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Archive for January, 2016

Haart Survey

In a survey conducted by bricks and mortar agency Haart using 700 people, it found that 82% who sold through a traditional agency were either satisfied or very satisfied with the experience, whilst 88% say having a face-to-face meeting with…

Knight Frank Predictions

Knight Frank has issued more housing market predictions for 2016 which correspond with those issued by their rivals JLL, Savills and Strutt & Parker. Their expectations show: • Cumulative growth in mainstream house prices across the UK will total 20.3%…

Liberium report

City analysts Liberum have released a report indicating that Rightmove have grabbed market share from OnTheMarket. They are saying that Rightmove is now the ‘portal of choice’ due to OTM’s one other portal rule, “This controversial rule is now getting…

Purplebricks

Sky News have rumored The Online estate agency Purplebricks have informed shareholders they want to float the company, possibly early next month and it has appointed an investment bank called Zeus Capital to manage the development. Fund manager, Neil Woodford…

Nationwide chief gives a warning

Graham Beale (chief executive of the Nationwide building society) has given warning that the prime central London house price growths are simply unsustainable. He says “I am not saying there is going to be a crash but at the current…

Latest LSL Your move/Reeds Rain index

The latest index from LSL Your Move/Reeds Rain, shows the annual rate of house price inflation across England and Wales running at 5.2%. The price restoration has been motivated by the Greater London area where the prices have increased averagely…

ESTA monthly title

Cheshire based Estate agent, Butters John Bee has won the latest ESTAS Agent of the Month title when customers completed The ESTAS online survey, giving the branch excellent ratings. This is the third time that Butters John Bee has won…

How often do houses change hands?

The analysis of Land Registry data displays that properties are held by their owners averagely for 16 years in the South East and 17 years in London and the South West. In contrast, homeowners in the North East keep their…

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