Cities Index report, November 2017

City level house price growth at 6.3%, up from 4.9% in November 2016

State of the Property Nation – the reality check

Consumers and agents have differing opinions on the market outlook for the year ahead. What can be done to manage expectations?

State of the Property Nation – renters feeling the pinch

This year when it comes to renters, they’re feeling the pressures of the post-Brexit economy most of all.

Helping your customers onto the property ladder

A look at the help-to-buy schemes available, and the current awareness of them amongst first time buyers.

State of the Property Nation – agents’ biggest challenge

In the current economic climate, agents say Brexit is a bigger challenge than acquiring stock.

State of the Property Nation – the needs of landlords

Quality tenants, transparency, value and speed of let are what landlords want most from their letting agents.

Are you prepared for ‘Googlegeddon’?

Google is introducing it’s Mobile First Index in 2018. Is your agency’s website ready?

Stamp duty abolition

How helpful will the reprieve of stamp duty really be for first time buyers?

State of the Property Nation – Brexit starts to bite

A look at the impact Brexit has had on the property industry.

Cities Index report, October 2017

City level house price growth at 6.1%, with strong growth in regional cities.

Adapting to an evolving UK property market

How property professionals are adapting and future-proofing their business in a fast changing landscape.

State of the Property Nation report 2017

Download the latest research findings of thousands of property owners and renters across Britain.

‘Tis the season to see double

How agents can get a share of Zoopla’s website traffic and app download boom.

Phil Spencer hosts Zoopla expert panel

View webinars where Phil and our expert panel discuss the latest State of the Property Nation research findings.

Cities Index report, September 2017

The latest Hometrack index reveals that city house price inflation across the UK has dropped from 6% 12 months ago to 4.9%