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Agents Alert: Furlough scheme now extended until end of October

The Chancellor has announced that the furlough scheme is to be extended until the end of October. He made the announcement in the House of Commons this lunchtime. Rishi Sunak says that until the end of July there will be no changes to the scheme, but it will take on "greater flexibility"… Source: Estate Agent News

Back-To-Work guidance for agents expected this week

The chief executive of NAEA Propertymark says he expects specific government guidance later this week for estate agents to return to work safely.  This follows the shock of yesterday’s 50-plus page document on return to work guidance which failed to address any agency-related issue. “I was disappointed that the Prime Minister’s announcement… Source: Estate Agent […]

Don't give in to buyers wanting viewings, agents told

There’s been a surge in buyers wanting to view properties – but agents must sit on their hands and wait for government clearance. That’s the advice from NAEA Propertymark overnight as it responds to the frustrating government guidance issued yesterday on how businesses emerge from lockdown. To the disappointment of some in the… Source: Estate Agent […]

Cleaners can enter homes now – so why can't estate agents?

Domestic cleaners can now re-enter private homes under new Coronavirus return-to-work guidelines – the very guidelines which appear to stop estate agents doing the same thing. The new safety guidance for cleaners suggests that they obviously need to notify their clients in advance of their arrival at the home. They should also wear… Source: Estate Agent News

OnTheMarket says Covid crisis could be catalyst for change in portals

The acting chief executive of OnTheMarket says the Coronavirus crisis could indirectly create a catalyst for change in the portals marketplace. Clive Beattie – the portal’s long-standing chief finance officer who is currently substituting for the sacked Ian Springett – says that as a result of the virus “we’re seeing a… Source: Estate Agent News

Mortgage holidays could be extended to up to a year

The Financial Conduct Authority is reported to be considering offering homeowners up to 12 month’s mortgage holidays. Currently 1.2m mortgage payment holidays have been offered by lenders to customers impacted by the Coronavirus crisis – that’s equivalent to one in every nine mortgages. These were expected to be short term. However The Times… Source: Estate […]

Foxtons shareholder rebellion expected at tomorrow’s AGM

There's widespread expectation that Foxtons’ senior management will face sharp criticism at the company’s Annual General Meeting today. The hottest issue at the AGM – to be held virtually because of the pandemic – is believed to be concern from some major investors at the way £22m has been raised to… Source: Estate Agent News

Mental health warning to agents as lockdown eases

There’s a warning today to agency chiefs to keep in touch with their staff as lockdown eases across England in a bid to reduce mental stress. Joshua Rayner, who runs estate agency-focussed recruitment company Rayner Personnel, tells Estate Agent Today in a video that he fears the mental stress for those… Source: Estate Agent News

PropTech firm using “World War Three” hazard suits to visit properties

A PropTech firm says it’s using what it calls “World War Three-style” hazard suits when they visit premises to create virtual tours and photographs for details. The firm says its so-called Hazmat Suits are “state of the art” and “consist of an impermeable whole-body garment, complete with special face breathing-mask and… Source: Estate Agent News