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Corporates lose more and more agents to self-employment – claim

There’s a growing trend for estate agents to quit big-name corporates and either go independent or join US-style brokerages, a top agent says. Camilla Dell, managing partner at sales and buying agency Black Brick, says she has seen this become particularly common in London and means sellers have many more routes to… Source: Estate Agent News

ESTAS Exclusive – here’s the shortlist for the 2020 awards

The ESTAS today reveals its shortlist for the 2020 Awards which includes the Zoopla Xcellence Award – a special category that celebrates 10 years of the portal’s headline sponsorship of the industry’s most respected awards. The ESTAS Awards recognise agents, conveyancers and brokers from across the industry for delivering excellence in customer… Source: Estate Agent News

Agents’ safety boosted by PropTech location alarm system

A PropTech firm claims it will improve the security of estate agents and other lone workers through a new app and location data system. Safepoint allows employers to monitor their lone workers' safety via an app and a so-called Guardian Portal viewable through a web browser.  When lone workers create tasks on the… Source: Estate Agent […]

Move Over Men: the national agency with over 60% female staff

Hunters has become one of the first major agencies to reveal the gender balance of its staff – and 60 per cent are female. Hunters has over 200 branches and some 680 fully accredited staff members across the network and passing through its training academy. Over 410, or just over 60… Source: Estate Agent News

Boris Bounce subsides as agent admits London sales slump

There are fears that the so-called Boris Bounce which saw a surge in activity after the General Election may be hitting reverse. Knight Frank, often seen as one of the more eternally-optimistic agencies, says that the immediate post-election period saw the highest monthly number of exchanges in Prime Central London in… Source: Estate Agent News

Affordability crunch means most first time buyers quit home towns

A survey suggests that 77 per cent of first time buyers do not purchase their initial property in the same town as their parents – and many move over 20 miles away. A study of 2,000 people by Zoopla found that just eight per cent bought their first home within a… Source: Estate Agent News