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UK Residents Just Looking

A survey by UK based property portal has revealed that 69 percent of UK residents look at property online even when they are not actually planning to move.

New Widgets for

UK property portal and property information website,, has launched a series of innovative tools and widgets that agents can add directly to their own websites.

UK Agent Removed from Portals

Uk estate agent Julian Bending, of The Real Ralph Bending agency, has allegedly had his listings taken down from some of the UK’s biggest portals including and, and been banned from advertising in local newspapers. Lures Agents With Legal Index

Uk property portal has launched a Legal Index, which is set to benefit estate agents featured on by providing them with an additional revenue opportunity. Launches in UK

A new website has launched in the UK to help agents sell and let residential properties: Defends Agents

Lee Bramzell, the CEO of UK property portal, has lept to defend agents from a BBC TV programme called Axe The Agent?

Street View Expands to UK and Europe

Google Street View has expanded with launches in the UK and The Netherlands last week and more cities covered in Spain, France and Italy. Gives Agents Sales via McDonald’s

Digital Property Group owned UK portal,, has been revealed as the lead partner in the McDonald’s Best Chance Monopoly nationwide promotion. This marketing deal is a real coup for the portal and likely to bring it increased web traffic and huge exposure. It will also provide 2 potential sales for the portal’s estate agents or developers. Release UK Rental Index

With the rental market predicted to grow as sales drop, has made a timely move and released a rigorous Rental Index.

Interview with Ben Brain –

If you have been watching the UK property market recently, you will have heard the terms “Home Swap” and “Part Exchange” being used a lot. spoke to Resource Manager Ben Brain, from about the concept.


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