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Emoov troubles ‘do not mean the end for hybrid agents’

The high profile financial difficulties faced by Emoov and the recent fall in the share value of Purplebricks do not mean the concept of the hybrid estate agent is dead., That’s the view of Rob Bryer, founder of The Good Estate Agent, which describes itself as the original hybrid agency in… Source: Estate Agent News

Brexit impacting prime London as prices drop again – LonRes

The LonRes data consultancy that monitors transactions right across prime central London says Brexit is the single biggest factor impacting the market – where prices now are 3.0 per cent lower than a year ago. On top of that 51 per cent of homes that have sold at all have seen… Source: Estate Agent News

Purplebricks watch out – David Brent has become an estate agent!

He’s got a fax machine for PropTech, he’s got an answerphone so he’s open 24/7, and he’s got 2.5 per cent commission to compete with the onliners – what could possibly go wrong for the Brentmeister General? Back in August we reported that David Brent (you know, the one from The… Source: Estate Agent News

PropTech Today: It’s time for agents to adapt or die

This won’t be a long article. Just to the point and hopefully with a nice angle to it.  I get asked at almost every conference I go to: “Will estate agents be out of a job?” or “Will PropTech make us all redundant?”. I can almost see it coming now…A tentative hand… Source: Estate Agent […]

Emoov advert triggers another complaint to watchdog

The troubled Emoov hybrid estate agency, currently up for sale, has removed an advertisement after a complaint to a watchdog over the clarity of its charges. The Advertising Standards Authority had received a complaint about an Emoov poster which concerned fees; according to the ASA the reference to fees excluded those… Source: Estate Agent News

Transactions Trauma – Brits now move house every 19 years

New data from Barclays Mortgages suggests Britons are now likely to stay in their homes for almost 19 years between house moves – a far cry from the seven years which was the average before the global financial crisis.  Data drawn up by Barclays and property data consultancy Hometrack says that the… Source: Estate Agent News