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Purplebricks names July date to reveal company performance

Purplebricks has announced that it is to give a trading update and the result of its review of its US activities on July 3.  The statement that morning will formally be covering the company’s full year results for the 12 months ended April 30, but the agency always adds a more recent… Source: Estate Agent News

PropTech Today: The rise and rise of the iBuyer

“You say tomato, I say tomato” is a line in a famous film score way back in the 1937 film Shall We Dance. Our property equivalent is we say ‘online agent’, they say ‘iBuyer’. I wasn’t familiar with the term until a venture capitalist (VC) called for my advice a few… Source: Estate Agent News

Rightmove to probe agency's status after allegations of fake listings

Rightmove says its data quality team is to conduct “a full review of the current customer” after an allegation about a fake agency listing dummy properties on the portal. Estate Agent Today has received details of an allegation that an agency already banned from Rightmove, allegedly for breaching its terms and… Source: Estate Agent News

Measuring Up – bid to improve floorplan accuracy and consistency

The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors is running a Certified Property Measurer course aimed at training agents and others in the industry to measure consistently in line with international standards.  Earlier this year a Proptech firm Spec claimed agents were currently undervaluing properties because of what it called “outdated and inaccurate property… Source: Estate Agent News

Is yours a family-run agency? If so, you could be a reality TV star

A TV production company is looking for family-run estate agencies to be considered for a possible reality TV show. Curve Media – the firm behind the recent BBC success Our Dementia Choir with Vicky McClure – says it’s been approached by two major TV networks to create a pilot show featuring… Source: Estate Agent News

Banker’s brainchild: new First Time Buyer service is launched

FirstHomeCoach, the brainchild of a former HSBC banker, has launched with the aim of providing “every service” a first time buyer will require. Founded by Ben Leonard, former head of financial institutions at HSBC, the online service has partnered with a number of data, mortgage and property companies as well as… Source: Estate Agent News