This month's Zoopla House Price Index Report shows annual house price growth holding at +2% within the next quarter, held up by high demand and low supply.
Our AdReach team has taken a look into the types of messaging that buyers are responding to online, and how they’ve changed during lockdown.
A few weeks into the coronavirus lockdown, we spoke to three agents to find out how they’re making the most of the not-so-new normal.
Stamp Duty changes and cash injections to combat coronavirus dominate the 2020 budget, but what do agents really need to be aware of? Nigel Lewis finds out.
With their forward thinking approach to the role data plays in property transactions, Fuschia Homes look to Zoopla for local market insight.
The story that first-time buyers are growing in prominence is not a new one. But what they’re looking for when they’re ready to buy is indeed a new story.
Our new Monthly Market Briefing gives you an up-to-the-minute snapshot of data and trends from the UK residential property market.
This year’s State of the Property Nation – now in its third year – will consist of a series of five reports giving an unrivalled view of the UK property market.
Kings Hill Properties were looking to improve efficiency and professionalism across their 4 branches.
Landlord rights are changing, they will no longer be able to evict a tenant without giving a reason. Journalist Nigel Lewis looks into what effect this might have on the rental market.
If your business is to cater your efforts to one audience, start with first time buyers. They are the one group surviving economic and political headwinds.
Nigel Lewis explores the perceptions of ‘good customer service’ for agents and home-hunters alike.
Nigel Lewis explores whether agents who profess to be ‘customer focused’ presenting as ‘out of touch’ by wearing suits and ties.
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?