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A Move by Christmas

Many people whose property is on the market now would ideally like to move by Christmas, yet only those who are prepared to price realistically to reflect the current market are likely to be successful. 267 more words


Property Inflation

We recently came across this poem about investing in property, and thought you might find it interesting. Once you have read it, and only then, take a look at the date of first publication. 223 more words


What’s wrong with Rightmove?

There’s no question about it, buyers visit Rightmove and Zoopla/OnTheMarket because they provide easily-searched access to properties currently available for sale. Or do they?

Certainly property portals are efficient and estate agents have embraced them for many years as being an important addition to their marketing toolbox. 258 more words


Market Comment – October 2017

There is a very different vibe to the property market from last month, with a number of reports suggesting that the market is rapidly changing from being a sellers’ market to what is starting to look a lot like the beginning of a buyers’ market in some areas (although nobody has told our office yet…shhh!) 285 more words


Immature Architects Built the Attention Economy

A cadre of young technologists at Google, Twitter, and Facebook admit it: they didn’t think making smartphones addictive would make smartphones this addictive. Come to think of it, any negative consequences of the persuasive design they concocted in their twenties never really occurred to them. 854 more words


....Smartphone Dystopia....Our Minds Can Be Hijacked.....

Google, Twitter and Facebook workers who helped make technology so addictive are disconnecting themselves from the internet.

 Paul Lewis reports on the Silicon Valley refuseniks alarmed by a race for human attention… 4,678 more words


FCA -If you're looking for innovation....get real!

Re-connecting with the real world means looking in places that the FCA are not currently looking, it does not get a mention at Retirement Outcome Workshops, as I found out to my great frustration! 1,116 more words