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Creative Web Developer

Creative Web Developer

  • 23rd June 2017
  • Commercial People

Job Title: Creative Web Developer Salary: TBC Location: Docklands       About Us Our vision is to be the best site in the world to buy, sell or rent property. We've got customers. We've recently got investment. Now we're looking to improve our website by improving the design of all our applications and websites. Our office in Docklands is the kind of place where we go on lunch together and make tea for each other. About You You're a designer who loves building attractive, usable websites that work on all different devices and browsers....

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General Election, the aftermath

General Election, the aftermath

  • 12th June 2017
  • Business and Economy

It is fair to say the unpresented and well documented Theresa May’s huge gamble in calling a snap general election has not paid dividend.  As evident, the British public delivered a stunning political upset when they failed to provide the Prime Minister with the overall majority in the 350 seat House of Commons she initial thought she would obtain.   What was equally stunning was the PM’s failure to mention her shortcomings and a lax in judgement.  What does that mean for Brexit?      The consequence of her decision is that Theresa May is to be t...

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London’s Brexit Apocalypse Is Nowhere in Sight

London’s Brexit Apocalypse Is Nowhere in Sight

  • 01st June 2017
  • Business and Economy

  In September, we reported that the manufacturing sector in the UK has begun to recover following a fall following the the Brexit result. A reading over 50 is an indication of growth. The scrutinised Markit/CIPS UK Manufacturing purchasing managers’ index reached over 53 in August, up from just over 48 the month before and higher than economists’ predictions of 49. The sterling jumped by 0.7% against the dollar, overcoming a 1.32 barrier. Manufacturing companies seem to be back on track with business, witnessing order flows accelerate worldwide with a depr...

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British Airways owner loses 500m in value after IT meltdown

British Airways owner loses 500m in value after IT meltdown

  • 30th May 2017
  • Business and Economy

  IAG shares plunge amid fears for airline’s reputation after IT failure stranded 75,000 passengers on busy holiday weekend.   Half a billion pounds has been wiped off the market value of the British Airways owner, IAG, after computer system outages grounded hundreds of flights over the weekend. IAG shares fell more than 4% to 588p in London on Tuesday after the flight cancellations left 75,000 passengers stranded over the bank holiday weekend. The airline had to cancel flights at London’s Heathrow and Gatwick airports on Saturday when a power surge...

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Services you can depend on!

Services you can depend on!

  • 11th May 2017
  • Business and Economy

According to statistics, searches for property related information has risen of 253% in the last four years, not only that, but in 2016 alone, 80% of all home buyers started their search for a new home online. Buyers want to know as much as possible about the property, see as many pictures as they can, and have a clear understanding of the location it's set in by the time they contact an agent to book a viewing. With competition at an all-time high, there's a pressing need for agents to be noticed during that very important online research, and although property platforms are not...

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What is CRM and why is it essential for estate agents?

What is CRM and why is it essential for estate agents?

  • 09th May 2017
  • Agents

What is CRM and why is it essential for estate agents? By its own definition, CRM stands for Customer Relationship Management.  CRM’s are built from the ground up for larger, medium to small businesses.  The idea is for it to manage your contacts, leads, notes, calendar, to-do's and more, all from one simple web application.  Whether you are involved in selling commercial property, residential property or just lettings or both, a property software system that manages your marketing, and your client’s expectations.  A strategy for managing all of you...

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Bank of mum and dad

Bank of mum and dad

  • 04th May 2017
  • Commercial People

According to research from Legal & General and economics consultancy Cebr, this year 'bank of mum and dad' will lend more than £6.5bn to allow their children to get on the property ladder. With first-time buyers struggling more and more to afford homes on their own, the predicted sum is 30% higher than what was loaned in 2016, meaning that parents will be involved in more than 25% of UK property transactions, equal to about £75bn. With the figure amounting to almost that of the ninth-biggest mortgage lender in the country, this is a clear indication of how the housin...

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Tips to keep your investment profitable

Tips to keep your investment profitable

  • 28th April 2017
  • Commercial People

If you're a first-time commercial property owner you may think the complicated part of your new business adventure was choosing the property, but the truth is, once that is done, you need to do your bit to keep that investment profitable. First of all it's important to decide which aspects of the maintenance and upkeep of the property fall on you, and which fall on your tenant. Once this is defined, and you have fulfilled all your obligations and responsibilities, ensure you have the finances to cover costs of unexpected future repairs, which are always a possibility. If problems sh...

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A pet-friendly home

A pet-friendly home

  • 19th April 2017
  • Commercial People

According to statistics, 40% of UK households have a pet. Of that 40%, nearly half is made up by dogs. A lot of factors go into picking a property and decorating a home, and the presence of a four-legged friend should be one of them. Start by considering your pet's habits and identifying the areas of the house he spends most of his time, are those are the ones that need to be pet-proofed the most. Loose objects that are placed on side tables or that are at a low height, can be easily knocked over by a wagging tail, so regardless of where your dog likes to spend most of his time, if he&#...

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A house fit for a Millennial

A house fit for a Millennial

  • 13th April 2017
  • Commercial People

Millennials, or Generation Y, are born roughly between 1980 and 2000, and they are the latest generation of home buyers that the real estate market needs to start addressing. Millennials are known for their fast-paced lifestyle, their love of technology, the need to express their individuality, and for their minimalistic approach as far as the style of their home is concerned. Interior designers are therefore starting to lean towards a decorating style that is both functional and sustainable, as well as using different elements to create specific vibes that will contribute to a comfortable...

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  • 23rd June 2017
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  • 12th June 2017
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It is fair to say the unpresented and well documented Theresa May’s huge gamble in calling a snap general election has not paid dividend.  ...

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London’s Brexit Apocalypse Is Nowhere in Sight

  • 01st June 2017
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  In September, we reported that the manufacturing sector in the UK has begun to recover following a fall following the the Brexit result...

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British Airways owner loses 500m in value after IT meltdown

  • 30th May 2017
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  IAG shares plunge amid fears for airline’s reputation after IT failure stranded 75,000 passengers on busy holiday weekend.   H...

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