Cedar House, Caen St, Braunton EX33 1AH

21st September 2021

Power in that suit – should agents still be dressed formally?

The pandemic has led to many people ditching more formal wear as they work from home on a more regular basis, and even taking a more casual approach when they do work in the office. But now new research, backed by a leading psychologist, suggests that peak professional performance is not... Source: Estate Agent...

Quids in! Agency listing mistakenly goes live with £1 asking price

Every agent likes to have their phones ringing off the hook. So London agent Robert Irving Burns must have been excited when it was getting lots of enquiries about a new office listing in Euston. It was listed on Rightmove as a “well-located mid-terrace building” close to Regents Park and University College... Source: Estate Agent...

Tips from The Guild as agents face Covid safety inspections 

Agents are being contacted by local council officers to check how Covid-safe their operations are.  Paul Offley, compliance officer for The Guild, said that in a number of local authorities, agents are being contacted by an external source acting on behalf of the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) to undertake a... Source: Estate Agent...

Homesearch and KWUK agree multi-million pound long-term agreement

In a 'coup' for property data firm Homesearch, Keller Williams UK, which has some 400 agents under its banner across the UK, has signed up to provide their agents with the firm's paid data and prospecting services in a multi-million pound, long-term agreement. “We had 30% of our agents paying for Homesearch themselves,... Source: Estate Agent...

Could you market a property based on its quirky postcode?

Forget en-suites and garden rooms, could you boost viewings with the postcode of a property? Research by comparison website Money.co.uk has identified where house prices have grown the fastest over the past twelve months as well as the most unusual and rudest postcodes in the UK and their effect on property values. The Cornish market... Source: Estate Agent...

First-time buyers securing mortgages online as bank branches close

First-time buyers are shifting to online-only banks to help get a mortgage. A survey by personal finance website NerdWallet found that with Britain’s biggest banks closing more than 300 branches this year, 63 per cent of 25 to 44-year-olds are now comfortable getting a mortgage online or via an app, without any human... Source: Estate Agent...

Compare listings

Compare