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Countrywide pleads to government to allow agents to return to work

Countrywide has added its weight to the campaign asking the government to allow agents to get back to work – and quickly – as the lockdown eases. In a letter to Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick this afternoon, Countrywide chief executive Paul Creffield sets out a detailed case of how his own… Source: Estate Agent News

Phil Spencer: How to become the go-to local agent as a new era begins

Since my last column in April, one could argue that very little has changed for agents in terms of the market being on hiatus. However, at the same time, the industry has been preparing itself to embrace a new normal. The UK will remain on lockdown until Thursday May 7 at… Source: Estate Agent News

Rightmove accused of 'sinister' changes to listings of agent who quit

Listings from an agent who ended his contract with Rightmove were not removed as he expected – instead, he is accusing the portal of taking “another more sinister route” by labelling the properties as “no longer on the market.” As a twist to the story, one of the properties in question… Source: Estate Agent News

Land Registry relaxes rules to allow property deals to continue

HM Land Registry is making it easier to verify individuals’ ID from today. In addition to conveyancers and chartered legal executives, verification can now be undertaken by people who work, or have worked, in a specified group of professions.  These include retired conveyancers, chartered legal executives, solicitors and barristers; bank officials and… Source: Estate Agent […]

Expelled! Agents kicked out by Ombudsman for not paying awards

The Property Ombudsman has announced the expulsion of eight agencies, all for contravening TPO codes of practice. Most of the expulsions were for lettings offences – typically failing to pay compensation awarded to tenants or landlords by TPO.  However, two sales agents were expelled: SSM2 Limited, trading as Samuel Makepeace Bespoke Estate Agents… Source: Estate […]

Rightmove says vast majority of buyers will go ahead after lockdown

A study by Rightmove suggests that 94 per cent of buyers and sellers currently in the market are determined to go ahead with their plans after lockdown. The survey was conducted by the portal on a live webinar when people if their plans before lockdown had now changed.  Some 40 per cent… Source: Estate Agent […]

Strong market recovery likely after lockdown, claims Nationwide

The housing market is likely to rebound relatively strongly after the Coronavirus lockdown eases, according to the Nationwide. House prices grew at their fastest rate since February 2017 before government restrictions stopped the market in its tracks – but although those figures are from a very different period, the Nationwide believes… Source: Estate Agent News