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In Focus: What trends is the real estate market seeing?

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The mortgage and property market have both been growing rapidly this past year, with property prices and mortgage volumes setting new volume records month on month.

In this episode of In Focus, host Annie Kane is joined by Grace Ormsby, news editor of our sister title Real Estate Business, to discuss the trends that real estate agents have been seeing, the regions and types of property that are in hot demand, and how agents and brokers can work closely together in this booming market.

Tune in to find out:
- The kinds of buyers in market at the moment
- Which areas are the surprise winners of sea-change, tree-change demand
- How real estate agents pivoted during COVID-19

And much more!

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