Cedar House, Caen St, Braunton EX33 1AH

11th November 2020

Investors in Countrywide prepare for bargaining with Connells

Various investors in Countrywide have submitted early online paperwork to The Panel on Takeovers and Mergers - the red tape required to progress possible takeover talks between Connells and Countrywide, revealed for the first time on Monday morning. The Panel for Takeovers and Mergers is an independent body charged with ensuring fair... Source: Estate Agent...

Is the market turning? Momentum slowing down, report surveyors

The first monthly market monitor to show activity in the housing market tailing off has appeared - and it says momentum has “slowed significantly.” The e.surv monthly house price index comes with a warning from director Richard Sexton: “House prices continued to rise month on month through October, however the momentum... Source: Estate Agent...

He's Hired! Apprentice star returns to estate agency industry

A former London estate agency owner and finalist on The Apprentice says he’s now returning to the sector to sell new-builds. Jamie Lester now has 25 years of experience in the property business, and is known in that context primarily for founding his multi-branch company Haus Properties in 2011; it had... Source: Estate Agent...

Independents are our industry’s backbone – want to be involved?

As you may have seen over the weekend, the long-running Property Natter column – penned by Angels Media chief executive, Nat Daniels – kickstarted a series zoning in on the independent agents who help the market to tick. As mentioned in the article, independent agents – the one, two, three or... Source: Estate Agent...

Fall-throughs threat: Buyers will pull out if they miss SDLT deadline

A survey of people currently buying property suggests as many as a quarter may pull out if they know they’ll miss the stamp duty holiday deadline. Moneysupermarket surveyed 2,000 buyers last month and 24 per cent said they would walk away from their potential purchase if completion takes them beyond March... Source: Estate Agent...

RICS’ new survey will be “real change” to improve buying process

The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors says its new Home Survey Standard will be implemented from March and will represent a “real change” for the buying process. RICS claims the new standard - which some thought would be introduced this year - will better protect buyers and sellers, with the emphasis... Source: Estate Agent...

Compare listings

Compare