Adam Day
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Adam has worked within the estate agency industry since 1997. After leaving school, he started as a Junior Negotiator for Country Properties in Hitchin and worked his way up to become Branch Manager of one of the top performing offices in the network. He co-founded low cost online estate agency Hatched.co.uk in 2006 and was one of the original pioneers of the online estate agency model. Hatched.co.uk currently have five regional offices, including its head office in Hitchin and branches in Exeter, Sheffield, Manchester and Birmingham. Adam aims to open further offices in Norwich, Newcastle, Reading, Chelmsford, Brighton and Cardiff in 2013.

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Estate Agency's Changing - Or Will It?

(0) Comments | Posted 1 April 2014 | (15:24)

Amazing isn't it? One of the oldest industries in the country is finally on the brink of change. But will we actually see change in an industry that is ripe for disruption?

Over the last 3-4 months, we have been bombarded with stories of investment in 'online estate agency' and...

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Should Estate Agent Fees, and Indeed All Fees, for Professional Services Include VAT?

(1) Comments | Posted 26 September 2013 | (16:02)

I hate VAT. I hate it as both a business owner and a consumer. But I hate it even more when it's not 'wrapped up' within the price of the product or service that I am purchasing, as a consumer.

So why do professional services, that are selling to the...

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How Will the Budget Affect the UK Property Market?

(0) Comments | Posted 22 March 2013 | (20:36)

Nothing the government said in the Budget will aid the housing market. A toothless bunch, the market has recovered through hard work and honest advice from estate agents, not the policies or schemes that the government has introduced in recent years. Yes, it is estate agents that have got the...

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What Does 2013 Have in Store for the UK Property Market?

(3) Comments | Posted 1 January 2013 | (23:00)

When there's talk one minute of the British economy picking up, followed by the threat of a triple dip recession the next, it's difficult to really get to grips with where the UK is heading in 2013. The same goes for the housing market, where confidence appears to be building,...

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