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Transaction time slashed to 11 days by digital conveyancing

A digital platform claims its taken “a massive step” towards speeding up property sales with what it says is the first fully digitised end-to-end property transaction up to the point of contract exchange.  It has involved a new-build apartment in Stevenage and took 11 days. The firm, Yourkeys, says its process reduced… Source: Estate Agent […]

Stamp Duty: will reform of hated tax begin on March 11?

The new government has announced that its first Budget is to be held on Wednesday March 11 – and it’s giving agents and others the opportunity to put forward their views. Last summer Prime Minister Boris Johnson said during his Tory leadership campaign that he would consider raising the stamp duty… Source: Estate Agent News

Portal pledges to remain free to list for agents – forever

A property portal says that it’s going to remain free to list for estate and letting agents – and that pledge will remain in place forever, it insists. Residential People was set up in March of last year and within 10 months now claims to have approaching a million property listings from… Source: Estate Agent News

PropTech Today: Are you ready for a decade of planning ahead?

2020, the start of a new decade. Looking back, 2010 feels like such a long time ago, and looking forward to 2030 seems equally an age away. However, the best laid plans should always be started early. Whether you are just starting out in your career, are mid-way through, or entering… Source: Estate Agent News

The Whole Nine Miles – the distance of a typical house move in 2019

The typical house move in 2019 turned out to be just nine miles – and large numbers of buyers moved within a mere five miles of their previous home. The data has come from home move comparison site reallymoving. It says the median distance for a house move last year was ninemiles… Source: Estate Agent […]

Deposits still hard to raise despite a weak decade for house prices

House price growth in the past decade was at its weakest for 30 years – and despite that it remains though for buyers to afford a deposit on a home according to the Nationwide.  The lender has analysed market data over the course of the last 10 years and says that… Source: Estate Agent News