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Yet another house raffle competition bites the dust

Another house price raffle has closed amid rancour, and with cash prizes being awarded instead of the property originally promoted. The latest closure is of the so-called Millionaire Mansion in Devon. Back in November of last year it was announced that the result of the £10-a-ticket lottery, the prize for which was… Source: Estate Agent […]

Market Share: High Street estate agents crush online firms

New figures released show High Street estate agents taking an increasingly large market share as online operators continue to crumble. According to the fortnightly update from The Advisory, a consultancy that monitors housing market trends, figures for the two weeks to June 28 show that not only do High Street agents have… Source: Estate Agent News

Property Jobs Today – the latest industry movers and shakers…

Hello and welcome to both this week’s PJT and welcome to July. It may be summer and Wimbledon time, but there’s no shortage of appointments news from our industry. Please let us know if you or your colleagues are on the move – email us at press@estateagenttoday.co.uk and we’ll let the… Source: Estate Agent News

Tragedy as estate agent dies aged just 28

An estate agent in the west country has died, aged just 28. Adam Reed worked for the Smart Estate Agent, a fixed-fee agency operating in Torbay; a notice on the website says: “It is with saddest regret that we announce the Smart Estate Agent franchise in Torquay, Smart Estate Agent Torbay… Source: Estate Agent News

Revealed – the worst location in the country for gazumping

Gazumping is alive and well in much of the country, despite the slowdown in the property market, according to new research by Phil Spencer’s consumer service MoveIQ.  An analysis of over a million property transactions undertaken by the site with PropTech firm Gazeal shows that the worst area for gazumping is… Source: Estate Agent News

Latest housing market problem – sales of £1m-plus homes stall

It’s unlikely to bring out the violins but the number of properties sold for £1m or more in Britain rose only one per cent in 2018, ending a decade of far more substantial growth. A new survey by Lloyds Bank shows that this is directly linked to the flattening of year… Source: Estate Agent News