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OTM’s Rightmove challenge | Fraud warning | Hard Brexit price crash




OTM challenges Rightmove to follow its lead and introduce a fees freeze

Portal says it won't increase its fees during 2020, but will maintain its 10% discount system for agents who observe the 'one other portal' rule.

Click here to read OTM challenges Rightmove to follow its lead and introduce a fees freeze.



Property particulars should include prominent fraud warnings, says leading finance firm

ABC Finance says the Land Registry's programme of digitising its property titles and processes has opened the doors to rising property fraud attempts.

Click here to read Property particulars should include prominent fraud warnings, says leading finance firm.



KMPG says house prices will drop by AT LEAST 6% after a hard Brexit

Global accountancy firm says leaving the EU without a deal would make the government's house building targets 'impossible to achieve'.

Click here to read KMPG says house prices will drop by AT LEAST 6% after a hard Brexit.



‘Labour’s Right to Buy would kill of private rented market overnight’

Policy proposal from Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell receives a resounding thumbs down from the property industry.

Click here to read ‘Labour’s Right to Buy would kill of private rented market overnight’.



No wonder nothing’s ever joined up! Housing minister role has highest ministerial churn

Research by BBC shows at 18 ministers since 2007 the job of being a housing minister is a perilous and short-lived one for most people.

Click here to read No wonder nothing’s ever joined up! Housing minister role has highest ministerial churn.



<span style="font-family: Tahoma, Geneva; font-size: 15px; font-weight: bold;">The Quick Guide to Property portals</span>


The Negotiator's 10-minute read to the world of Rightmove, Zoopla, OnTheMarket and their predecessors.

Click here to read <span style="font-family: Tahoma, Geneva; font-size: 15px; font-weight: bold;">The Quick Guide to Property portals</span>.