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Coaching the team

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"The market is very challenging in my patch and our residential income is worryingly down. I don’t want to make staff redundant but I may have to if things do not improve..."

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Wobbling transactions, withering confidence

Kate Faulkner
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Kate Faulkner says, “Considering there is now talk of a recession, it’s hard to see in some areas how property prices will be affected, when they haven’t recovered from the last recession.”

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The true worth of your property

Adam Walker
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"Every agent has homes on their books that are overpriced, says Adam Walker. All the evidence says the house is worth £450,000 but the vendor wants £500,000. You can tell them again…

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The value of self-awareness

Julian O'Dell

JULIAN SAYS: Without seeing your valuers in action, it is difficult to assess where they go wrong. However, I can take an educated guess at the traps they fall into. This guess…

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Conflict of interest

Katrine Sporle
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"Agreements, valuations and a conflict of interest – be careful where you stand when you are caught in the middle", says Katrine Sporle, The Property Ombudsman.

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Winning the business

Julian O'Dell
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"There are already too many agents in our town; we now have ‘online’ businesses creeping in. We get a fair few valuations but don’t always win the business. Advice appreciated."

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