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Monthly Archives: November 2020

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Agents still worried about cliff-edge threat to stamp duty holiday

NAEA Propertymark has renewed its warning that a cliff-edge threatens housing market stability as the stamp duty holiday ends. ...
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Valuations and transactions cooling as tougher Tiers arrive

The housing market in England and Wales is stabilising, according to analysis of web traffic from a property ...
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Property tax rises and falling house prices coming in 2021

Property tax rises and falling house prices look as if they are on the way according to the ...
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Sunak’s Big Day: “Don’t make knee-jerk property tax rises” he’s ...

Today sees the government’s Spending Review, with Chancellor Rishi Sunak taking centre stage as he presents a 12 month ...
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Tougher Corona restrictions: Agents to be told how market will ...

Agents should know in the next 36 hours how new Coronavirus restrictions will affect how they work. The ...
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Price rises overtake stamp duty holiday savings in many places

It may make little difference to agents but a leading analyst suggests thousands of buyers have effectively lost ...
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Conveyancer attacks “outdated” and “age old processes”

The director of a conveyancing technology company has hit out at what he calls “an over-reliance on outdated ...
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Countrywide opens a new branch after 50 closures this year

Countrywide, which is thought to have closed over a fifth of its branches in recent years, has opened ...
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Transaction volumes edging higher than 2019 despite Covid

Transactions appear to be edging higher than in 2019 for the first time this year – despite lockdowns ...
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TV consumer champion demands action to free ‘mortgage prisoners’

A new report funded by high profile consumer champion Martin Lewis says the government must do more to ...