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.
REACH UK launched its first program with support from NAEA Propertymark and has announced its PropTech class of 2021 which represents companies based across Europe who offer solutions for the entire estate agency industry.
Propertymark, along with other leading residential property bodies across the UK, have published an open letter to Robert Jenrick, Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) and Thalia Baldwin, Director of the Geospatial Commission highlighting the potential benefits from implementing a widely adopted Unique Property Reference Number (UPRN).
Moneypenny, a Propertymark Industry Supplier, has launched a new service to help agents boost efficiency and improve their sales funnel as the market shifts focus from survival to recovery.
Proptech companies looking to scale up can now apply to be part of REACH UK’s inaugural cohort.
From 20 August, HM Land Registry updated its Local Land Charges (LLC) service to make searches easier to read and understand.
Today, Monday 27 July, the transfers of ownership of property, leases, mortgages, and other property dealings can now be signed electronically, making it simpler and faster for people to move home.
HM Land Registry has today, 9 July issued draft guidance on the introduction of e-signatures in order to tackle the issues that legal formalities have caused during the COVID-19 pandemic.
NAEA Propertymark is teaming up with award-winning international Proptech development programme REACH UK, to help a new UK cohort of developers provide future solutions to estate agents’ problems.
The Government will open its Unique Property Reference Numbers (UPRN) system from 1 July which has applications useful to agents on information searches.
This issue features articles covering air pollution, selling a tenanted property, referral fees, housing priorities under the new Government and the Ivory Act.
You will often hear technology companies refer to ‘the cloud’, whether it be cloud computing, cloud storage or even cloud software, but what does the cloud really mean? Ross Jezzard ARLA Propertymark Board Member, takes a look.
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.
Housing Minister Esther McVey has unveiled a new expert advisory council dedicated to the digital transformation of the property sector. The new Proptech dragons will advise ministers on how to support and grow the sector further, making it easier and cheaper to plan, build and buy new homes.
Housing minister Esther McVey has announced plans for a new data and technology drive, to aid homebuilders and communities throughout the UK. McVey said the proposals will help small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) homebuilders to find build sites.
Recent government research found that a third of businesses reported having cyber security breaches or attacks in the last 12 months. As the Propertymark industry supplier for insurance, Gallagher want to raise awareness of some of the most common types of online fraud, what to look out for, and to reduce the risk to your business.