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Housing 'promoted' to full Cabinet status in cosmetic reshuffle

The Department of Communities and Local Government has been rebadged as the Department of Housing, Communities and Local Government in what would appear to be a  cosmetic-only change announced by Downing Street.   Sajiv Javid, the old secretary of state, remains in the same post with the new title.    Whitehall-watchers says the change… Source: […]

Exclusive: New 'super-portal' launching in the UK on March 1

A new property portal called Linktosale aims to launch in the UK at the start of March following what appears to be the successful launch of a sister portal in Australia. One of the creators of the site, Chris Soltvedt, has told Estate Agent Today: “We have just launched it in… Source: Estate Agent News

Agencies back sales progression tool that cuts completion times

A chain tracking platform claims a trial by Leaders Group during 2017 shows its sales progression tool improving completion times by up to three weeks and reducing the risk of fall-throughs. “An initial trial of View My Chain improved completion times by up to three weeks in some cases, and on… Source: Estate Agent News

Another regional chain says it's sceptical of online agency popularity

A senior figure in another regional estate agency group has expressed scepticism about the popularity of online choices for vendors. Last week Arun Estates, which has four major High Street brands in parts of the south of England, made clear that it was not going down the online route because it… Source: Estate Agent News

London first time buyers could take 10 years to save for a deposit

New analysis by the Nationwide has revealed just how big an obstacle a 20 per cent deposit can be for buyers in much of the country.  Using regional income data, the presumption that a first timer would have to put down a 20 per cent deposit, and the expectation that lenders… Source: Estate Agent News

Editor defends Persimmon chief's £107m 'Help To Buy' bonus

The business editor of right-wing political weekly The Spectator has made an attempt to defend the controversial £109m bonus paid to Jeff Fairburn, the chief executive of housebuilder Persimmon. Fairburn’s bonus came about as a result of a long-term incentive plan set up by the housebuilder in 2012, tying bonuses to… Source: Estate Agent News