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Knock Knock: Ex-Purplebricks duo pledge to “shake up industry”

A new hybrid set up by ex-Purplebricks territory owners says it wants to "redefine estate agency in the customer's favour." Knock Knock Homes appears to aim at the mid to higher end of the market with a basic £3,000 fee that reduces according to the agency's performance on a sale; it also uses Facebook… Source: Estate Agent News

Coronavirus “a real issue” hurting the market says another agent

A second prominent agent has broken cover to say Coronavirus is slowing the market. Jess Simpson – an ex-Savills and ex-Strutt and Parker sales agent – says the virus is curbing international interest in high-end country property.   Simpson, who now runs her own buying agency, says: “International buyers at the top… Source: Estate Agent […]

Stamp Duty must be cut says Boris Johnson’s ‘own’ magazine

The right wing political magazine that Boris Johnson used to edit has called on him to cut stamp duty. The Spectator says that next week’s Budget will have to prepare Johnson’s new overall majority government to overcome its current £40 billion deficit, so warns that tax cuts will be few and… Source: Estate Agent News

Trading Standards demands “material information” in property details

Trading Standards says agents must include more “material information” in property details even if this may not be a wholly positive point for the home in question. James Munro – lead officer at the National Association of Estate and Letting Agents Team – has told the National Association of Estate Agents… Source: Estate Agent News

Four-year high for mortgage approvals in pre-virus period

Mortgage lenders approved the highest number of loans for house purchase in nearly four years in January, according to Bank of England figures. The BoE says lenders signed off 70,888 mortgages in January, well up on the 67,930 in December and the highest figure since February 2016. However, these figures obviously apply… Source: Estate Agent […]

Housing Minister launches 'home of the future' competition

The government has launched a competition to attract what it calls “the best and brightest talents of the housing industry” to design the homes of the future. In recent months House Secretary Robert Jenrick has been critical of the appearance of new-build homes and now his new Housing Minister – Christopher… Source: Estate Agent News