Industry supplier epropservices has created a new virtual valuation platform to help the industry operate during the lockdown and social distancing periods.
OnTheMarket’s share price dropped again yesterday, ending down 2.4 per cent.
There’s a warning today that the housing market could face a wave of legal disputes if buyers of off-plan new builds fail to complete because of falling prices.
The Say No To Rightmove campaign, which expects to have some 3,000 offices signed up by the end of the month, has been accused of… Read More »Say No To Rightmove campaign “lacks long-term vision” says portal boss
It may seem a long time since normal trading took place but many agencies are now finding they are picking up leads and some deals… Read More »Agencies still getting leads and completing deals despite lockdown
PropTech big names Reapit and ViewMyChain are joining up to try to accelerate transactions when the lockdown finally ends and the sales market returns. They… Read More »Reapit’s PropTech deal aims to accelerate completions and cut fall-throughs
A property law firm is the latest to back a call for a stamp duty holiday to help kick-start the housing market after the lockdown.… Read More »Stamp Duty Holiday momentum builds as law firm joins the call
The peak of the 2020 sales market is likely to be September instead of the usual early summer – but that depends on many of the lockdown measures being relaxed in time.
Fine & Country says now is “a great time” for estate agents to go upmarket and become “the luxury agent” in their respective areas.
Rightmove and Knight Frank are today both calling for a series of government incentives to kick-start the market after the Coronavirus lockdown ends – and a stamp duty holiday is the number one suggestion from both companies.