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How Much Is My House Really Worth?

If you ask anyone what their house is worth, I’m going to level with you here, the vast majority of homeowners will actually overprice their property. It’s as simple as that. That’s why we have professionals to do it for us. If you have not had your property valued for some time, however, it’s completely […]

Avoid these exhausting mistakes when moving home

There is nothing more exciting (or stressful) than seeing your moving date start to rush towards you.  You have been looking forward to the day you can step foot in your new home, but you also look around you and feel overwhelmed. How will you be ready in time?  It is always advisable to plan […]

A Love (and Hate) Affair with the Semi-Detached House

The Semi-Detached House – the icon of middle-class aspiration, the pinnacle of liberalism yet at the same time compromised individuality, the ‘semi’ as it is colloquially termed is, for many homeowners, the highpoint of modern domestic bliss. Britain’s gift to architecture is the humble ‘Semi-Detached House’. This type of property has been exported around the […]

RESIDENTIAL MARKET REPORT (AUGUST 2021)

Welcome to August’s Residential Market Report, where we cover the following topics: Key Statistics Residential Market Overview Transactions Regional Review ‘Home moves hit record high in June’ Blog CLICK HERE FOR THE RESIDENTIAL MARKET REPORT

Home Moves Hit Record High in June

As 217.1% more people sell in June compared to the 10-year average. June 2021 was the busiest month ever for UK estate agents, home removal companies, and conveyancers since monthly records began, as HMRC logged 213,120 residential transactions in June, a jump of more than 216% nationally on the same month last year (when the […]

Huge mistakes you can make when choosing an estate agent

One of the biggest decisions you will make when you sell your home is choosing the right estate agent to get your house sold. There is a wealth of choice, from high-street estate agents to those working online; from big national companies to local independent estate agents, such as ourselves. You may think that this […]

Why Savvy Buy-to-Let Landlords Don’t Use 10-Year Mortgages

And the reason you shouldn’t either We know of many buy-to-let landlords who fell into property investing by accident. Many didn’t want to sell their family home when the housing market crashed in the Credit Crunch of 2009/10, yet still needed to move (often for work). They thought they would keep their family home in […]

What to keep and ditch when selling your home

We know that when you decide to put your property on the market, the process can feel overwhelming – especially as it can be full of uncertainty. Where do you start?  What do you need to do to your home to make sure it doesn’t linger on the market?  Take this as your quick guide to […]

Can you help yourself to a speedy sale?

There is one thing we know: no two sales are the same. Whether you’re buying or selling a property, there are always issues you don’t expect and complications to overcome. Control is not always in your hands, which can make the process feel very frustrating.  Having the right team around you is essential, but you […]

The Cost Of House Building Is On The Rise, But What’s Causing It?

The costs of building a home have shot up significantly in the last 12 months, meaning the price of new homes and any building works you do to your home in the coming months and years could be a lot higher. The British house building profession is experiencing a building materials supply problem. Everything from […]

The bitter pills you may have to swallow when selling your home

No matter how vibrant the property market, selling your home is always a challenge. There are some things about your property that you won’t be able to change, which could mean you have some bitter pills to swallow when your home goes on the market. Just like life, there can be unexpected surprises during the […]

Is A Property Price Correction On The Way?

Looking at the national figures, many people were concerned the UK property market was overheating as spring saw annual growth of 9.9%, the highest rate of house price growth documented since June 2007 (when national house prices were rising by 10.8% pa). It was only a matter of a few months later the Credit Crunch hit, and the […]

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