Seven cities are registering house price growth of less than +1% per annum — the first time we've seen this since June 2013.
What exercise is time-consuming, increases costs and demotivates front and back office staff? We’re talking about the doubling up of data entry.
Valuing properties aggressively to gain instructions is a well-known tactic used by many estate agents and is a hotly debated topic within the industry, but does it work?
As the industry professionalises, what should estate and letting agents be doing to prepare for minimum qualification requirements?
In the last eight years, the growth of first time buyers has outpaced all other buying groups and in 2018 they became the largest buyer group in the UK.
We asked three very different landlords to reveal what they expect of their letting agent and why they use one to help agents enhance their services.
Do rent controls achieve what housing campaigners claim they do, and what do both letting agents and landlords think of them?
New Zoopla research suggests the correlation between the London market and the southern regions is perhaps closer than we’d thought.
Become the agent of choice with David Alexander’s top tips on keeping on top of the ever-changing world of landlord legislation.
A formal property reservation agreement would give both buyers and sellers confidence of each other’s intent.
A comprehensive guide to the estate and letting agent legislation being considered by the government in the next 12 months.
Find out how Zoopla’s consumer facing paid performance team is generating value for agent partners.
In our latest property market insight report we explore rental affordability by region and the close relationship between earnings and rental growth.
Most lucrative UK towns for buy to let investors revealed in Zoopla’s analysis of gross annual rental yield.
The typical time to sell a house is of critical importance to the property industry. The faster agents can turn around properties…
Analysis from Hometrack reveals that rental costs in London have soared, whilst remaining flat elsewhere.