Why estate agencies should embrace job sharing
The estate agency industry should do more to promote job-sharing, argues Property Personnel boss Anthony Hesse as he reiterates calls for more flexible working practices
Managing Director at Property Personnel
Anthony Hesse established Property Personnel as a specialist recruitment consultancy to the estate agency industry in August 1988. The company has been trading for longer than any of its competitors and Anthony is the most experienced specialist recruiter in this field. Anthony and his highly experienced team successfully place quality personnel from trainee to director level in all areas of residential estate agency.
Where is everybody? Five reasons why there are not enough estate agency candidates
Demand for estate agents is running high but there are fewer job-seeking candidates than ever before; property recruitment consultant Anthony Hesse explains why...
Estate agency job vacancies plummet by two-thirds
Only 4,000 jobs were available in the sector during the second quarter, down from 14,000 in Q1, as firms tightened their belts
The big problem facing London’s top estate agencies
After twenty years with some of the biggest firms in the PCL market, this senior agency insider - who has asked to remain anonymous - is sensing a 'huge change' in the air, with potentially serious consequences…
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Chestertons picks up well-known PCL lettings business
Estate agency takes over letting and management arm of boutique firm Henry & James as acquisition drive continues.
Tom Bill: What does the higher bank rate mean for the UK housing market?
Lenders are tinkering with mortgage rates as a contradictory set of events unfold but higher rates are here to stay, says Knight Frank's head of resi research.
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‘There is no lack of interest’: Peninsula London pauses sales after world’s wealthiest pick up 70% of residences
New five-star destination opposite Buckingham Palace has been described as 'the most significant addition to London's ultra-prime market in recent memory'.
In Pictures: Former PM Johnson buys moated Oxfordshire Manor House
A source tells us that Boris Johnson has exchanged on Brightwell Manor for £3.8mn.
In Pictures: Three-year project creates a ‘sophisticated’ 17,000 sq ft country estate in Surrey
Helen Green Design collaborated with the 'very best artisans, joiners and suppliers in the industry' on this sumptuous reworking.
Interview: Luxury property impresario Dean Main on building a £600mn development pipeline & managing £12bn of PCL schemes
Talking legacy developments & top-end trends with the boss of Henigman & Rhodium.
Ranked: The UK’s best places to live in 2023
Wadhurst in East Sussex has been crowned the overall winner in this year's influential Sunday Times rundown.
City Slicker: Inside a new Foster + Partners-designed penthouse in east London, asking £9.9mn
Principal Tower, a new 50-storey landmark on the edge of the Square Mile, is the only resi building in London designed inside-and-out by the world-famous architecture firm.
Mortgage approvals rise for the first time since August
But approvals are still running a third below their pre-pandemic average.
Luxury developer Mountwood unveils new boutique scheme in west London
Nearly half of the 24 units at Lexington House in West Ken have been picked up off-plan.
Foxtons takes cues from Netflix & Amazon in bid to ‘modernise estate agency’
Agency reveals how it is using AI to identify new leads in real time and get them 'to the right person at the right time'.
106-unit West Hampstead project brought to market
The Clay Yard is a rare new-build addition to the neighbourhood.
Scottish estate market cools, but prices remain high
Gross investment in Scottish estates dipped in 2022 as £1mn+ activity refocused to urban centres - but country estate prices remain at historically high levels.