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OTM agent split | RICS fines Countrywide | Social media success




RICS fines Countrywide after it admits breaking rules on client money protection

Decision follows a hearing in Birmingham yesterday during which it was revealed that the agency had improperly transferred £10 million of client funds over a ten-year period.

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In his own words: why James Pendleton boss is happy to be kicked off OnTheMarket

Lee Pendleton provides the fascinating backdrop to his run-in with the portal and why he'd be happy to pay for its service if the figures added up.

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Haart says social media tool helped it win bid to sell huge development

Estate agency chain's operation in Derby will handle sales for 800 units at redeveloped historic site and open a new branch to cope with demand.

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It’s a wrap! Meet the proptech making a meal of apartment developments

An app that enables block managers to book street food vendors to visit their sites and claims to generate revenues of up to £90,000 a year has launched.

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Show for full-time Airbnb landlords opens today

Gathering of 200 speakers and 120 exhibitors reveals increasing professionalisation of the online short-lets sector, scotching government claims that it's a cottage industry.

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Boris needs to shake-up Stamp Duty


The tax regime on house selling and buying needs to change if the market is to start moving. So will Stamp Duty appear in a Conservative manifesto? – ask Helen Marsh and Timothy Evans of Forsters LLP.

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