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OTM challenges Rightmove to follow its lead and introduce a fees freeze

first_imgHome » News » Marketing » OTM challenges Rightmove to follow its lead and introduce a fees freeze previous nextMarketingOTM challenges Rightmove to follow its lead and introduce a fees freezePortal says it is to both not increase its fees during 2020 and also maintain its 10% discount system for agents who observe the ‘one other portal’ rule.Nigel Lewis3rd September 201901,031 Views OnTheMarket has challenged Rightmove not to increase its listings fees next year as the property market enters a challenging period following Brexit.The formerly-mutual portal has announced that it is to lead by example and will freeze its fees for agents paying the full standard tariff.This will apply to agents who entered into a five-year agreement when the portal launched on the London stock exchange in February last year.“It will be interesting to see whether or not Rightmove follows our lead on this or chooses to continue imposing double-digit percentage fee increases on the path to its stated objective of average fees per advertiser of £2,500 per month,” says its CEO Ian Springett (pictured, left).“Agents may remember how Rightmove behaved in the difficult years following the 2008 banking crash. Between 2009 and 2012, Rightmove increased its average fees per advertiser by 72%.”Pricing pledgeOnTheMarket says its ‘pricing pledge’ also means that, although it is contractually allowed to increase its fees by 5% a year, the portal has decided that agents who either opt to, or have continued to, observe the ‘one other portal’ rule can continue to enjoy a 10% discount during 2020.This includes agents who decide to convert from the former Gold and Silver agreements and commit to a one, three or five-year contract.“We recognise the challenges facing agents right now and the outlook for 2020 is a continuation of the uncertainty which is slowing the market,” says Springett.“Consistent with our commitment to sustainable fair pricing, we have decided to remove at least one element of uncertainty for the agents who have loyally backed us.”Read more about OnTheMarket and Rightmove.Ian Springett Rightmove OnTheMarket September 3, 2019Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021last_img read more

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Batesville Wins Track Duel Meet At FC

first_imgThe Batesville High School boys and girls track team traveled to Franklin County to compete in a dual track meet in much better conditions than when the meet was supposed to be held in early April…in fact it was an almost perfect night.The boys increased their record to 18-2 defeating Franklin County 102-41 as the girls continue their undefeated season, winning 118-24. In fact, the girls took blue ribbons in all 16 events. The boys were close winning 12 out of the 16 events.23 different dogs earned a blue ribbon today and many of them were multiple winners. Those multiple winners were:Cole Nuhring-1600m run (5:02), 800m run (2:08.5) and the 4 x 800m relay (9:18.98)Peter Heil-110m hurdles (17.25), 300m hurdles (42.42), the 4 x 800m relay and the 4 x 400m relay (4:05.3)Michael Tunny-400m dash (54.02), 200m dash (23.34), the 4 x 100m relay(45.72) and the 4 x 400m relayCaleb Moster-3200m run (10:49) and the 4 x 800m relayNathan Longstreth-high jump (6’3″) and 4 x 400m relayKelsey Gausman-1600m run (5:46.2), 800m run (2:32.8), 4 x 800m relay (11:00) and the 4 x 400m relay (4:31.9)Ginny Westerfeld-100m dash (12.69), 200m dash (27.16) and the 4 x 100m relay (52.37)Kim Tidman-high jump (5’0″), long jump (16’4″), 4 x 100m relay and 4 x 400m relayRylee Goldsmith-400m dash (1:04), 4 x 400m relayCassie Reverman-discus (85’4″) and shot put (31’3.5″)Sarah Poltrack-3200m run (12:51) amd the 4 x 800m relayOther first place finishers were:Ben Westerfeld-pole vault (11’0″)Garrett Yorn-4 x 800m relayJohn Moody-4 x 400m relayTanner Ayette-4 x 100m relayJacob Koehne-4 x 100m relayZach Mears-4 x 100m relayBrooke Hartman-100m hurdles (18.35)Alex Wirth-Pole Vault (7’0″)Clare Bruns-300m hurdles (52.18)Mary Poltrack-4 x 800m relayGrace Yeation-4 x 800m relayAudrey Hall-4 x 400m relayTaking home the red ribbons were:Garrett Yorn-1600m runJordan Moorman-discusTanner Ayette-100m dashMatt Dennis-110m hurdles and 200m hurdlesClayton McKinley-shot putJohn Moody-400m dashNathan Bedel-pole vaultTom Chaffee-high jumpChris Riffle-3200m runGrace Yeaton-1600m runSam Heidlage-discus and shot putSophie Meadows-100m dash and 200m dashLexi Hatcher-pole vaultAudrey Hall-400m dashMaria Wessel-3200m runAnd the white ribbon winners went to:Kevin Bedel-discus and long jumpCody Reer-shot putClayton McKinley-high jumpCalvin Lehman-3200m runCaleb Moster-800m runTanner Ayette-200m dashMary Poltrack-1600m runKatherine Roell-discus and shot putClare Bruns-100m hurdlesGrace Yeaton-800m runMolly Weigel-300m hurdlesKylie Lehman-3200m runRylee Goldsmith-200m dashDespite really trying to train through this meet and prepare for next week’s Conference, we still had many personal records broken, listed by event below:100m dash-Allison Muckerheide200m dash-Michael Tunny, Zach Mears, Trevor Gartenman, Annie Freese, Sophie Meadows, Madeleine Robben300m hurdles-Clare Bruns400m dash-Jon Kurtz800m run-Jazmin Blanco1600m run-Clay Yeaton, Liz Cuttle3200m run-Grace YeatonHigh jump-Nathan Longstreth, Clayton McKinleyLong Jump-Allison MuckerheidePole Vault-Nathan Bedel4 x 400 splits-Matt Dennis, Alex Jorgensen, Tanner Ayette, Jacob Koehne, Jared Ilderton, Trevor Gartenman, Drake Main, Molly Weigel, Beth Werner, Laura Meer, Clare Bruns, Liz Cuttle, Mary Poltrack4 x 800 splits-Kylie Lehman, Jazmin BlancoThe Dogs only have a day off, then they will host the County meet on Thursday. We will also be honoring our fabulous 18 seniors! Come on out and cheer our track teams to a County Championship and help us thank our seniors!   Action begins at 5pm, but the Senior presentations will be at the end of the meet.Submitted by Batesville Coach Lisa Gausman.last_img read more

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