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KEYWORD "Professional Standards" - 16 RESULTS
Online auction specialist joins senior Propertymark committee

An online auction company executive has been appointed to the National Association of Valuers and Auctioneers committee for Propertymark. Stuart Collar-Brown, co-founder...

18 January 2022

From: Breaking News

Investigation opens into Purplebricks as agency hit by latest crisis

Propertymark is to probe Purplebricks over its lettings fiasco - and as the agency becomes a subject of ridicule in the...

14 December 2021

From: Breaking News

RICS new Rules of Conduct try to win back respect for battered body

The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors is trying to win back respect within the property industry with new Rules of Conduct...

11 October 2021

From: Breaking News

Agent accosting Whitty was “unacceptable” say trade bodies

The industry’s two leading trade bodies have spoken out about the incident in which an agent accosted England’s chief medical officer,...

05 July 2021

From: Breaking News

Ten useful tools to aid end of tenancy deposit deductions

The TDS annual review 2020 indicates that deposit disputes have remained low over the last year, at around 1%. This is...

24 April 2021

From: Features

Game Over for Propertymark? What future after shock resignations?

Members of Propertymark are left wondering today what if any future there is for the industry’s trade body. The shock resignation yesterday...

18 February 2021

From: Breaking News

Property Natter – who are the industry’s major trade bodies?

They are the names we hear about often, pushing for this or seeking clarifications on that. They are the representatives of...

04 July 2020

From: Features

RICS beefs up Anti-Money Laundering guide in light of Coronavirus

The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors has revised its Anti-Money Laundering guidance in the light of Coronavirus. It says the scale of...

26 May 2020

From: Breaking News

All Change! Agents should reform ‘before government intervenes’

The industry should continue to prepare for large-scale reforms such as mandatory agency training, the licensing of agents and a new...

21 May 2020

From: Breaking News

Property Natter: Q&A with Stephen Ludlow, ludlowthompson

Next week ludlowthompson celebrates its 25th anniversary. Here, I catch up with Stephen Ludlow, co-founder and now executive director of the...

11 August 2018

From: Features

RICS Blue Book: latest guide for ethical and professional agency launched

The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors has launched a comprehensive guide to what it calls “the responsibilities of residential property agents...

12 September 2017

From: Breaking News

One of London's best known agents goes in Countrywide reshuffle

Peter Young, managing director of John D Wood and one of the capital’s and the country’s best known estate agents, is...

21 October 2015

From: Breaking News

Major independent agency sets up training academy

A major independent agency is launching a training academy for current and future employees.    The Dacres Academy, will provide all eligible employees...

25 September 2015

From: Breaking News

Has buy-to-let become too popular for its own good?

Here's a thought. The Chancellor may have done the buy-to-let industry a small favour with his emergency Budget in July. What...

07 August 2015

From: Features

NAEA condemns exposed estate agents and launches investigation

The National Association of Estate Agents says the agents named in Channel 4‘s From Russia With Cash documentary may have tarnished...

09 July 2015

From: Breaking News

Countrywide links with NAEA to boost association membership

Countrywide, the UK’s largest agency group, is teaming up with the National Association of Estate Agents in what both sides call...

23 June 2015

From: Breaking News

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