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Under scrutiny

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The need to ensure that anti-money laundering checks are carried out to the letter has never been greater. Richard Reed consults some experts in the field.

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The perfect storm

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In 2021, the housing market broke, with huge logjams in conveyancing chains resulting in months of delays on sales. Richard Reed looks at what went wrong – and what can be done…

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A bite of the apple

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Can one of the newcomer marketing platforms break through to become the Apple of the property portal business? Richard Reed asks the contenders why they think they can.

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Beware the boiler ban

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From 2026 you won’t be able to replace your fossil-fuel boiler if you are off the gas grid, says Richard Reed, and that could have a big impact on house prices.

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Are your deposits safe?

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The collapse of client account service provider ARPM has thrown a spotlight on the complex area of client money protection. Are changes needed? Richard Reed investigates.

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Mining data gold

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With a dearth of property following the housing boom, agents are now scrambling to find new instructions. The solution could be at their fingertips, says Richard Reed.

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Make me an offer I can’t refuse

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Agents are fighting tooth and nail to keep good staff, making counter-offers when people look to leave, reports Richard Reed. But how do you avoid that situation in the first place?

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