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Graham Norwood

Countrywide: Peter Long 'to focus full time...

Peter Long, the chairman of the troubled Royal Mail...

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I know nothing about Peter Long, but until or unless Countrywide appoints someone with first hand experience at the customer-facing edge of the industry, who has trodden the boards of viewings, valuations and managing teams on the ground, then they will fail. How can anyone who doesn’t know what the grass-roots job entails possibly have a chance of turning this ailing behemoth around? There are so many hugely impressive senior executives who have risen from roles as a negotiator who would be better suited to this, and who would command the respect and credibility of the staff on the ground. I fear this is another nail in the coffin, but I wish them all the best.

Graham Norwood

Council acts against agent and says tenants...

A lettings agent described as ‘rogue’ by a London...

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Nat Daniels

Your opportunity to discuss Finance and Mortgages...

Agents, brokers, intermediaries, investors and all, you're in the...

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Marc Da Silva

Lib Dems want to introduce mandatory licences...

The Liberal Democrats once again called for the introduction...

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For fear of sounding boring, as you are aware, we already have mandatory licensing here in Wales. There is no doubt that 'genuine' landlords were doing everything that was asked of them before the implementation of this debacle by the WAG. I am not aware that they have had much success in controlling so-called 'rogue landlords', who are just going to carry on regardless of any licensing scheme, because it is all 'cash in hand' and not declared. They would be stupid in the extreme to register and as most of them rent to tenants that would never be able to get accommodation from a legitimate landlord, then it largely goes unnoticed and therefore reported. The tenant is certainly not going to inform the licensing authority, as they would then be made homeless.

Graham Norwood

Forget narrow demands - Work together for...

Any day now we’ll hear the date for the...

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Karl Knipe

The pros and cons of student accommodation...

Some property investors are put off student accommodation by...

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Angels Media

FUTURE: PROPERTY TECH ...

Join us to network, learn & share idea's with...

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Matthew Lane

Leave-voting areas exhibit the most confidence in...

Brexit voting areas are displaying the most confidence in...

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Deborah Lewis

CMME launches second charge mortgage solution ...

CMME has announced a second charge mortgage solution for...

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Steph Rady

INTERIOR DESIGN TRENDS TO EXPECT IN 2017:...

Kicking off 2017, we’ve predicted stabilisation in the property...

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Martin Gibbon

First Time Buyers Underestimating the Cost of...

The majority of aspiring first-time buyers ‘wildly’ underestimate how...

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Tom  Harrington

Sell your home this summer - House...

Summer is just around the corner. And, contrary to...

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Asad Riaz

Why Londoners want to stay in the...

It’s often said that people are doing all they...

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