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Purplebricks: adviser says the "odd detractor" doesn't diminish success

The research director of an investment firm which has advised Purplebricks says the “odd detractor” who doesn’t sell their home does not alter the fact that the agency is a success. Robin Savage, research director of Zeus Capital – the firm which acted as nominated adviser and sole broker to Purplebricks… Source: Estate Agent News

London agency Douglas & Gordon embraces hybrid part-online model

London’s long-standing chain Douglas & Gordon is the latest company to embrace the concept of the Purplebricks-style hybrid estate agency. The company’s website says it still has 19 branches across London but a statement released to the press yesterday says that “traditional bricks and mortar offices [are] becoming a thing of… Source: Estate Agent News

Stamp Duty soars to 7.5% on homes over £400,000 in Wales

The Welsh Government has set out the new levels of stamp duty for the country from next year onwards – and the tax on homes costing above £400,000 will soar to 7.5 per cent compared to the current five per cent. From next April Wales will be scrapping the term stamp… Source: Estate Agent News

PropTech Today: Blockchain – who are the key players?

In his PropTech 3.0 report, Andrew Baum dedicated an entire section to blockchain; it was titled: ‘Blockchain is coming – get ready’.  His report tells us that, over the next ten years, blockchain will be one of the key disruptors of the property industry. We’ve all been talking about it for some… Source: Estate Agent […]

New board appointed for agency after acquisition by French bank

Strutt & Parker has revealed its new board following the takeover by the real estate arm of French bank BNP Paribas.  The acquisition – which we reported on here, back in August – means Strutts will continue to operate its residential offices under its existing name; as has been reported over… Source: Estate Agent News

England's new homes shortfall 'will exceed one million by 2022' – claim

England faces a growing gulf between new build completions and new households being added to the population according to a new survey.  Analysis of government and Office for National Statistics figures for conveyancing firm Search Acumen looked at the volume of new homes completed in England each year since 1976 compared… Source: Estate Agent News