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Rightmove enjoys record visits on Boxing Day as market resumes

Early figures suggest record numbers of people visited Rightmove just after Christmas, giving renewed hope that the market may step up a gear in 2019.  Over the weekend between Christmas and New Year, Rightmove tweeted that it enjoyed 25,147,701 pages viewed on Boxing Day.  Meanwhile figures from the Daily Mail suggest that… Source: Estate Agent […]

New Year Sale: £1.1m off homes on Britain’s most expensive street

Ilchester Place in London’s Holland Park may be the most expensive residential street in Britain – but it’s cheaper than a year ago. Average prices on the road are £1.1m down on late 2017 thanks to the capital’s ongoing Brexit worries; even so Lloyds Bank has identified the street as the most… Source: Estate Agent News

40 agency offices shortlisted for Guild's annual awards

The shortlist has been announced for the annual Guild of Property Professionals Awards to be held on January 17 in London.  The Guild says the 40 shortlisted “are those that have excelled in various aspects of the business throughout the year, with a large weighting being placed on customer-centric service.”  As last… Source: Estate Agent […]

Happy New Year and every success – our wish from Estate Agent Today

As 2018 ticks away and 2019 beckons, it’s time for everyone at Estate Agent Today to wish you, your family and your business all success in the New Year and beyond. It’s tempting to say that the next 12 months could hardly be more momentous than the past year where we… Source: Estate Agent News

Developer’s scam leaves buy to let purchasers £12m out of pocket

Six directors have been banned from office after misleading over 300 people who bought new build homes in the north of England. The buyers spent £12m on buy to let units, mostly in Bradford and Greater Manchester. Four of the directors are based in Malaysia, including one who has been disqualified for 12… Source: Estate Agent […]

Thugs smash windows of agent’s office causing £1,500 damage

It’s been reported that an estate agency in Burgess Hill, West Sussex, has had its windows smashed, causing £1,500 of damage. Arlington Residential Sales and Lettings’ office in the town was hit just before the Christmas break and proprietor Neil Ingram is quoted as saying: “I have been here four years… Source: Estate Agent News

Another city succumbs to Brexit jitters according to Knight Frank

A major UK city which previously appeared to have avoided Brexit-induced problems is now showing signs of being affected by political uncertainty.  After a relatively upbeat snapshot of Edinburgh’s Prime housing market performance in the final quarter of this year, research spokesman Oliver Knight says: “In the main, the data suggests… Source: Estate Agent News

London price falls drag down UK-wide housing market snapshot

House price inflation across the UK has slowed to a six-year low of 2.6 per cent thanks to falls in London and other southern cities according to Hometrack. The consultancy, now part of Zoopla, says house prices in the capital have fallen by 0.1 per cent over the past 12 months,… Source: Estate Agent News

“Brexit’s not to blame” for housing market doldrums

One of the country’s most detailed housing market forecasts for 2019 suggests house prices will fall in London and nearby regions – but it insists Brexit is not to blame. The listings website Home, which issues a detailed monthly housing market snapshot, predicts that house prices across the country are set… Source: Estate Agent News

Londoners cash in their equity and spend £30 billion on homes across the UK

Londoners paid some £30 billion on homes elsewhere in the UK this year – the highest amount since 2007. A report from Countrywide’s high-end brand Hamptons International says the previous high spent by Londoners outside the capital was £37 billion in 2007. Londoners purchased 74,350 homes in other parts of the UK… Source: Estate Agent […]