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'Estate agents that embrace AI can gain a significant competitive advantage by streamlining operations, making data-driven decisions, and delivering personalised customer experiences,' says proptech and…

Buyer confidence has been boosted by a number of factors over the last few weeks, and enquiries levels are back up to last year's levels, reports Eccord's MD.

Buying agent Ollie Marshall surveys the economic landscape as hopes rise that we may have finally reached the end of this tightening cycle.

PCL has once again gone ‘on sale’ due to a near-term tumble for GBP, reports David Huggett.

Buying agent Marcus Gondolo-Gordon agrees with the Climate Change Committee, that EPCs 'create market uncertainty and are in urgent need of reform' - and he has some practical suggestions for how things…

Gazumping & gazundering are the uninvited guests of a bull & bear market, but there are ways to mitigate the risks of them trashing the house; one of the most experienced agents in the business explains…

Ahead of the anniversary of the infamous ‘mini-budget’, Strutt & Parker's Kate Eales looks back on a tough 12 months for the UK housing market - and explains what we've learned along the way...

Engaging social media content not only fosters a sense of transparency but also helps potential clients connect on a personal level with an estate agency, says Richard Combellack.

“Inquiry levels are strong but not as high as we’ve seen over the last two summers,” said David Mumby, head of prime central London lettings at Knight Frank. “As

Knight Frank's research chief shares insights into the current state of play in the prime London sales market.

In the ever-evolving landscape of data protection regulations, estate agents in the UK are urged to familiarise themselves with the Privacy & Electronic Communications Regulations, as they impact marketing…

HSBC's decision to ship out of its iconic HQ has put the Square Mile under the spotlight, but the area's new wave of luxury resi schemes are proving a big hit with buyers, writes Vic Chhabria.