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Zoopla suspends its estate agent fees entirely for up to nine months

The 100% fee reduction for agent comes in two packages, one requiring them to leave Rightmove and lasting nine months, the other lasting for five months.

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Rightmove U-turn: all customer invoices to be cut by 75% until July

Portal makes dramatic announcement to City after howls of protest from agents over its deferred payment scheme, which has now been scrapped.

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New agent group takes on Rightmove over its ‘derisory’ Coronavirus offer

Over 80 agents representing in excess of 150 branches so far have jointly written to the portal to ask for more help than its deferred payments scheme.

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Coronavirus latest: tenants to be given three months before evictions can start

Full details of Boris Johnson's announcement in parliament yesterday have now been published, including plans to give landlords mortgage payment holidays as well.

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Government widens business rates reliefs but leaves out estate agency branches

Despite pleas from one MP to include estate agents within the proposed Coronavirus relief programme, Chancellor Rishi Sunak has decided to leave the industry in the cold.

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Revealed: What really went wrong at Countrywide during the Platt years

Former Countrywide lettings chief John Hards reveals what he believes were the key strategies that landed the company in trouble.

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Making progress in conveyancing


Conveyancing remains the bane of the lives of everyone involved in house-moving. But change is coming, says Richard Reed.

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2020: Reshaping the lettings market


With more people predicted to be renting than owning by 2039, Tom Mundy, COO at Goodlord asks, “What will 2020 hold for the rental market?”

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