Demand from prospective home buyers in the UK and the supply of available properties for sale both fell by 13% in October, the latest report from estate agents shows.
Estate agent hit by slowing sales in capital amid high prices and Brexit uncertainty
Thousands of online property adverts in England are discriminating against tenants who are in receipt of housing benefit, a study says.
Housing Minister Heather Wheeler announces plans to raise standards across the property agent sector.
Investors in Countrywide. the UK's largest estate agency owner, approved a £140m emergency fundraising at its annual meeting on Tuesday.
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Upmarket estate agent also blames extreme UK weather as property deals fall sharply
Countrywide is what happens when you take on too much debt.
Four years ago, Foxtons Group Plc was riding the crest of London’s housing wave as surging demand sent home values in the U.K. capital soaring.
The beleaguered company's shares dropped to 14p today, down from over £1.50 a year ago and over half yesterday's price.
London-focused estate agent chain Foxtons has reported a loss for the first half of the year as the capital's property market continues to stagnate.
It said losses were £2.5m, after a £3.8m profit last year.
High street operators face triple whammy of internet competition, falling prices and fee cuts
Two Somerset estates agents who secretly conspired with their competitors to fix prices have been disqualified from trading by the Competition Markets Authority (CMA).
With no let-up in sight for listed U.K. real estate agents, the companies could find themselves the targets of a wave of M&A activity.
Professional qualifications for estate agents and protection from gazumping among plans
All estate agents will be required to hold a professional qualification under new government rules to crack down on "rogue" operators.
Shares in Britain’s largest estate agent tumble after steep fall in earnings and dividend cut
Shares in Countrywide, Britain's largest estate agent group, have sunk more than 20% after it warned of tough times in the housing market.
Brexit worries and stamp duty changes dragging down sales in the capital, estate agent says
Countrywide’s new management has taken immediate steps to try to stem the loss of market share by the troubled agency group, following the announcement this morning that chief executive Alison Platt is leaving.
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