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CMA releases cartel agents’ investigation details

The Competition and Markets Authority has released a 135 page document giving explicit details of its latest agency cartel investigation. This includes emails, telephone calls and interviews with and between the agents at the centre of the scandal; it also refers to some agents and witnesses whose evidence was regarded as… Source: Estate Agent News

Agency boss has near-death experience and warns about work-stress

The founder of an online agency has spoken publicly for the first time about how his near-death experience led him to ultimately walk away from the company – and how the stress of running an agency has led him to re-evaluate the priorities for his family and work. James Davis founded… Source: Estate Agent News

Revealed – the agent posting Instagram pictures of clients’ houses

The high-end estate agent who has quit his post after being found to have posted pictures of clients’ houses on Instagram has been named. Last week The Times made reference to speculation that an agency was being sued by clients upset at seeing images of their properties on an individual agent’s… Source: Estate Agent News

Stamp duty receipts down again – agency demands government action

Data from HM Revenue & Customs shows tax receipts from stamp duty fell a further 5.2 per cent between 2018 and 2019, part of a broad decline in income since late 2016. The figures have prompted a demand by Jackson-Stops’ chairman Nick Leeming that the government wake up to the fact… Source: Estate Agent News

New ‘silver’ website bans agents and bids to cut downsizing

A new website called Silver Sharers says it’s chief objective is to help older home owners remain in their properties without having to move to downsize. The website operates a weekly newsletter and the combined service makes clear its objectives when it says; “It's intended to help older people remain in their… Source: Estate Agent News

Conveyancing call for Knotweed info shows need for treatment – claim

The increasing demand for information on Japanese Knotweed during the house buying process is emphasising the need for householders to pay more attention to the problem, it is claimed. Mortgage lenders now require the sellers of properties affected by knotweed to provide evidence of a professional treatment plan along with an… Source: Estate Agent News