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LSL's agency brands reveal growth in past year despite market woe

LSL Property Services – parent company to 12 brands including Your Move, Reeds Rains and London’s Marsh & Parsons – has reported on what it calls its “robust performance” in 2017 with two per cent revenue growth for its estate agency division.  Its report to the City today says that: – its… Source: Estate Agent […]

Industry first as new tool allows agents to amend instant valuations

The provider of an automated valuation system has introduced a new feature to allow agents to amend the valuation if there is an anomaly.  The tool called MyPal – an add-on to the ValPal valuation tool produced by Angels Media, publisher of Estate Agent Today – is free of charge and… Source: Estate Agent News

GDPR Weekly: Who should oversee your compliance?

Coming into force on May 25, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – which replaces the Data Protection Act 1998 – is something which all businesses are expected to comply with. For a while now, many estate and letting agents will have been working hard to prepare for the new rules.  To… Source: Estate Agent […]

Six months before CMA update on agents' alleged Competitions Act breach

It is thought likely that there will be no new update on the investigation into agents’ alleged infringement of the Competitions Act until September. On Friday last week the Competitions and Markets Authority announced a probe into an unnamed agency or agencies, which followed the authority’s investigation into an earlier cartel… Source: Estate Agent News

Agency and Alice are the perfect advertisement for apprentices

Alice Hickmott is the perfect advertisement for apprentices in estate agency – especially as we are now in National Apprentice Week.  Essex agency Beresfords, which celebrates half a century in business this year, took on Alice in 2012 as one of a number of apprentices in its annual intake.  Now the company… Source: Estate Agent […]

Senior agents say wider issues must be addressed in housing debate

An estate agent and former chairman of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors says the government’s latest drive to build new homes is welcome, but must look at wider issues than just those concerning planning. In recent days Prime Minister Theresa May and Housing Secretary Sajid Javid have been outspoken in… Source: Estate Agent News