August, 2012

Estate agents should prepare for the mobile revolution of 2013

- 60% of agents don’t have a mobile-compatible website – Agents prompted to act now or risk losing out on business Fewer than half of estate agencies in the UK have a mobile-compatible website, according to a survey by Move with Us, the residential property expert, despite the growing popularity for mobile web surfing and […]

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Client trust and service key as IFAs become more distant from fund managers

Amidst a continuing backdrop of investment volatility, much publicised reputational challenges facing the financial services industry and the ongoing increase in regulatory oversight, Broadgate Mainland has undertaken its fourth Practical Intelligence Barometer, with marketing agency Fundamentals, to gauge the views of investment focussed financial advisers Over 30 in depth interviews were conducted with advisers and […]

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UK asking prices hit one-year high in June

-       Average asking price for properties reached £232,000, compared to £228,000 12 months ago –       Properties selling over six weeks faster  The latest research from residential property experts, Move with Us, has revealed that the average UK asking price increased from £228,000 in June 2011 to £232,000 in June 2012. The data, which was taken […]

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Yorkshire and Humber shows signs of an improving housing market

-       The average selling time of a property has decreased by six weeks since January 2012 –       Sellers achieving the highest percentage of asking prices for over a year  The latest research from residential property experts, Move with Us, has revealed that the Yorkshire and Humber region shows signs of an improving housing market with […]

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Property market in the North-West shows signs of improvement

-       Asking prices have increased steadily every month since January –       Properties take significantly fewer days to sell than at the start of 2012  The latest statistics from the residential property expert, Move with Us, have revealed that over the last six months, the average time it takes to sell a house in the North-West […]

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Signs of an improving housing market in the North-East

-       Property selling 53 days faster than in January 2012 –       Asking prices have increased by 1.7% over the last six months  The latest residential housing market data from Move with Us, the residential property experts, has shown a significant reduction in the average time it takes to sell a house in the North-East over […]

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PMM Partners

PMM PARTNERS LOOKS TO BROADGATE MAINLAND TO RAISE PROFILE

Leading financial and professional services PR agency Broadgate Mainland has been appointed by PMM Partners, a boutique property management advisory and fund management business that specialises in the German residential market, to help raise its profile. Broadgate Mainland will work with PMM Partners to develop a PR programme which supports the firm’s current and forthcoming […]

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Mass home-working experiment for London businesses

As London businesses take part in a mass home-working experiment, Professor Peter White, from the Planning and Transport Studies department at the University of Westminster talks about how changes that have been implemented for the Olympics could influence longer-term behavior: “Employers have been encouraged to adopt teleworking to a greater degree than usual during the period […]

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OBSR

Morningstar OBSR Announces 2012 Honours Shortlist

MorningstarOBSR, an independent investment fund research and consultancy business and a unit of MorningstarUK, today announced the shortlist for the Outstanding Investor Honour and Outstanding Rising Talent Honour, two of the four awards to be announced at the fifth annual MorningstarOBSR Honours Dinner on 6 September 2012. The Honours celebrate the best of the UK […]

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As London businesses take part in a mass home-working experiment

Professor Peter White, from the Planning and Transport Studies department at the University of Westminster talks about how changes that have been implemented for the Olympics could influence longer-term behavior: “Employers have been encouraged to adopt teleworking to a greater degree than usual during the period of the Games, to reduce pressures on the transport system.” […]

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