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Countrywide: the facts behind the accounting controversy

The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors has today published the paperwork behind the recent Countrywide £10m accounting controversy. Published on the RICS website, it reveals that the £10m of unclaimed client funds transferred from the client account into a company account was not intentional deceit. The unconventional move was discovered during a routine… Source: Estate Agent […]

Agents to receive one million shares from OnTheMarket this week

OnTheMarket will on Wednesday of this week issue over a million shares to agents who have signed new long-term listing agreements with the portal – assuming it gets the go ahead from the London Stock Exchange. No details have been revealed as to the identities or numbers of agents involved but… Source: Estate Agent News

Stamp Duty: agency poll shows doubt over Johnson honouring pledge

A survey undertaken for estate agency Jackson-Stops reveals that 55 per cent of people do not believe housing is a priority for Boris Johnson. In the same study, which has quizzed both buyers and sellers, some 41 per cent of respondents say stamp duty reform is required across all price ranges. A… Source: Estate Agent […]

Zoopla is “UK’s most comprehensive property site” with new listings

Zoopla is continuing its aggressive expansion of listings and services to agents with news this morning that it has added a large number of new homes developers and house builders to its customer base. In a statement Zoopla calls itself “the UK’s most comprehensive property website” and pledges that “our renewed… Source: Estate Agent News

Property Jobs Today: what’s happening where in our industry

Hello there and welcome along to the latest PJT, your weekly catch-up on who’s moving where in agency, amongst suppliers and elsewhere in our industry. Keep us informed of any moves over the winter…drop us a line at press@estateagenttoday.co.uk and we’ll be happy to let the industry know. Let’s start this week… Source: Estate Agent […]

Labour’s housing energy efficiency plan to cost £60 billion

A Labour proposal to dramatically improve energy efficiency in almost every British home would cost an estimated £60 billion. The upgrades would be free to low-income households over the next decade, while wealthier households would receive interest-free loans. Loft insulation, enhanced double glazing and new heating systems would form the bulk of… Source: Estate Agent […]