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Royal Mail chief becomes new chairman of...

Countrywide has announced to the Stock Exchange this morning...

Interesting move from Long and a pretty high-profile appointment from Countrywide. A statement of intent, perhaps? He's certainly going to have some challenges ahead of him. Countrywide seem to be biting off more than they can chew in recent weeks and months, so maybe a steadying influence will help them. They seem to be scoring PR own goals all too frequently of late.

Right To Rent: ARLA gets clarification on...

The Association of Residential Letting Agents has obtained clarification...

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Your opportunity to discuss Finance and Mortgages...

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

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Property experts says tax changes will lead...

One of the country‘s leading rental sector analysts is...

Build to Rent for the small landlord would work well. We are diversifying our small buy to let portfolio into refurb or build to sell. We may sell some buy to let properties to finance this but sadly we will have to eject the tenants before doing so, in view of the Stamp Duty surcharge, as opposed to selling them as buy to let investments. With a little bit of incentive, instead of massive disincentive from the misguided Chancellor, Build to Rent would be an attractive option

Knowing too much about property can be...

Public relations used to be a minor part of...

This is an interesting discussion and one which I don't think there is a clear cut answer to...... As a PR professional with over 17 years experience, I've worked almost entirely within the B2B and corporate sector yet in more recent years have taken on more and more work for clients within the property sector. When I first worked with a property business I didn't have prior knowledge of the intricacies of the sector, but I did know how to identify a story and relate topics back to the wider news agenda and this is surely the benefit of engaging with a non-property specialist. Now, however, with more property experience under my I don't feel I've lost this because I ensure I continue to work on a mixed portfolio of work. This ensures that I am still able to take a certain 'outsiders' view and employ knowledge gained from other sectors so that I am not a through and through 'property PR' person who could perhaps be too engrained in the sector.

Amilli Property Spotlight on West Ham ...

Guess what? Our spotlight feature is back! Here property...

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FUTURE: PROPERTY TECH ...

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

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Investment platform raises more than £1m in...

Property investment platform Cogress recently raised £1.35m in just 24 hours....

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Lenders regain appetite for high-LTV lending ...

Access to the mortgage market is widening as lenders...

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5 home improvements that add value ...

Property is often a person’s greatest asset and naturally...

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How much have Brighton house prices increased...

We’re always hearing about the astronomical rise of house...

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How to look after your Stokey rental...

As we've seen in the news over the past...

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Brighton school needs votes for Computing Fund...

A local education establishment in Brighton, Middle Street Primary...

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