Tag: Residential Property
One of the problems with property being considered such a good long term investment is that people become obsessed with stats and house price trends and knowing when is a good or bad time to buy. This factor has become almost a national obsession during the last few years and coupled with the newspapers ability [...]
Foxtons have long been recognised in the industry as innovators, to the point as I’ve written previously whereby agents have tried to seek some reflective glory from their brand. Their latest web site development again reinforces their position as a leading innovator within the estate agency sector.
Google announced last week that they are rolling out a new search algorithm change that helps make the search results “fresher” and the big news is that its going to change the results for around 35% of all searches. This is significant compared to other recent changes such as Panda, which only impacted around 12% of searches [...]
After a week or so of panic and speculation over Tesco re-entering the estate agency business it was interesting to see the details published about how the iSold service is going to work and also Tesco’s own view of their relationship to iSold. So it there as much to this marriage made in heaven deal as initially [...]
Google have launched their first ‘Real Estate on Google Maps’ advert for the Australian market, underlining their appetite to develop and capture their audience in this market place (if you ever doubted it). If you’ve seen any of their recent adverts, such as the ‘Parisian Love’ advert aired during the Super Bowl, you will know what to [...]
There has been an interesting debate taking place in the housingdabble linkedin forum around the above question and so I thought I’d post my views on the current state of play. Rightmove’s recent online consumer survey asked what influenced their decision when choosing an estate agent and the top four