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12
Oct

Happiest places to live in Britain have been revealed

From a survey which asked more than 17,000 people across the UK, the Warwickshire town of Royal Leamington Spa has been ranked the happiest place to live in Britain. Top 10 Happiest Places to Live: Royal Leamington Spa, Warwickshire Leigh-on-Sea, Essex Wirral, Merseyside and Cheshire Harrogate, North Yorkshire Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent King’s Lynn, Norfolk Epsom, Surrey Richmond upon Thames,

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10
Oct

Welcome to the ISG Family – Paul & Leah

After an amazing September at Intelligent Services Group, driven by the hard work and dedication of both our people and partners, we would like to take the time to welcome and celebrate all those new to the ISG family. Paul Rosen and Leah Wright both joined ISG and IAM Sold early September; contributing to the company’s success from the get-go.

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5
Oct

EA Masters – Medium Supplier Category Gold Award

We were delighted to receive another award at the EA Masters, where we attended a glittering ceremony held at London O2’s Intercontinental Hotel on the 22nd September. The awards comprised an extensive study of the UK’s 30,000 estate and lettings agency branches including online and hybrid estate agents, and organisers. The Property Academy asked estate agents to rate their suppliers

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2
Oct

Up-Scale Entrepreneurs of the Year Award

Another exciting week for Intelligent Services Group. After an enjoyable day winning gold for the Best Medium Supplier Estate Agency 2017 at one of the UK’s biggest property events, the EA Masters, we have done it again with another fantastic award that celebrates our rapid success. The latest award to add to Septembers astounding month of praise, both founders of

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28
Sep

Property Industry Fraud – Email Scam

As part of our dedicated service to all partners and future partners of the Intelligent Services Group, we aim to keep you protected and up to date with the latest activities within the legal sector that directly affect all those within the property industry. The Property Ombudsman (TPO) has issued a warning to all agents advising they act with caution

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27
Sep

Byte Night Charity Event

Our fantastic team of 15 from across the business are taking part in Byte Night on 6th October – a national sleep-out charity event to raise money for Action for Children. Byte Night is Action for Children’s biggest annual fundraiser, supporting young people in the UK who are homeless through no fault of their own. Each year, like-minded people give

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21
Sep

Intelligent Services Group at the EA Masters

The EA Masters is a day away, and we couldn’t be any more excited! Have a chat with our team at stand 8 and get yourself some IAM Sold and The Conveyancing Partnership giveaways. If you’re of the unfortunate few missing out on the EA Masters, don’t worry, we will be posting regular tweets and updates of the day’s event! In

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20
Sep

The Homeless Crisis

The number of people becoming homeless has seen new highs this week as housing support becomes tighter forcing people onto the streets. According to the National Audit office, over the last six years, homelessness of all kinds has increased significantly, with an overnight count last autumn recording 4,134 rough sleepers (a 134% increase since the conservatives took power) with the

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20
Sep

School Catchment Area – How much would you pay?

The first week of school is over and the sound of rejoice sweeps the nation as parents finally enjoy their afternoons. However, with the end of the summer holidays comes the start of a whole new school year and the dreaded battle for a catchment area. Santander Mortgages have highlighted the true battle that parents face as they scramble to

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29
Aug

Real Estate Economics – Cooling House Prices

Recent real estate economics of the UK have begun to foreshadow the uncertain future the country holds as it edges closer to Brexit; according to The Guardian‘s recent article. The average house prices across the UK have fallen by 0.1% between July and August to £210,495, with cities such as Bristol struggling to meet the new Demand for houses. Reflecting the recent

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