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Regulation & Law

Knock knock…

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Evicting a problem tenant? A wave of new legislation slammed into the lettings industry last year and there’s more to come. What, asks Nigel Lewis, does it mean for landlords and agents…

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Housing Market

Prime London market peaks

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Marc Da Silva discusses the complex prime central London housing market with the UK’s leading expert in residential property research.

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Housing Market

Rural homes

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Is the Government actually attempting to reduce the supply of homes in rural areas? Giles Dobson, Partner, Bidwells, has a view.

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Associations & Bodies

Question time

Have you ever wanted to collar the industry’s leaders and get stuck into a decent debate about the challenges and future of the industry? Nigel Lewis puts them to the test.

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Marketing

What are words worth?

What are words worth? ...online – everything! Caroline Steer looks at the benefits of creating engaging content, even when you have limited resources.

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Products & Services

Refit for purpose

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Nigel Lewis meets two agencies with two budgets and two different ideas for a refurb.

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Housing Market

Unfinished business

The Shadow Housing Minister, John Healey, reflects on the historically low homeownership and housebuilding levels under this Government and outlines Labour’s strategy for housing.

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Agencies & People

Takeover talks

Are you eyeing up a rival agency to buy it and expand your business? Nigel Lewis asks experts Shaz Nawaz and Samuel Roser about the ten key questions you should ask yourself…

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Products & Services

Planned in

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Not so long ago only the most expensive listings had floor plans – the agent had to sketch it on paper and post it to an architect to be professionally drawn. Now,…

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Products & Services

Does your computer say ‘yes’?

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Property software used to be inflexible box of tricks, but that’s all changing. Nigel Lewis examines this geeky revolution.

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