Every week we'll be keeping you up to date with the movings and shakings of the property industry. That's what we'd say if we were a traditional estate agent. What we're going to do is translate what the press are saying and give you the facts to keep you informed and help demystify the whole industry. Wish us luck!
The NAEA have announced that the supply of homes to the market has halved due to each individual agent having half the number of properties on their books compared to 2005. What this ignores is the huge increase in number of agencies...
A weekly round up of some of the stories that caught our attention last week.
A look back on the biggest and the smallest property news of the last week.
Will Clark takes a look at the sad and sorry progress OnTheMarket is making as it struggles to gain any semblance of traction in the competitive property portal market.
How to sell your house in winter. Some of the best advice works all year round but there are a few differences in the winter. Take a look at our top tips to selling in winter.
A round up of the latest property news: predictions from the property industry, stamp duty rise implications, Newham on the rise, UK councils to receive millions ot help kick start house building and buying and selling a house is the second most stressful thing to do in your life.
Director, Will Clark, asks what is an estate agent? The first in a series about what it is that we really do
The LGA have announced that there are now 475,000 homes with planning permission that have not been built yet as the country cries out for more homes.
The top five causes for complaints with estate agents according to a recent study. Online estate agents and also traditional are included