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First agent reopens High Street branch to the public

An estate agent has reopened his High Street office to the public with social distancing and other safety measures in place. It’s thought this could be the first agency in the country to resume business this way. Liddington Bone Property, a single-office sales and lettings agency in Gloucester, opened its doors this… Source: Estate Agent […]

Say No To Rightmove hits new milestone and counts down to ‘D-Day’

The Say No To Rightmove campaign has launched a countdown clock on its website to galvanise agents into remembering only 85 days remain before their fees rise 300 per cent.  The campaign says the clock will tick down to what it’s calling D-Day – that’s when Rightmove’s current 75 per cent… Source: Estate Agent News

PropTech Today: 75% of agency branches will close within five years

“A lot of people have learned that they can work at home, or that there’s other methods of conducting their business… When change happens in the world, you adjust to it,” so said Warren Buffet, the 89-year-old CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, on Monday, in his four-and-a-half hour long investor call. A… Source: Estate Agent News

First insight into buyers’ and sellers’ changing priorities post-virus

Savills has given the industry an insight into how buyers’ and sellers’ priorities may change as the industry returns to work in the coming weeks. The firm surveyed almost 700 registered buyers and sellers between April 21 and 27 to explore how their attitudes to moving had changed and how that… Source: Estate Agent News

Facial recognition aid launched to help compliance during virus

A PropTech firm has launched a new facial recognition feature to its existing digital anti-money-laundering platform. Due to the restrictions on travel currently in place during the Coronavirus outbreak, some clients of agents are unable to present ID documents and proof of address in person. The new facial recognition service from SmartSearch… Source: Estate Agent […]

London Labour council opposes 30% discount for first time buyers

A Labour council in London has come out against the government’s plan to offer 30 per cent discounts to first time buyers purchasing new-build homes.  Under the government’s First Homes proposal – announced shortly before the Coronavirus outbreak – first-time buyers would get a 30 per cent discount on certain new… Source: Estate Agent News