of the three government-approved redress schemes handling complaints about sales and lettings agents - has...

13 April 2018

From: Breaking News

Fast track to franchise success - are you ready to be your own boss?

For many estate agents seeking to become entrepreneurs, the idea of starting their own business is undoubtedly daunting, especially when going...

17 March 2018

From: Features

Japanese knotweed: what estate agents need to know

When it comes to property, ‘Japanese knotweed’ are the two words most homeowners and prospective buyers do not want to hear.  With...

03 March 2018

From: Features

Government launches surprise consultation on property redress

The government has launched a surprise consultation on the creation of a new redress system for customers of agents and others...

18 February 2018

From: Breaking News

OTM - A good buy, or is it goodbye?

OnTheMarket has finally completed its stock market float, with less capital raised, at a lower than planned valuation and, as I write,...

09 February 2018

From: Features

allAgents and agency group CIELA reignite disputes with Purplebricks

The Charter for Independent Estate and Letting Agents says Purplebricks is still not complying with a ruling made by the Advertising...

06 February 2018

From: Breaking News

Reviews: now AllAgents says it won’t work with Purplebricks

The tit-for-tat slanging match between Purplebricks and review site AllAgents is continuing. Yesterday we reported a lengthy statement from Purplebricks explaining why...

20 December 2017

From: Breaking News

Purplebricks hits back at “poor” AllAgents review site

Purplebricks has responded to the review website AllAgents which recently reinstated some disputed reviews - but there appears no threat of...

19 December 2017

From: Breaking News

Agency withdraws claim about speed of exchanging contracts

Independent Surrey-based estate agency Curchods has voluntarily withdrawn marketing material containing claims about its speed of exchanging properties, after the intervention...

13 December 2017

From: Breaking News

allAgents reinstates most of its disputed Purplebricks reviews

allAgents has today reinstated Purplebricks’ reviews on its site - this includes the majority of the negative reviews which have been...

12 December 2017

From: Breaking News

allAgents v Purplebricks - major announcement expected

allAgents, the review website in dispute with Purplebricks, says a “major announcement” is expected about its next step in the saga...

08 December 2017

From: Breaking News

Watchdog defends 'informal resolution' of complaints over online agencies

Outspoken estate agent Chris Wood has criticised the Advertising Standards Authority for its succession of ‘informally resolved’ judgements on complaints against...

07 December 2017

From: Breaking News

Online agency Yopa is subject of another complaint to watchdog

The Advertising Standards Authority has intervened following a complaint about a mailshot from the high profile online agency Yopa. The ASA says...

06 December 2017

From: Breaking News

allAgents pours cold water on Purplebricks' reviews link with Feefo

allAgents, the specialist review website which has had a bitter dispute with Purplebricks, has poured cold water on the hybrid agency’s...

04 December 2017

From: Breaking News

Purplebricks reviews: peace talks with allAgents website end in failure

Hybrid agency Purplebricks and website allAgents have failed in their bid to reach agreement over the accuracy and source of a...

30 November 2017

From: Breaking News

AllAgents stays quiet on next move in dispute with Purplebricks

AllAgents, the review website which failed in a bid to raise a ‘fighting fund’ in its ongoing row with Purplebricks, is...

28 November 2017

From: Breaking News

Online firm Yopa removes agency comparison ad after complaints

The online agency Yopa has removed an ad comparing its performance against other estate agents after complaints to the Advertising Standards...

22 November 2017

From: Breaking News

AllAgents extends bid to raise £50,000 to fight possible Purplebricks action

The website AllAgents has extended its deadline to raise £50,000 for possible legal costs should Purplebricks take action over disputed reviews. The...

21 November 2017

From: Breaking News

Purplebricks chief executive now involved in AllAgents peace talks

Estate Agent Today can reveal that the ‘peace talks’ between the AllAgents review website and Purplebricks now involve the agency’s chief...

17 November 2017

From: Breaking News

Purplebricks shares dip below 300p - 40% down over four months

Purplebricks’ share price value yesterday dropped below the 300p, over 40 per cent less than its high point over the recent...

16 November 2017

From: Breaking News

Exclusive: AllAgents in encouraging peace talks with Purplebricks

Estate Agent Today has been told that the website AllAgents has been holding peace talks with Purplebricks over its dispute about...

01 November 2017

From: Breaking News

Government should be wary of introducing goodwill agreements

Sajid Javid, Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, has launched a consultation on proposals to reform the house buying...

28 October 2017

From: Features

Purplebricks: agency wins advert dispute over Local Property Experts

Complaints about a Purplebricks claim concerning its Local Property Experts have been rejected by the Advertising Standards Authority. Complaints came from PDQ...

25 October 2017

From: Breaking News

'Michael Bruce' chips in for AllAgents legal bid against Purplebricks

A donor with the name ‘Michael Bruce’ has contributed - at least a little - to a fighting fund for review...

12 October 2017

From: Breaking News

Back To The Future: a short history of rent controls

Like many of Labour’s recent policy proposals, its call for rent controls leaves more questions than answers.  There has been widespread criticism...

07 October 2017

From: Features

Purplebricks boss Michael Bruce explains challenge to AllAgents' reviews

One of the co-founders of Purplebricks, Michael Bruce, has explained why the agency challenged reviews of its services on AllAgents. Speaking to...

19 September 2017

From: Breaking News

Summer of love? More like summer of leasehold

Even so close to the event, I don’t think anyone will be deeming 2017 as the ‘summer of love’.  The summer of...

16 September 2017

From: Features

TPO integrates live chat to handle online consumer complaints

The Property Ombudsman Scheme (TPO) has partnered with Yomdel to provide a 24/7 live chat service.  Consumers can now seek 'independent dispute...

04 September 2017

From: Breaking News

Savills stays silent on valuation allegation and High Court order

Savills is remaining silent on the issues surrounding the apparent filing of a High Court order that may oblige the agency...

31 August 2017

From: Breaking News

OnTheMarket dispute over Springett's £20m reaches national press

The growing anger of some OnTheMarket member agents about the portal’s parent company proposal to float on the London Stock Exchange...

29 August 2017

From: Breaking News

Another online agency advert banned over misleading wording

For the second successive week the Advertising Standards Authority has banned an online estate agency’s advertisement.  Last week it was HouseSimple and...

23 August 2017

From: Breaking News

Nil deposit schemes – a new era for the rental market?

Research from the Centre for Economics and Business Research has shown that the cost of the average rental deposit is expected...

19 August 2017

From: Features

ZPG steps into portal dispute with record figures on leads to agents

ZPG has stepped into the escalating dispute between portals by revealing record figures on new leads - two hours before the first...

08 August 2017

From: Breaking News

Purplebricks share price dips after agency slated on BBC show

Purplebricks’ share price this afternoon dropped to a recent low of 406.50p before recovering to close down about five per cernt...

02 August 2017

From: Breaking News

The Property Ombudsman expels three agencies

Three agencies have been expelled from membership of The Property Ombudsman for two or more years, after failing to pay awards...

28 July 2017

From: Breaking News

Ombudsman issues 'year-long warning' after complaint about agency

The Property Ombudsman has issued a year-long formal warning to consumers about an estate agency which failed to provide information concerning...

24 July 2017

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

Agents' Mutual and Connells-owned agency argue it out in court again

The Connells-owned agency Gascoigne Halman is to make a costs payment of £1.24m within 14 days to Agents’ Mutual - but...

13 July 2017

From: Breaking News

Interim costs awarded in Agents' Mutual tribunal case

The Connells-owned agency Gascoigne Halman is to make a costs payment of £1.24m within 14 days to Agents’ Mutual - but...

12 July 2017

From: Breaking News

OnTheMarket stays Mum on the possibility of agents' legal action

OnTheMarket is keeping its powder dry over the possible legal action against it by dissident agents who have formed an action...

10 July 2017

From: Breaking News

Leading analysts fiercely critical of Guild merger with easyProperty

Two leading property analysts have written a fiercely critical assessment of the merger between easyProperty and the Guild of Property Professionals.   The...

23 June 2017

From: Breaking News

Property Natter: Q & A with Charlie Wright, CIELA

To give you a nice distraction from the post-election madness, here’s an interview with Charlie Wright, founder of CIELA (or The...

10 June 2017

From: Features

Why we’re absorbing tenant fees until a decision is made

In November 2016 when the Autumn Statement was delivered by Chancellor Philip Hammond, the announcement was made to ban letting agent...

20 May 2017

From: Features

Looking back at ten years of tenancy deposit schemes

Ten years ago this month (April 2007) tenancy deposit schemes were first introduced in England and Wales.  You need to go a...

08 April 2017

From: Features

A poor advert for the agency industry

There’s good and bad in every industry and at first sight, this week has been one where the good have won...

01 April 2017

From: Features

Brexit: Housing must not be ignored in the clamour

We’re almost nine months on from the EU Referendum and yet the issue remains the big divide across the nation: an...

18 March 2017

From: Features

Key property dates for agents’ diaries

One thing that can be guaranteed in the property world each year is a range of conferences and awards dinners. Very...

01 March 2017

From: Sponsored Content

Agency told not to repeat ad claim about seven-day viewings

Estate agency Butters John Bee has been told by the Advertising Standards Authority not to re-run an ad because of an...

01 March 2017

From: Breaking News

Agency disputes rival firm's claim that it 'sells homes faster'

An estate agency in the north of England has complained to the Advertising Standards Authority about a rival firm’s claims saying...

22 February 2017

From: Breaking News

TPO defends code change over buyers' pre-contract deposits

The Property Ombudsman’s office has defended a change to its code of practice which, according to a national newspaper, means agents...

06 February 2017

From: Breaking News

Express story on Brexit house price boost 'seriously inaccurate'

The Independent Press Standards Organisation has ruled that a Daily Express newspaper story - “EU Exit Boosts House Prices” - was...

06 February 2017

From: Breaking News

Mergers of independent agents: how to achieve completion

From the outset of any merger, it is vital that each agency understands and can identify its purpose and the USP...

04 February 2017

From: Features

Government pledges to tackle leasehold abuses in the new year

Housing minister Gavin Barwell says the government will put forward proposals in the new year to stop abuses of the leasehold...

21 December 2016

From: Breaking News

'Whistle-blower' estate agent was unfairly dismissed, rules tribunal

An estate agent at an office of London agency Felicity J Lord, who alleged unethical practices were taking place in the...

28 November 2016

From: Breaking News

Ad watchdog steps in over disputed 'two bedroom' listing

The Advertising Standards Authority has stepped into a dispute over a property listing which claimed a property was a two bedroom...

16 November 2016

From: Breaking News

Redressing the wrongs of agents remains fair and impartial

When a tenant paid his initial one month’s rent in addition to a tenancy deposit in exchange for the keys to...

05 November 2016

From: Features

How can agents manage negative feedback left on review sites?

Online reviews play an increasingly vital role in shaping the decisions of customers. Practically everyone using the internet to compare estate...

22 October 2016

From: Features

Online agent says Rightmove false allegations are gross abuse

An online estate agency delisted by Rightmove for apparently breaching its terms and conditions has accused the portal of “gross abuse”...

17 October 2016

From: Breaking News

First-time buyers – how agents can help them through the legal process

Conveyancing is the most complained about area of law in England and Wales – accounting, on average, for nearly a quarter...

14 October 2016

From: Features

OnTheMarket rebels step up attack as latest court payment expected

The OnTheMarket Action Group of rebel agents in a legal process against the portal has issued a set of questions following...

30 September 2016

From: Breaking News

Agents' Mutual makes court payments as part of ongoing contract dispute

Agents' Mutual was last week ordered to make a further payment into court as part of its ongoing legal case against...

20 September 2016

From: Breaking News

Conveyancers reject government stance on leasehold sales reform

The Conveyancing Association says it is continuing to campaign to reform the leasehold transaction process, despite the government saying there is...

02 September 2016

From: Breaking News

Tenancy deposit protection schemes offer peace of mind

For many people buy-to-let continues to look an attractive income investment at a time of low saving rates and stock market...

26 August 2016

From: Features

Watchdog resolves dispute over property description on website

If agents need evidence of how members of the public can spot errors in property descriptions - and can raise an...

24 August 2016

From: Breaking News

PropTech guru says OnTheMarket could still disrupt portal sector

One of Britain’s foremost PropTech experts says OnTheMarket could still disrupt the portal landscape - but has trust issues following disputes...

29 July 2016

From: Breaking News

Competition Tribunal set to hold OnTheMarket meeting this week

The Competition Appeals Tribunal which is to investigate a dispute between OnTheMarket and two agencies is scheduled to hold its first...

25 July 2016

From: Breaking News

Purplebricks blasted over sales totals and speed of completions

City consultancy Jefferies has made a blistering attack on Purplebricks’ sales performance and finances, saying “the arithmetic…still does not add up.”  Last...

22 July 2016

From: Breaking News

OnTheMarket to pay £1m into court in key 'one other portal' test case

It has been revealed this morning that OnTheMarket has been ordered to pay £1m into court - three quarters of it...

19 July 2016

From: Breaking News

'Original' hybrid estate agency claims record sales and completions

The agency which describes itself as the UK’s first hybrid - EweMove - is claiming a record quarter of property sales...

21 June 2016

From: Breaking News

The current state of play in the property portal market

With more house-hunters than ever now starting their search for a new home by typically looking online on one of the major...

17 June 2016

From: Features

No Letting Go wins coveted award

No Letting Go have won Bronze at the Lettings Agency of the Year 2016 Awards.   They have been accredited with the Bronze...

17 June 2016

From: Sponsored Content

City analyst disputes Purplebricks' claim of 77 per cent conversion rate

One of the most respected City analysts of the changing residential sales industry says Purplebricks’ business model is worth admiring -...

17 June 2016

From: Breaking News

OnTheMarket dispute: solicitors say more than 50 agents begin proceedings

Solicitors’ company Tollers says more than 50 estate agents have now formally instructed it in relation to claims against Agents’ Mutual,...

13 June 2016

From: Breaking News

Agents Do Charity - a bumper edition, scoring just before the Euros

Let’s face it - the biggest distraction for many estate agents in the coming weeks may well be the Euro 2016...

10 June 2016

From: Breaking News

eMoov ad banned by watchdog after complaint about three of its claims

The Advertising Standards Authority has banned an ad by online agency emoov after a complaint disputing the duration of a fee...

08 June 2016

From: Breaking News

Online agency amends website after competitor makes ASA complaint

A dispute over claims made on online estate agency HouseSimple's website has been 'informally resolved' via the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA). Competitor eMoov challenged...

25 May 2016

From: Breaking News

Advertising watchdog intervenes over OnTheMarket stock and share claims

OnTheMarket has changed the claims it makes to prospective clients about its stock levels and market share compared to Zoopla, following...

18 May 2016

From: Breaking News

Court demands agency should pay thousands owed to recruitment company

A London estate agency has been ordered by a court to pay £3,600 to a recruitment firm after a dispute over...

18 April 2016

From: Breaking News

Property Natter – why deposit protection schemes matter

This week, as the title suggests, I turn my attentions to the world of deposit protection schemes. Landlords have been legally obliged...

15 April 2016

From: Features

OnTheMarket chief emails members to steady the ship after media coverage

OnTheMarket chief executive Ian Springett has sent an email to member agents following articles about alleged legal challenges to the portal...

15 April 2016

From: Breaking News

OnTheMarket emails agents to steady the ship after media coverage

OnTheMarket chief executive Ian Springett has sent an email to member agents following articles about alleged legal challenges to the portal...

14 April 2016

From: Breaking News

OTM disputes begin to focus on Information Memorandum and fees

The broad disgruntlement of some OnTheMarket estate agent members over claims of poor quality and low quantity of leads, and the...

13 April 2016

From: Breaking News

Agents say they are unmoved by OnTheMarket threat of legal action

Some estate agents who received a letter from lawyers acting on behalf of Agents’ Mutual say they will still not upload...

11 April 2016

From: Breaking News

You read it here first: What to look for in Osborne’s Budget

When it comes to Budgets and Property, you have to hope that the old adage that ‘things happen in threes’ turns...

12 March 2016

From: Features

The issue of over-valuing in the PCL lettings market

These days we have a wealth of information at our fingertips, the mere touch of a button or two provides more...

12 March 2016

From: Features

Surprise move: removal firms to join The Property Ombudsman redress

In a surprise move, The Property Ombudsman is to allow all 420 registered firms in the British Association of Removers to...

03 February 2016

From: Breaking News

Agency settles dispute with rival over 95% of sales completed claim

A dispute between two agents over a claim that “95 per cent agreed sales proceed to completion” has been resolved informally...

31 December 2015

From: Breaking News

Sean Hooker, Head of Redress, PRS

Who are you? I’m the Head of Redress at the Property Redress Scheme. I previously worked for Legal & General PLC dealing...

23 December 2015

From: 60 Second Interview

 Longer completion days: removals’ body steps up opposition to CHAPS change

The British Association of Removers has entered the dispute over changes to the CHAPS arrangements for the transfer of monies on...

22 December 2015

From: Breaking News

Government's single 'official' house price index to be launched by June

A single definitive ‘official’ government house price index is to be launched by June. During the summer the Office for National Statistics...

16 December 2015

From: Breaking News

eMoov and other property firms resolve ad disputes with advertising watchdog

eMoov is one of several property firms to have ‘informally resolved’ disputes with the Advertising Standards Authority - usually achieved by...

16 December 2015

From: Breaking News

Property Natter: the end of an era

It was an end of an era in the property world this week. Christopher Hamer stepped down as the Property Ombudsman...

04 December 2015

From: Features

Stamp Duty income to soar by 50 per cent in five years, says Treasury

The Treasury has admitted that stamp duty ‘take’ is expected to soar from £11.2 billion this year to £17.8 billion in...

30 November 2015

From: Breaking News

Residents go to newspaper to dispute agents' property description

The residents of a housing estate in Northamptonshire have gone to a local newspaper to dispute what they claim is an...

17 November 2015

From: Breaking News

Agents expelled from Property Ombudsman over compensation dispute

Two more agents have been expelled by TPO because they failed to pay awards when ordered to pay compensation, and because...

11 November 2015

From: Breaking News

Most agents don't check vendor-neighbour disputes - claim

An insurance company claims that around 60 per cent of estate agents do not check with their vendor clients about disputes...

10 November 2015

From: Breaking News

Warring agents resolve dispute over ad claiming property had been sold

A row between two agencies over an advertisement claiming one of them had sold a property the other had failed to...

04 November 2015

From: Breaking News

Central London agent in dispute with OnTheMarket over fees, leads, visits

A central London estate agent is in dispute with OnTheMarket over its leads, number of agencies on board, and visits from...

29 October 2015

From: Breaking News

Purplebricks and other agencies resolve complaints to advertising watchdog

Four estate agencies including online player Purplebricks have resolved complaints submitted to the Advertising Standards Authority. Every week the ASA publishes a...

14 October 2015

From: Breaking News

Sheffield: an example of how a local authority can enforce compliance

It’s been nearly a year since all lettings and property management agents have been legally required to join a redress scheme...

25 September 2015

From: Features

New official guidance to help agents meet CPRs and BPRs

A new trading standards Guidance on Property Sales has been launched aimed at improving estate agency service to customers.  The Powys-based National...

02 September 2015

From: Breaking News

'Complaining Cow' warns of property redress chaos

A consumer champion says a new privatised system of Alternative Dispute Resolution, being introduced in October, threatens to create ‘complaints chaos’...

10 August 2015

From: Breaking News

New government house price index 'early in 2016'

It now appears likely that there will be a new government house price index launched in the first half of next...

15 July 2015

From: Breaking News

PRS Announce Partnership with Small Claims Mediation

The Property Redress Scheme (PRS) is delighted to announce their partnership with the award winning mediation provider, Small Claims Mediation (SCM) The...

11 June 2015

From: Sponsored Content

Oh no, not another complaint...

OK, you’ve had your fun. Now let’s leave the regulators regulate and work for the public. If you don’t know what I...

22 May 2015

From: Features

Landlords must register old tenancy deposits – now!

In 2007, the government introduced a compulsory deposit protection scheme as part of the Housing Act 2004 to help protect tenants...

22 May 2015

From: Features

NAEA Lawline dominated by terms of business

The new Lawline operated for the National Association of Estate Agents appears so far to be concentrating on calls about employment...

20 May 2015

From: Breaking News

Online agency seething about ASA complaint from High Street agent

Online agency EweMove says it is seething about a complaint made to the Advertising Standards Authority by a high street estate...

18 May 2015

From: Breaking News

Is Gazeal for real?

“More than 1 in 3 agreed property deals in England & Wales fall through… Gazeal is a new system for property sales,...

23 April 2015

From: Features

Mansion tax 'forces 120,000 to revalue homes'

Around 120,000 home owners will have to spend around £110m to revalue their homes if Labour’s mansion tax policies come into...

22 April 2015

From: Breaking News

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