Complaints against estate agents in UK up 32%

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Complaints against estate agents in the UK upheld by the Property Ombudsman scheme increased by 32% last year with agents paying out £811,134 in compensation. The Ombudsman’s annual report shows that overall it received 16,265 enquiries from consumers seeking advice and it resolved 3,304 formal complaints, a substantial 32% increase from the previous year and […] The post Complaints against estate agents in UK up 32% appeared first on PropertyWire . Taylor Scott International

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