National Open House Day initiative started in 2009 with a single office in Kent; last year’s event involved 35 branches, 580 properties, 1,000 buyers, and generated over £60m in offers. Process helps to ‘turn tyre kickers into serious buyers’, says agency…
The grand Rimbaud-designed Château Soligny, overlooking the Bay of Cannes, has sold on a guide price of €55m.
Jackson-Stops has been appointed as one of The Howard de Walden Estate’s four retained letting agents, alongside Greater London Properties, Carter Jonas and Druce.
Following the publication of new TPO guidance on dual fees, designed to curb the rising number of disputes, veteran agent Trevor Abrahmsohn steers us through the labyrinthine world of inter-agency dealings, offering his thoughts on best practice, and harking back to a high-profile – and complex – case involving one of London’s finest mansions…
Rising new business leads could indicate pent-up supply in the sales market.
Estate agency opens its first branch in the historic Yorkshire city, targeting high-value homes in the area.
GetAgent says its ‘super-seed’ fundraise is ‘a timely validation of the traditional estate agency model’
Co-founders of design-focused agency outline expansion plans after doubling sales volumes and headcount; firm looking to recruit Managing Director from outside the industry to help ‘fulfil its potential’
Stock levels may be at a record high but it has ‘never been harder to see the wood from the trees’, notes ‘Mayfair Guru’ Peter Wetherell
Agent-backed property portal looks to copy Rightmove’s suite of additional agent products.
Real estate giant predicts declines in transaction volumes ‘across a number of markets’ in 2019; full-year results reveal dip in group profits, although UK resi business turns in a ‘resilient’ performance in the face of ‘challenging’ conditions, with an eye-catching spike in super-prime deals.