With more agents taking to TikTok, is the platform the next big thing for agents? In this issue, you can find out more about how and why agents are using TikTok, hear from our new presidents and read about the upcoming Propertymark Qualifications Awards which is back for 2021.
This issue welcomes our new CEO, Nathan Emerson where he sheds a light on the upcoming major investments and changes that Propertymark will be undergoing in order to give more back to members.
Check out the first issue of 2021. Take a look at some of the main issues we expect will impact on agents in 2021 and what changes made in recent months could be here to stay.
Say hello to our new CEO Tim Balcon, learn about Facebook advertising could help your business and what can we do to support our members’ mental health in this issue.
Find out how members have risen to the challenge during Covid-19 and we tackle some of the biggest issues facing our members. It is during times like this that we realise how important it is to work together as a community.
In this issue we look at the benefits of marketing ourselves correctly and why property agents need to stop talking about themselves and factually find out what it is that their customers actually want to hear.
This issue features articles covering air pollution, selling a tenanted property, referral fees, housing priorities under the new Government and the Ivory Act.
In this issue we discuss consumer satisfaction and how you can keep your customers happy. We also take a look at the 'the cloud' and update you on the latest changes to referral fees and anti-Money Laundering.
Regulation of Property Agents (RoPA), Section 21, changes to landlord registration in Scotland and marketing Help to Buy headline issue 36 of Property Professional
The Welsh Fee Ban, GDPR one year on, an update on leaseholds and Scottish regulations are just some of the topics covered in this issue of Property Professional.
Focus, drive and market share. That is the message we are delivering in what we have dubbed our 'business issue'. Our lead feature takes a look at our new development programme, Propertymark Inspire and we look at the battle for Google on the High Street.
Issue 33 tackles key issue facing the property industry including the changing face of Land Registry, The Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act 2018, Rent Smart Wales and is the high street still an agent's home?
In this issue we take a look at what Brexit will mean for estate agents and assess their fears and concerns for the future. Elsewhere, we put home security under the spotlight, looking at what security is out there now and what the future holds