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House prices: Nationwide records biggest monthly drop since 2012

The latest house price index from Nationwide shows a monthly fall of 0.5% in August, the largest decline recorded since July 2012. This follows monthly growth of 0.7% in July, bringing the average UK property price down to £214,745 last month. Nationwide also reports that annual house price growth is continuing to… Source: Estate Agent […]

Help to Buy scheme facing the axe in government review

Speculation is growing that the Help to Buy scheme is set to be discontinued following a review by government ministers. Recent research suggests that the scheme – which was implemented to help first-time buyers – is pushing up house prices and only helping wealthy people to move up the housing ladder. According… Source: Estate Agent […]

Approved: rules to make it easier for consumers to choose conveyancers

New rules set out by the Council for Licensed Conveyancers (CLC), which aim to support consumer choice, have been approved by the Legal Services Board (LSB). The CLC will now amend its rules in December this year which will require its licensed conveyancers to improve the information they provide to consumers. CLC… Source: Estate Agent […]

Property Jobs Today – a roundup of the latest industry moves

Following a break for last week's final Bank Holiday before Christmas, we're back with a bumper edition of Property Jobs Today. We're here to share your company's employment moves from new hires and promotions to departures and reshuffles. To see your latest property jobs news in these news pages, all you… Source: Estate Agent News

It's an early bath for downstairs bathrooms – agents say they wipe off value

A downstairs bathroom could knock up to 6% off the value of a property, according to estate agents.  Having a family bathroom downstairs instead of upstairs could therefore see the average UK home worth £13,580 less based on an average price of £226,351. In London, a property with a downstairs family bathroom… Source: Estate Agent […]

Crackdown on agents likely as government doubles funding for regulator

In a surprise weekend announcement the government has almost doubled funding for the National Trading Standards Estate Agency Team – the industry regulator.  Its funding has risen to some £500,000 a year, in the latest step in what the government statement calls “help [to] protect home buyers from rogue estate agents.” The Ministry… Source: Estate Agent […]