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KEYWORD "Property Buyers" - 45 RESULTS
Quick Sale trade body boasts of few complaints after five years

The trade body representing so-called quick sale companies is marking five years in business with two feathers in its cap. Firstly the...

16 May 2019

From: Breaking News

The good, the bad and the future of property chain communication

Thinking about the state of communication across residential property chains is enough to induce a severe migraine. We work in a world...

20 March 2019

From: Features

Stay relevant and win business in a challenging market

In these tougher times, we recognise that helping agents win new inventory is the key to their businesses.  There were more than...

20 February 2019

From: Features

Property Natter: referral fees, HIPs & Bee Gees tributes - Rob Hailstone Q & A

With the home buying and selling process firmly on the news agenda of late – everything from a possible ban on...

16 February 2019

From: Features

A new approach to data can empower Generation Rent to buy

Purchasing a property. It’s a key life goal that so many Millennials aspire to - yet one that has become frustratingly...

02 February 2019

From: Features

VR - the third consideration stage for property buyers

Thanks to vast improvements in processing powers, the use of virtual reality (VR) in some sectors is becoming more evident than...

08 December 2018

From: Features

The Hub Club - another agency shuts branches and opens central office

Yet another estate agency has announced that it’s shutting branches and opening a centralised hub. This time it’s Newman Property Experts, a...

28 November 2018

From: Breaking News

New portal claims to offer an alternative to part-exchange

A service which describes itself as an alternative to part exchange has been launched to facilitate sales to ‘corporate property buyers’. It’s...

17 October 2018

From: Breaking News

'Slump City' house prices set to rebound, claims agency

A city’s housing market that suffered badly because of the collapse in North Sea oil prices is now likely to rebound...

17 October 2018

From: Breaking News

Leasehold scandal continues - almost all buyers regret their purchase

Almost all buyers of new build houses who purchased a leasehold regret doing so, and the vast majority say they definitely wouldn't...

07 September 2018

From: Breaking News

Why Brexit is killing the London housing market

With the continued indecision surrounding Brexit and the final divorce settlement still months away, it seems property buyers are choosing to...

28 July 2018

From: Features

“We Buy Any House” says cash property buyer Ask Susan

If you’re an estate agent and have a property that is difficult to sell or the homeowner simply needs a fast...

20 July 2018

From: Sponsored Content

Broken chains are biggest cause of fall throughs, costing buyers millions

Breakdowns within property chains are the most common cause of fall throughs, according to a new study. Over the last ten years,...

25 May 2018

From: Breaking News

Cash trolleys, Porsches and pampering - buyers' desperate acts revealed

To demonstrate the lengths some buyers will go to make sure their offer is accepted, NAEA Propertymark has asked its agent...

24 May 2018

From: Breaking News

Property listings with video tours receive 'hundreds more views' – claim

An estate agent claims that online property listings which include video tours receive 'hundreds more views' than those without. Dan Killeen of...

23 May 2018

From: Breaking News

Prime London woe: price falls, slow sales and valuation mark-downs

Coutts bank has issued a starkly pessimistic snapshot of prime London’s housing landscape, reporting price falls, valuation mark-downs and slower sales...

27 April 2018

From: Breaking News

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

Digital-savvy movers favouring specialist conveyancers over local solicitors

Home movers are opting to use specialist conveyancers over local solicitors, according to new research. Conveyancing software firm InfoTrack says 43% of...

21 February 2018

From: Breaking News

Why agents should look to online auctions in a challenging market

Between October and December 2017, some £822 million worth of UK residential property was sold at auction, according to the Essential...

07 February 2018

From: Features

Combatting a knotty problem for estate agents

Japanese knotweed, the invasive plant brought over to Britain in the Victorian era, threatens millions of pounds worth of property transactions...

20 January 2018

From: Features

NTSEAT and TPO warnings after police probe quick sale company

The police are investigating a quick sale company after a claim by an individual that he received less than half of...

11 August 2017

From: Breaking News

Online agencies seen as threat to 'quick sale' buying firms

A third of ‘quick sale’ companies - those that buy homes in bulk at discounted prices - say the rise of...

20 July 2017

From: Breaking News

Great expectations can be a dickens of a problem

Great Expectations was a fantastic novel-cum-social-history written by Charles Dickens, who once lived in my adopted home city of Portsmouth. But these...

17 June 2017

From: Features

Over a third of sales fall through before completion - claim

More than one in three house sales across England and Wales fell through before completion in the first quarter of 2017,...

06 April 2017

From: Breaking News

Only 14 complaints about 'quick sale' buying firms in two years, says TPO

There were only 14 complaints to The Property Ombudsman about so-called 'quick sale' firms - the professional buying companies that purchase...

10 March 2017

From: Breaking News

Stamp duty change 'means HMRC to miss revenue target' says agency

Recent stamp duty changes have resulted in a substantial decline in transaction numbers and HM Revenue & Customs missing its revenue...

23 November 2016

From: Breaking News

Autumn Statement: The property industry's wish list for Philip Hammond

It may still be too early to start compiling a Christmas wish list, but it is the right time to provide...

19 November 2016

From: Features

What does a Donald Trump win mean for the UK property market?

It is fair to say that 2016 is a year full of surprises. Anyone who had the foresight to predict Britain...

12 November 2016

From: Features

London's overseas property buyers win support from an unlikely quarter

The importance of overseas buyers in underpinning increasing elements of the capital’s housing market and won support from an unlikely quarter...

06 September 2016

From: Breaking News

Property auctions market round-up Q2 2016

With a number of agent partner programmes available nationwide, estate agents can often increase business by offering sales by auction, especially...

15 July 2016

From: Features

Call for evidence: why technology needs to underpin house buying

Nearly three quarters of people who have sold or bought a property deem it more stressful than having a child or...

15 July 2016

From: Features

'Separation' becoming a driving force in the property market

A significant number of properties are coming to market as a result of separations which don't involve divorce, according to a...

02 June 2016

From: Breaking News

Women buyers more likely to 'mentally move into a home' than men

Women property buyers are more instinctive when buying a home and are therefore 13% more likely to 'mentally move into a...

01 June 2016

From: Breaking News

Increasing number of households plan to buy a property in the next year

An increasing number of UK households say they plan to buy a property in the next 12 months.  Knight Frank's latest house...

24 May 2016

From: Breaking News

Private sales site tells vendors they can sell their home for a pound

A new private sales website is offering sellers the chance to market their property for 28 days for just £1. After the...

23 May 2016

From: Breaking News

What does the future hold for buyers' online property searches?

I recently read an article in City A.M. titled: ‘Five ways we will be buying property in 2025’ – it makes...

25 March 2016

From: Features

Property buying ‘frenzy’ spreads across the country

A property buying spree recorded in the East of England last month has now spread across the rest of the UK.  The...

14 March 2016

From: Breaking News

Naivety is a becoming a real headache

The property market is racing ahead, but not everyone who wants to be part of it appears to want to keep...

12 March 2016

From: Features

A scruffy exterior knocks over £50,000 off an asking price, claims bank

A poor exterior of a property on sale knocks an average £57,600 off the price that a home fetches from fast-deciding...

18 February 2016

From: Breaking News

Christmas is no time for agents to wind down

No sooner was Halloween done and dusted than attentions turned to Christmas: shops were dressed with festive decorations; town centre lights...

27 November 2015

From: Features

Why the NAEA is right to tighten money laundering screws

News from the Halifax this week that the combined values of the residential properties in London amounts to £1.13 trillion, virtually...

13 November 2015

From: Features

Agents 'missing out on income by not charging for referrals' - claim

A company is claiming that estate agents are missing out on substantial potential income by not charging for referrals of clients...

22 October 2015

From: Breaking News

For Sale By Owner website launches - will it succeed?

Another day, another website for online property sales - but this site does not describe itself as an estate agent and...

16 September 2015

From: Breaking News

Gazumping on the decline, says eMoov

The number of buyers being gazumped has fallen by 40% since October 2014, according to online estate agent eMoov. The agency surveyed...

25 August 2015

From: Breaking News

Virtual viewing debate continues as another firm launches offering

A London start-up is the latest to launch virtual reality technology aimed at estate agents and property buyers.  Launched last week, VirtuEye...

09 June 2015

From: Breaking News

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