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Our News Coverage | December 2022

December felt like a relatively calm month, moving at a more sedate pace than that which we had experienced during those tumultuous Autumn months and both the political and economic fallout we all had to deal with.

It may well be that December was merely a calm before another storm, but I suspect member firms would like greater levels of certainty around activity levels and to see significant progress made in key areas, perhaps most notably squaring their own resource circle.

2023 is a difficult year to call in terms of what may happen, but Beth Rudolf has had a stab at previewing what might occur and what the CA would like to see happen in her regular article for Estate Agent Today (see link below).

Our Non-Executive Chair has also had a look ahead and predicts something of a new year ‘lending bang’ as lenders seek to hit new, increased targets in 2023 even as purchase activity in particular is predicted to be down.

Full details of all coverage in December can be found below:

Stamp duty ‘holiday’ welcome but permanent changes needed – regular article from Beth Rudolf

28th November

Mortgage Solutions


Experts discuss how to reduce time between sale agreed and exchange of contracts – comments from Beth Rudolf

5th December

Today’s Conveyancer


Opinion – what will 2023 bring for the property market? Regular article from Beth Rudolf

10th December

Estate Agent Today


2022: A year of volatility and progress – mentions the Conveyancing Association

14th December

Today’s Conveyancer


Just 16% of property listings are compliant with upfront information rules – claim; with comments from Beth Rudolf

19th December

Property Industry Eye


Happy Holidays from the Today’s Media Team – mentions the Conveyancing Association

19th December

Today’s Conveyancer


Just 16% of agent listings are compliant – claim; comments from Beth Rudolf

19th December

Estate Agent Today


2023 likely to start with a lending ‘bang’ – website blog from Nicky Heathcote

23rd December

CA website

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