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Base Rate UP – how will it affect the housing market?

The Bank of England has raised the base rate from 0.25 per cent to 0.5 per cent. The Bank’s monetary policy committee was split seven to two. Mortgage lenders are now expected to follow suit with small increases to their lending rates. “What the industry needs to ensure … is that it works to… Source: Estate […]

Video and marketing bid to promote No Sale, No Fee agency model

The Guild of Property Professionals is launching a marketing campaign to promote the benefits of the No Sale, No Fee estate agency business model to consumers. The campaign aims to educate the public about the benefits of No Sale, No Fee, highlighting that their agent will want the same thing as… Source: Estate Agent News

YOPA agency ranked with Uber and Airbnb as 'top start-up of 2017'

The Savills-backed online estate agency YOPA has found itself in glittering company amongst 25 firms listed by business media site LinkedIn as the top UK start ups of 2017. The definition of start-up may be loose as the list includes relatively long-standing companies such as Uber, Deliveroo, Airbnb, GoCardless and WeWork…. Source: Estate Agent News

Market unlikely to be impact by small rate rise – even if it happens

Experts suggest that a possible interest rate rise this morning – if it is backed by a majority of members of the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee – will have minimal impact on the housing market. “The proportion of borrowers directly impacted by a rate rise will be smaller than… Source: Estate Agent News

Dismember me this way: your final Halloween pics and videos

As ours attentions turn from pumpkins to bonfires, a final thank you from all of us at Estate Agent Today for the terrific photographs sent in of your offices and staff. You’re clearly a fangtastic bunch. Our final photograph comes from Trident Properties at Eastbourne – many thanks to lettings manager Sarah… Source: Estate Agent News

The 'Golden Age' of house price growth is over, admits estate agency

The first of the major estate agency research teams to offer a forecast for the 2018 market has kicked off the predictions season in gloomy style, saying “the Gold Age of house prices” has come to an end. JLL says prices will rise by just one per cent next year, ahead of… Source: Estate Agent News