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Warning to agents that HMRC is on the warpath over Anti-Money Laundering

A compliance specialist company is warning that as it believes relatively few estate agents fully understand their anti-money laundering obligations, firms must now ensure their guidance for and training of staff is complete, up to date and fully complying with regulations.  Lysis Financial cites a recent survey undertaken by a leading… Source: Estate Agent News

Quicker conveyancing pledged as Land Registry puts council searches online

HM Land Registry has taken another step towards its aim to “make conveyancing simpler, faster and cheaper” for the general public. The Registry has embarked on a serious of digitisation programmes in recent months, while at the same time being critical of other elements of the conveyancing process – notably the… Source: Estate Agent News

Property Jobs Today – the latest on moves within the industry…

Welcome once again to Property Jobs Today, the notice-board for agents, suppliers and other property professionals moving within, out or in to our industry.  Everyone here has contacted us at press@estateagenttoday.co.uk – please do the same if you want to be featured, and it would be great to have a picture… Source: Estate Agent News

Slashed asking prices on 'super-prime' houses highlighted by buying agency

High-profile buying agency Black Brick has highlighted the scale of reductions now being made by sellers of some trophy properties in prime central London. Black Brick managing partner Camilla Dell says that while the capital’s long-beleaguered market may be turning for some higher end properties, the so-called ‘super-prime’ sector – those… Source: Estate Agent News

First time sellers must find average of £136,000 to move to their next home

A survey by Lloyds Bank has revealed that the average ‘first time seller’ requires very nearly £136,000 to bridge the gap between the typical sale price of their first home and the likely asking price of their next purchase.  Lloyds says today’s typical ‘second steppers’ bought their first property in 2014,… Source: Estate Agent News