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Phil Spencer launches new online advice service for buyers

TV property expert Phil Spencer is launching an online advice service for buyers and tenants, including offering guidance on the specific property they may be considering purchasing or renting. Spencer, who before becoming a TV property celebrity started the buying agency Garrington Property Finders, says his new site – www.moveiq.co.uk -… Source: Estate Agent News

Rightmove identifies 10 fastest-moving local housing markets

Rightmove’s latest assessment of the housing market suggests that Newport in Gwent is the fastest moving area in Britain for vendors. A home on the market there takes an average of 52 days to find a buyers, down by a third from this time last year. The portal says Newport is… Source: Estate Agent News

Boost for housing market with surge in number of first time buyers

The switchback of house price indices and other data on the state of the market has taken a turn for the better with news that there was a seven per cent surge in the number of first time buyers completing in January. The data, just released by UK Finance, shows there… Source: Estate Agent News

Savills reveals its "highly resilient" UK residential performance in 2017

Savills has reported good figures for 2017 although most of its strongest performance was outside the world of residential property. In a statement to shareholders and the City this morning, the company – which operates across the world in a range of property-related sectors – says that last year group revenue… Source: Estate Agent News

Another agency wins award based on reviews by “real customers”

Andrews Property Group has won the Feefo Trusted Service award, which the agency describes as “an independent seal of excellence that recognises businesses which deliver exceptional experiences, rated by real customers.” The criteria for the award suggest that Andrews must have collected at least 50 reviews in 2017 with a Feefo service… Source: Estate Agent News

Russian-owned property in UK appears to have escaped 'spy sanctions'

UK measures to retaliate against alleged Russian government-sponsored nerve agent attack on former spy Sergei Skripal have excluded any attempt to interfere with Russian-owned property, particularly in London.  Skripal, 66, and his daughter Yulia, 33, remain critically ill in hospital after apparently being attacked with the nerve agent in Salisbury on… Source: Estate Agent News