In a scathing judgement handed down from the High Court on 15 March, the failure of the Estate Agency Affairs Board (EAAB) to issue Fidelity Fund Certificates (FFCs) to the applicant estate agents has been found without merit.

As the property market continues to heat up and shortages of homes for sale in certain areas and price brackets start to develop, hopeful buyers and investors are increasingly turning to estate agents directly and paying them a fee to go out and find suitable properties.

International Property Measurement Standards Coalition (IPMSC) launches public consultation on new international measurement standard and appoints Board of Trustees

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