“We currently have a number of high-net-worth investors with property backgrounds eager to invest in city locations,”says the franchised estate agency brand’s Head of Growth.
A TV production company is looking for “the best estate agents in some of the most beautiful parts of the country” to star in a new property show.
“I must have dealt with more short-term contracts in the last quarter than in any previous three-month period throughout my 30 years in the industry,” says the boss of a property recruitment agency.
“Many thought that the Covid-19 pandemic and financial uncertainty would lessen the appeal of a self-employment model,” says Fine & Country boss Nicky Stevenson, but “it seems that it is having the opposite impact as the situation has challenged many within the industry to rethink their business and future.”
Estate agency founders sign up to run a Rayner Personnel outpost in South West England.
Property portal and PropTech firm is looking to recruit 50 new staff in London.
Just over one in ten estate agents earn over £100,000, according to a survey by Rayner Personnel, while more than a quarter take home less than the UK average salary.
PrimeResi meets the duo behind The London Broker – a collective of over 20 independent agents, including some high-profile PCL operators – to discuss their US-flavoured business model, the importance of experience, and why so many top brokers are opting to break free from the corporate shackles…
“Everyone has the gift of time and many people have skills, extraordinary or not, that could change or improve the health, state of mind and wellbeing of people in need”, says Richard Bourne as he launches Abling – a platform to donate anything from help with daily errands to once-in-a-lifetime bucket list activities.
Knight Frank’s Head of Residential in the Asia Pacific region, Victoria Garrett, talks through her career from London to Dubai to Singapore, revealing how her teams across Asia have adapted during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The housing market has been re-opened after the Covid-19 lockdown, but it is “not a return to normality” for home movers or for the property industry.
Many estate agents are “at risk of losing their livelihoods if the government does not extend the job retention scheme past the end of May”, warns Jon Cooke of epropservices.