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Posted Date: Friday 5th March 2010
The real criminals here are Rightmove, this is a big two fingers up at agents. As someone pointed out , iSOLD is a private seller model and thus should not be allowed on the site. I reckon general house prices will fall as a result of the ‘stack em high and sell em cheap’ principle, something that Spicer are already very good at. Still when these vendors don’t sell and are reluctant to leave the tesco listing because of the initial outlay, we will get these home on a multiple agency basis, that really will cost these vendors some money. I’m making sure that I react to the news, for a start there will be some very cheap properties coming on the market soon with iSOLD and seeing as I can negotiate directly with the vendor there’s going to be some bargains about.
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Posted Date: Friday 5th March 2010
This model fails on lots of levels, the OFT are turning a blind eye to a lot of issues here. 1, Who will qualify these buyers? 2, Who will progress the sale? 3, Why are the HIP’s £100 above market value? 4, Who can ensure that elderly people are getting a fair and reasonable price for their home? 5, why do they assume that rightmove is the be all and end all of selling a property? (the last audit I did, we found that only 60% of our sales came from the portal. The rest came from my pro-active Negs) Investors must be rubbing there hands together with the opportunity to negotiate blind sellers who have put their trust in a massive brand name. Every agent on here I’m sure would of also had to deal people trying it on at exchange time. Lots of people are about to get ripped off
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Posted Date: Saturday 6th March 2010
Agent Orange. Im assuming the 'trained valuer' will be a neg from spicer's nearest office.....no worries there then!
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Posted Date: Monday 8th March 2010
There is some good ideas flying about here and as agents we need to take the power back, I’m sure all us independents would jump at the idea of an exclusive portal but I’m not sure how powerful it would get without the corporates involved. I’m no right move fan but its obvious that they are s**ting bricks over a court case from so-called private sites like isold and any couldn’t afford a loss in the courts because that would open the flood gates. It sounds like they don’t fancy their chances especially considering that the OFT are behind it. One thing is clear, we cannot all just boycott RM, it would cost us to much money and every area has some chav agent who will stay on and sweep the market. If we all defected to another portal then we would have to be sure they are not going to entertain the likes of iSOLD, like I say this would end them up in court. All you can do is prove your worth, convince vendors that this is a bad idea and do more in terms of marketing and customer service. What does amuse me though is Spicers being behind this whole shambles, it’s almost an admission that they are failing. The other thing is country wide (who is likely to be the worst hit by this) are the people that set up RM in the first place.
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Posted Date: Monday 8th March 2010
It sounds like close payment are in trouble to me...free deferred payment? These people need to go bang anyway
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Posted Date: Monday 8th March 2010
i dont get it Boyd? Charge viewers for exclusive rights to view? why would you narrow the margin of potential viewers on the first day for the sake of £500 quid?
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Posted Date: Wednesday 10th March 2010
Well thank you for that insight into modern estate agency, I hope these comments are an EAT exclusive. Is this guy on the Foxtons payroll?
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Posted Date: Wednesday 10th March 2010
Property live is not quite there yet. One thing that rightmove does very well is it can make an agent stand out from the property search screen. As an agent you can control (to a certain extend) what your hit rates are, No other portals do this.
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Posted Date: Wednesday 10th March 2010
Has anyone on here used these yet? Seems like a good idea, some feedback would be good.
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Posted Date: Wednesday 10th March 2010
I wouldnt say im worried about it Jakie, but i think we are going to have to react, im sure it will change the way i talk to potential vendors about marketing. To the general public this seems like a good deal, mainly because they (and some agents i might add) think that all you need is rightmove, if you want the instruction you have to convince them otherwise.
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Posted Date: Wednesday 10th March 2010
Eric, where did you dream up the line “All agents try and value for the highest figure to secure the instruction.”? Is that what you do to win? are you advocating over valuing? I dont get it
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Posted Date: Wednesday 10th March 2010
Top Neg, we are talking about over valuing in order to gain the instrution, Over valuing a property for no other reason than to win an instuction over your competitors is silly. Your valutions should be based on fact, and what you think you can get for the property.
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Posted Date: Wednesday 10th March 2010
Top Neg....Its never been done before by such a big brand name with a bottomless pit of a advertising budget. If you think Tescos and iSOLD and Spicer are your typical 0.5 percent monger that im sure we have all had to deal with then your in for a shock.
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Posted Date: Wednesday 10th March 2010
come on then top neg, put your money where your mouth is. Who are you and whats the firms name?
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Posted Date: Thursday 11th March 2010
"You can do so and remain realistic by being candid with your vendors and manage their expectations." Another free lesson from an indudustry dinosaur. Thanks for the advice.
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Posted Date: Saturday 13th March 2010
Eric. Your comment was "All agents try and value for the highest figure to secure the instruction." Your trying to justifie your comment by saying that you try and get your vendors the best price. Not the same thing and you know it.Yes Eric i maintain your a dinosaur, doing the same thing estate agents have done your years. If you had to start a buisness now you wouldnt last five minuits. A few photos and a floorplan that looks like its been drawn by a 5 year old dosn't cut the mustard anymore, so good luck going up against foxtons. Yes im a small independant out in essex and have been going for just 2 and a half years but the whole thing about this iSOLD thing is that estate agency IS changing like it or not. You keep being traditional Eric www.henryward.co.uk by the way.
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Posted Date: Saturday 13th March 2010
to answer your question about countrywide, please see inside traders comment, he sums it up nicely
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Posted Date: Tuesday 16th March 2010
Conveyancers surley see an exchange ready HIP as a threat to their industry which proberly accounts for the majority of the 81%. If people like Rob and HIPAG can do the bulk of the work at a resonable price then they are stuffed.
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Posted Date: Wednesday 17th March 2010
Stick to your TV job love, the last time I looked you wasn't very good at that either.
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Posted Date: Wednesday 17th March 2010
shame there fee structure isn't as transparent.
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Posted Date: Wednesday 17th March 2010
I agree with property insider, i am sick of trying to sell HIPs to a public that dosnt want them. Ive used both HIPAG and now a small independant HIP provider and the quicker and cheaper I can get them done the better. I dont think the majority of HIP providers want to do more work on the packs anyway, I think your the exception Rob.
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Posted Date: Wednesday 17th March 2010
Please contact me when your ready with the app
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Posted Date: Wednesday 17th March 2010
excuse me Mr vendor, would you mind if i take a picture of you looking happy for my wall?
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Posted Date: Friday 19th March 2010
if these are artificially low interest rates then its a great time for a first time buyer to fix their mortgage rate and buy. Is he suggesting that they should wait for rates to increase?
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Posted Date: Friday 19th March 2010
same day marketing can be done, in most cases the property may come on 2-3 days after the appraisal, i book the epc to be done after i leave the house and take the PIQ with me. Any good assessor can have the pdf emailed to you the same day and you already have the PIQ. I can get enough of the pack back for marketing by the time ive finished uploading the photos.
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Posted Date: Friday 19th March 2010
Always intrested in new ideas but this seems a bit lazy to me, no offence ment.
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Posted Date: Monday 22nd March 2010
the £36m ‘sweetener’ is shocking but a company that makes no money is worthless. Hardly comparable to the foxtons deal.
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Posted Date: Wednesday 24th March 2010
i assume that if you have not paid stamp duty before (which they do have a record of) then you are a 'first time buyer' its a guess though
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Posted Date: Wednesday 31st March 2010
We have paid and registered and have received nothing. A total sham.
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Posted Date: Wednesday 31st March 2010
Happy to offer £50. thats 50x the halifax deal. I think they should take it.
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Posted Date: Friday 9th April 2010
Nice of them to drive the nails into their own coffins.
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Posted Date: Saturday 10th April 2010
AskTheHomeSearch.com A quick look at you portal shows zero properties in london and zero in essex, which would suggest you need my stock more than i need you. Im happy to go on new portal but if you do a deal with devil i wont touch you with a barge pole. Either work for agents or work for private sellers, the two cannot work together. Im afraid i dont hold the view of the minority.
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Posted Date: Saturday 10th April 2010
then you have a long wait
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Posted Date: Monday 12th April 2010
Any negative comments i may of made have been directed at people like you who dont understand the industry. Why on earth do you think agents are going to list stock alongside private sellers? Take a look at any of the posts on here to find out how popular sarah beeny is with agents. The 'we run on a simple method we list property on our site' comment proves how naive you are when it comes to dealing with agents. Its the agents that have the buying power in this sector and you have to diside where you want your money to come from. If you was smart you would see that agents are starting to get the ike with people like rightmove because of high fee's and agreeing to list for iSOLD. The industry is crying out for a agent only portal and your site does look good but listing for private sellers will get you nowhere.
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Posted Date: Monday 12th April 2010
This guy just does not get it. You do not accept private listings, however you will list for a private sellers site.Just to top it off they are in negotiation another private sellers site.In the previous post i asked them to diside which way AskTheHomeSearch is going, private sellers or agents? This post has answered my question.
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Posted Date: Monday 12th April 2010
The fee is not the issue, We can list on thinkproperty.com/Glowbrix for nowt. Why not try speaking to some of the software/data feed companies. Someone like Vebra or Expert Agent may be willing to do a deal and then you get all the listings you want without the need to visit agents. Like I said the industry is crying out for a well planned good looking functional agents only website. You could make a killing here. What were the agents objections to listing with you when you first made contact?
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Posted Date: Monday 12th April 2010
If a portal came to me and said. 'WE ARE A PORTAL BUILT AROUND AND FOR ESTATE AGENTS AND WE ACCEPT FEEDS ONLY FROM AGENTS WHO ARE MEMBERS OF A REDRESS SCHEME' Then you would get my vote and possibily £75
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Posted Date: Monday 12th April 2010
Shocking! The job of a portal is to present a property to prospective purchasers. You can increase the amount of online viewings that property gets depending on how an agent (or private seller)promotes the advert. 2 pics and a breif description = no hits. 15 pics, floorplan, virtual tour = lots of hits. This is not rocket science. You are suggesting that property will sell regardless of who puts the listing up? I felt guilty about giving you a hard time but that comment has really got my goat. Do you think a private seller with there own 2mega pixel flashless camera and a discription not subject to PMA has as much chance as a professional listing? I am shocked that you think its that easy.If you think thats the case then why dont you go for the private sellers yourself? if it dosnt matter whos listing the advert and they will sell anyway then you have as much chance of selling as i do?
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Posted Date: Monday 12th April 2010
ohh and while im at it, if you think selling a car is a kin to selling a property then you really are out of touch.
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Posted Date: Monday 12th April 2010
Bore off PeeBee.
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Posted Date: Monday 12th April 2010
Nothing better to do than pick people up on spelling? Constructive? Like i said....bore off
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Posted Date: Monday 12th April 2010
Tim, I dont see that we disagree.Our standard marketing use's floorplans (done by us, not part of the HIP) video tours, A3 brochures and premium listings. I am obsessed with click through rates, so my colleges tell me, im not so worried about private sellers sites but strongly disagree with listing alongside them.
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Posted Date: Wednesday 14th April 2010
if anyone knows where i can get 3d floor plans for much less than £1000 pounds a year i would be truly gratefull. Something that works like the mobile agent but 3d would be great.
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Posted Date: Wednesday 14th April 2010
maturedatingonline? are you serious. Dont bother by the way they all come with to much baggage.
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Posted Date: Monday 19th April 2010
I have to pre warn my new instructions now that when they get the 'call me urgently' compliment slip through the door to ignore it. These idiots have been ignoring the ASA for years and something should be done. I hope Mr Smith is reading this because your underhand practices are getting you nowhere around here, i still wipe the floor with Haart. You lot give agents a bad name.
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Posted Date: Monday 19th April 2010
tut tut, a proffesional body slamming another proffesional body to win memberships. I wont be getting into bed with RICS. Although i do agree with them.
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Posted Date: Wednesday 21st April 2010
I will vote conservative as long as they promice to keep on consulting with Kirstie Allsopp on all housing related issues. I Think it would be great if our industry was lead by a TV presenter.On second thoughts we could get Miles Shipside to be our voise of the industry and goverment adviser.....the world has gone mad!
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Posted Date: Wednesday 21st April 2010
Simon, surley we need to hear from Kirstie Allsopp and Sarah Beeny first?
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Posted Date: Wednesday 21st April 2010
Beeber, you have no idea what you are talking about...none
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Posted Date: Friday 23rd April 2010
askthehomeserch, i dont think radarhomes is called that because of sky dishes, i think its because radars find things.......just a thought.
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Posted Date: Friday 23rd April 2010
time to lay off askthehomesearch, he's right about the amount of flack he has got. Like he says they must be doing something right and he must be laughing all the way to the bank with that cheque that sarah beeney just wrote him. P.S please tell me she paid you?
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Posted Date: Saturday 24th April 2010
depends where you are terry. Im on all 4 and rightmove produces far more leads.I know some london agents can do without rightmove as prime location is stronger in the city, but out here in the sticks we need them.
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Posted Date: Monday 26th April 2010
If agents need to rely on an extra £100 per HIP as revenue then its time for them to throw the towel in.
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Posted Date: Monday 26th April 2010
Blimey PeeBee, thats not right!
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Posted Date: Monday 26th April 2010
integra, not charging commision for faxing a bit of paper to a HIP firm is 'holier than thou'? Agents are taking advantage of HIP's. Charging extra for a floor plan and telling people that its part of their marketing really gets my goat. Vendors I talk to that have paid £400 and upwards for a document that costs £200 to prepare are shocked when they find out they have been had, Not to mention agents that are holding peoples HIP's to ransom to keep them on a sole agency basis. Supplying a HIP for cost price without any bolt-ons as quickly as i can does not make us holier than thou, it just makes us honest. These desperate agents that are lining their pockets with money paid to them in good faith will have to think of some other way to rob people.......they sicken me.
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Posted Date: Monday 26th April 2010
so you charge £300 for your HIPs then Eric?.....intresting, Does yourHIP provider/DEA do your floorplans?
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Posted Date: Tuesday 27th April 2010
why only 9 out of 50? was it lack of deposit? poor credit ratings? failure to source appropriate lendors? who is it that broking these mortgages with such a low success rate?
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Posted Date: Tuesday 27th April 2010
.....but they wont
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Posted Date: Wednesday 28th April 2010
any new goverment be it hung or not is not going to put thousands of people out of work over night.HIPs in some form (i think) will be here for a while and will need to be phased out over a period of time. and Eric, if your HIPS are £300 then your floorplans are not 'free'
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Posted Date: Wednesday 28th April 2010
“We list every property in the country,” .....really?
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Posted Date: Wednesday 28th April 2010
Bravo!
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Posted Date: Wednesday 28th April 2010
Commercial suicide. Is 'ask the home search' such a bad name? i had a look at domain names and i have to say if i was starting a portal id be hard pushed to pick one. Anyway thats not the point. The point is the model and where you see the portal going. Ive said before that i dont think agents and private sellers will ever get into bed together, but the ombudsman only agents is a good idea (my idea by the way) 'not estate agents' listings are very poor though and not doing you any favours. I think what you need is a niche portal something the others havn't got. I dont have many vendors who have heard of globrix and that is owned by a massive media group that list for free. Taking the big boys on wont work unless you do something amazing.
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Posted Date: Friday 30th April 2010
thanks for another kick in the nuts Shipside, maybe you might want to start commentating on portal and internet related stuff for a change?
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Posted Date: Friday 30th April 2010
all upheld complaints to the ASA are delt with in the same way. 'please dont do that again' If the damage has already been done then they should be fined.
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Posted Date: Saturday 1st May 2010
Ok ATHS, seing as youve had a hard time this is what i want from a portal. 1, data feed from my software company. 2, My own 'agents page' 3, All my listings to have a link back to my website. 4, All media types on the listing to be shown at the serch screen for properties (ie if a floor plan/virtual tour is available) 5, None of my listings to come with other companies adverts (like when primelocation.com offer to give you a mortgage quote) 6, Resonable cost. basically a site like rightmove without the cdost, bullying and web links back to your own site. not to much to ask. A portal that supported the use of movies would also be good, a sort of you tube for property presentation. Someone who does all this would get my vote.
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Posted Date: Wednesday 5th May 2010
HA!
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Posted Date: Wednesday 5th May 2010
I agree with PeeBee's post (before it got removed) oh and Jim, wind your neck in
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Posted Date: Thursday 6th May 2010
no one would deny that the majority of leads come from RM, i also like the way i can make properties stand out with floorplans ect, but the biggest problem agents have with RM is the managment, customer service is shocking, competitor analysis is ridiculas (and you cant opt out of it) and they have a take it or leave it attitude they put prices up. Now RM have agents over a barrel and they know it. They are a company set for domination which is fine but they seem to want to do it by bullying rather than working with us
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Posted Date: Friday 7th May 2010
Paul Smith, i implore you, get on here and tell the rest of the industry why you continually fall foul of the ASA and cant dream up a marketing campain without being misleading. Explain why (even though the ASA banned you from doing so)you continue allowing your staff to use the 'call me urgently' complement slips. Tell us why your staff spend the majority of their time touting rather than selling and why you tout neighbouring areas because your brand is failing in its own towns. Do all this and i will tell you why the rest of the industry thinks your a clown.
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Posted Date: Friday 14th May 2010
So is Eric walker suggesting that he is going to lose instructions over a £250 HIP? Maybe his listers need retraining. Drop me a line Eric if you need your listing negs to be able to negotiate a fee £250 more than your competitors.
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Posted Date: Friday 14th May 2010
Nothing wrong with the SEO on my site thanks Eric, but if i was going to take advise from someone it would be a person who manages more that a few photos and a free floor plan. Shoddy work from someone who claims to be a master of the internet. Whats your rightmove CTR Eric?
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Posted Date: Friday 14th May 2010
as i said before eric, just a small new independant. Still 31,000 people a month seeing your site and realising you put zero effort into your property details is a lot.
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Posted Date: Friday 14th May 2010
Ace, I will start by quoting the story. ‘One agent affected, Eric Walker of Bushells,’ Why is he affected by this? The law is simple. HIPS are a legal requirement now. If you want to market a home you need one. When they are abolished then you wont. If there are agents willing to go ahead and market without one they are breaking the law, if they are willing to break the law then what else are they willing to let slide? That is what I would point out to any potential vendors and hey presto you now hold the higher moral and professional high ground. I see this as a positive, a one up on my competitors because I do it properly and within the law. What im NOT doing is having a whinge and saying its not fair. If Eric Walker was worth his salt he would over come this easily. If you have the potential to lose an instruction over £250 then you should be thinking of career change. I was mearly trying to point that out, what he has done is go through my website stats to try and put me in my place and failed. Like I said at the top, Eric is affected by this not me. ‘We need clarification’ ‘We need clarification’ HIPs are necessary until a time when they are abolished. Clarified enough for you?
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Posted Date: Friday 14th May 2010
Dave, same again! its all the fault of the home information pack? HIP's fault you had to go multi? HIP's fault another firms neg took the risk for the fee? HIP's fault the vendor had to get his own pack instead of an agent passing it to him at cost?
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Posted Date: Friday 14th May 2010
Miffed, sellers that need to sell quickly? I can get a partial market ready HIP done in 24hrs flat, often quicker than i can get the brochures finished, dont see your point.
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Posted Date: Friday 14th May 2010
if there is no risk then why did you let a competitor sell to one of your applicants? Thats got nothing to to with the law, thats just sour grapes. Like you say you either abide by the law or you dont. Narrow minded? you assume ive never worked london?
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Posted Date: Friday 14th May 2010
miffed, and in fact everyone on here that is having a little cry over HIPs. Do you think this new goverment has more to worrie about than HIP's? I do. Do you think HIP's are the single biggest threat to our industry? Im being called narrow minded by people who cant see past the Home information pack and what their competitors are getting away with. What about our ancient stamp duty system? what about capital gains? what about the slump in affordable housing. I would consider all of the above a bit more important than the fact Dave lost £3000. I'm a lone voice? I'm just one of thousands who are getting on with my job, being compliant and not suffering because of it. There are many things we should be lobbying parliament for at the moment and HIP's are not on the top of the list, full regulation of the industry should be, that would solve agents breaking the law. HIP's are irritating yes, but after all they are only a bit of red tape and a unnecessary evil.
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Posted Date: Monday 17th May 2010
there are agents here purposly keeping unsold/SSTC stock on rightmove to get up on the competitor analysis, agents are fudging the listings so they can tell vendors that they are the leading agent. Competitor analysis pretty much renders all rightmove stats useless.
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Posted Date: Thursday 27th May 2010
Sorry Tim, time to disagree with you. At least 30 percent of our sales are down to office walk in's. More than covers the cost of the office.
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Posted Date: Friday 28th May 2010
Although I hate to agree with Eric......I agree with Eric, same here
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Posted Date: Saturday 29th May 2010
so to sum up, the model chris has adopted is to pay a subscription to rightmove, undercut agents fee's, work from home with the wife with all the distractions that involves, grab the money and shut the thing down after two years of giving people a sub-standard service. I like it Chris, estate agency really is that easy.
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Posted Date: Saturday 29th May 2010
Chris, you win instructions because you undercut, very inovative! Johnno is right, you are estate agent of the year! you can collect your award in your dressing gown if you like while the wife gets the kettle on.
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Posted Date: Saturday 29th May 2010
ohhhh, I get it. So the trick is to only take on property that's keenly priced, the sort of property where you only need rightmove to get away with a sale, times that by 3 (so you get the same commision as an agent that sells 1) and hey presto your a succesfull agent. Brilliant!
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Posted Date: Sunday 30th May 2010
no need to spit your dummy out Chris. I know how much work comes our way by having a prominant office. well done by the way for having the moral high ground on fee's. by that I mean taking a hit in the pocket because your not greedy. are you sure you can't charge a higher fee because you simply couldn't justifie it? by that I mean your not worth it. Anyway good night and happy retirement Chris. Don't forget to set the alarm for 8.45 on Tuesday, up and at em for 9 o'clock! thanks for the last word
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Posted Date: Friday 4th June 2010
This needs to be reported on in the public domain. The fact the ASA cannot give spicerhaart anything more than a slapped rist is shamefull.
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Posted Date: Monday 7th June 2010
I find it intresting that anyone with a basic knowlage of a search engine would type 'property' in to goggle. Surely people understand that you have to be more specific than that to return anything relevant? 'property for sale' would be a better comparison.
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Posted Date: Monday 7th June 2010
I hope so Tim, otherwise Zoopla can kiss my listings goodbye.
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Posted Date: Monday 7th June 2010
what is even more intresting that these portal 'news posts' seem to attract more comments than any other topic
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Posted Date: Thursday 10th June 2010
Prepare yourself for underhand tactics, misleading advertising and illegal touting all courtesy of Mr Smith. The problem with this is the publics perception of how rightmove is the only tool you need. The isold listings on the site are actually quite good, many have premium listings, some are using smart panorama's v tours, floor plans and well thought-out brochures. There are some 'well healed' agents commenting on this very post who do not take their advertising as seriously as this. Those that snooze will lose. I would be interested to see some of iSOLD's rightmove click through rates, I bet they are not far off top spot. They will end up selling more, lots more than some of you may think.
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Posted Date: Thursday 10th June 2010
My point is Tim, its a damm site more than most offer, you compare their listings to some of the other dross in Bristol and indeed London. I love how the 'im not worried because i always get higher fees' brigade start posting on these threads. Not constructive or usefull. As an industry we should be getting together and raising some important questions here. Firstly in the name of fair trading why has isold got 6 office accounts on rightmove for bristol? i would say that is missleading. Is isold paying the £600 fee like the rest of us per account? i doubt it. Is the money upfront model good and fair to the consumer? Should isold even be allowed on rightmove? When fish started the tesco's fiasco agents removed their listings from the site and finished fish4 in a week flat, but we have all let this one wash over us. Big Mistake.
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