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Property drought pushes up house prices – but EPC rating has ‘little or no’ impact

Estate agents now have just 37 properties on their books on average, down from around 42 in March, according to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors’ monthly market survey.

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Property drought pushes up house prices, says Rics

Estate agent survey reveals number of listings on their books continues to fall Competition among buyers means 70% of agents have seen sale prices increase But despite Government eco drive, they say EPC rating doesn’t influence price Rightmove has also named an Essex town as the UK’s ‘top sellers’ market’ House prices continued to rise in October, as competition for properties was stoked by a reduction in the number of homes on agents’ books.

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Savills Boosts Three Executives To Key Leadership Roles

NEW YORK, Nov. 10, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Savills announces three key promotions as it continues its growth across North America. Ann Duncan has been promoted to vice chairman, chief strategy officer (CSO) and chief diversity officer (CDO), Dean Feratovic as chief Human resources officer (CHRO), ...