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NAEA Propertymark are looking to appoint new regional representatives for the North Central, South Central and South East of England - are you up for the challenge?
It's Property Fraud Awareness Week this week and Action Fraud are warning estate agents about email scams that are asking for payments to a bogus account.
In his new television show 'Rhod Gilbert's Work Experience', comedian Rhod joined NAEA Propertymark protected estate agency Peter Alan to take on the sales focused world of residential sales.
In February it was announced that business rates would be revised in order to offer lower bills to businesses across the country and support the sector’s financial self-sufficiency and promote economic growth.
On Tuesday 18 April, the Prime Minister took to the rostrum outside 10 Downing Street to announce her plan to call for a general election.
The Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) has developed a new methodology for estimating the number of residential leasehold dwellings in England and published a report of their findings.
The Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) has published new research looking at housing planning policy in city regions and assesses why city regional institutions should play a bigger part in helping reduce the risk of poverty.
Proposals to deliver the world’s first register of overseas companies and other legal entities that own property in the UK have been published as part of the Government’s drive to build a fair economy.
When it comes to selling houses, a picture really is worth a thousand words. With more buyers searching online than ever before, great photos will not only make your listing stand out but it will encourage potential buyers to arrange a viewing.
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Average house prices in the UK are set to rise to £220,000 in 2017 according to a report from the Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR).
Land Business Transaction Tax replaced UK Stamp Duty in Scotland in April 2015, with the Scottish government claiming that nine out of 10 taxpayers would be better or no worse off under the new system.
Many leases for specialist retirement properties require residents to pay fees on certain events such as sale, sub-letting or change of occupancy.
As the Government pledges to build a million new homes before 2020, and the number of first time buyers is at a peak, a Swansea based conveyancing company, Dezrezlegal, is seeking to fill a known gap in the housing market - a lack of trained conveyancers.
Homebuyers who were mistakenly told their pet dog would be welcome in their future home have been awarded more than £1,000 in compensation by TPO.
PRESS RELEASE: As National Home Improvement Month starts, NAEA Propertymark (National Association of Estate Agents) offers advice on how property owners can add value to their homes by making improvements.
In aid of Red Nose Day 2017, the staff at Propertymark HQ joined the comic adventure by dressing down and donning red noses to raise money for Comic Relief.
The Welsh Government has introduced a Bill to abolish the Right-To-Buy scheme, which allows social housing tenants the opportunity to purchase their home at a massively discounted price.
Following on from reports earlier in the month of price fixing within the industry, NAEA Propertymark want to remind agents of the consequences of breaking the law.
On 22 April, NAEA Propertymark member David Stuart-Smith of Andrew Grant Estate Agents will bravely take his place on the starting line of the London Marathon to raise funds for the Prostate Cancer Research Centre.
NAEA Propertymark has responded to the House of Commons Communities and Local Government (CLG) inquiry, looking at the shortage of suitable housing for over 55’s in the UK.
HM Treasury have released the long-awaited Money Laundering Regulations 2017. While it is positive to have these draft regulations, there are still unanswered questions on which we will be seeking guidance.
More than 150,000 new homes were registered in the UK by NHBC in 2016, the second highest in almost a decade.
Gavin Barwell MP, Minister of State for Housing and Planning and Minister for London is calling for greater integration of the River Thames in the growth of London.
As part of our mission to raise consumer awareness of the Propertymark brand, our new logo will be advertised on perimeter boards during 20 live Sky Sports matches throughout 2017.
Four out of 10 new properties in England and Wales are now sold as leasehold, ranging from one bedroom flats in city centres, to four bedroom detached homes in rural areas.
Whilst the Chancellor, Philip Hammond tried to make light of the Spring Budget with countless jokes and jibes at the opposition, his announcement concerning business rates is no laughing matter.
In April 2016, the Department for Communities and Local Government, alongside the Mayor of London, opened a consultation on the implementation of planning changes and upward extensions in London.
An estate agency firm has been fined £200,000 for breaching the Health and Safety at Work Act, by failing to discharge a health and safety duty to a person other than an employee after a woman fell down a well during a property viewing last year.
In a charming yet bizarre coincidence, the new Sudbury branch of Fenn Wright's first transaction was a house sale between Mrs Fenn and Mrs Wright!