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Regional report

The Negotiator
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Each month we visit three agents across the country to discover what is happening in their businesses and local markets. This month we visit Pulborough, Grayshott and Southgate.

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The big buy-to-let bounce

Kate Faulkner, Designs on Property
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Designs on Property tracks and summarises the monthly property indices. Kate Faulkner says, “The Chancellor’s increase in Stamp Duty for buy-to-let properties caused a massive leap in activity.”

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Regional report

The Negotiator
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Each month we visit three agents across the country to discover what is happening in their businesses and local markets. This month we visit Walsall, West Midlands; Welshpool, Mid Wales and Dartmoor,…

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Regional report

The Negotiator
Edinburgh property image

Each month we visit three agents across the country to discover what is happening in their businesses and local markets. This month we visit Edinburgh, Bakewell and Cheltenham.

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Regional report

The Negotiator
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Each month we visit three agents across the country to discover what is happening in their businesses and local markets. This month we visit Berkshire, West London and Wolverhampton.

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Crowded house

Kate Faulkner, Designs on Property
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Designs on Property tracks and summarises the monthly property indices. Kate Faulkner says, “Supply is probably the single most feared issue in the property market. Buyer demand is strong, but the supply…

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Regional report

The Negotiator

Each month we visit three agents across the country to discover what is happening in their businesses and local markets. This month we visit Kent, Bedfordshire and Cardiff.

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Introduce CGT on homes, says thinktank

The Negotiator
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The Government is being urged to consider introducing capital gains tax (CGT) to help prevent house prices from spiralling out of control. The National Institute of Economic and Social Research (Niesr) believes…

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