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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 on the day.  Much of the stock market rollercoaster followed a slating given to the company on BBC Radio 4 – a taster before a similar critique of the company on… Source: Estate Agent News

Foxtons told: 'More digital innovation or risk being left behind'

Two leading property technology experts have warned Foxtons that it risks failing to keep up with the digital revolution which the agency itself once led.   James Dearsley and Eddie Holmes – whose PropTechConsult website and consultancy have already looked at Rightmove and Countrywide – follow a similar route in their analysis… Source: Estate Agent […]

Drought – It's a lack of supply keeping prices rising, say agents

Agents say the latest Nationwide index showing a surprise rise in house prices does not change the fact that it is chiefly a lack of supply that is keeping values moving upwards.   Lucy Pendleton, from independent agency James Pendleton, says there is no doubt.    “The cause has to be lack of supply… Source: […]

Are we really going to buy all this talk of a doomed high street?

You saw it, right? This article from Monday’s Guardian? It says that one in five estate agents are at risk of going out of business because of online competition. Now, I’m not one to get worked up, one cannot lose their temper if they wish to master the Rubik's Cube,… Source: Estate Agent News

Rightmove listing changed after complaint over 'Help To Buy' price

A housebuilder has changed the price listed on Rightmove to the full marketing price after an intervention by the Advertising Standards Authority.    This follows a complaint to the ASA about a listing on the portal from Noble Homes, claiming that the price of a three bedroom house was £136,000.    The complainant challenged… Source: […]

Almost 2m would stay together 'unhappy' if it meant they could buy

Some 1.8m UK adults have stayed or would stay in a relationship chiefly in order to get on the housing ladder, a mortgage firm claims.    A L&C Mortgages survey discovered that when looking at those planning to buy in the next five years, the number of those having stayed in a… Source: Estate Agent […]