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How to make your home look brighter and bigger

Autumn is here and soon the nights and even days will start to get darker and greyer, making our homes feel grim and unwelcoming. Natural light is one of the few things that your home can’t have too much of, especially when you are looking to sell. Light can make any space feel bigger and […]

Why Are More Portsmouth OAP Homeowners Deciding Not to Move Home?

A recent report by Legal & General stated that, since the pandemic, many older homeowners had put their plans to move home ‘on ice’. It said that fewer OAP homeowners are planning to downsize from their large family homes after the pandemic made them realise the actual value of their local community and space. Historically, […]

Why location, location, location is driving sellers

We can all agree that the last couple of years has been an experience. It has seen us separated from those we love, locked into neighbourhoods, and opened our eyes to what’s important.  For many, it has pressed them to make the massive change that is moving house, yet at NEXA, we have found that […]

Is your bathroom really aiding the sale of your home?

Selling your home is an art, and your success can largely depend on how you prepare your home for sale. Bathrooms really do have the potential to make or break a sale – a new or well-maintained bathroom can say a lot about a home, whereas the alternative screams pound signs, something no potential buyer […]

Homes Asking Prices Are Up

With Rightmove announcing a national drop of 0.3% in average asking prices in August, some are asking if the steam has been let out of the property market. Yet with the gains we have seen in the last 12 months, is this just a minor bump in the road? Alarm bells normally ring when new […]

Residential Market Report (September 2021)

Welcome to September’s Residential Market Report, where we cover the following topics: Key Statistics Residential Market Overview Transactions Regional Review ‘How to survive homebuyers remorse’ CLICK HERE FOR THE RESIDENTIAL MARKET REPORT

Why homeowners are turning to the rental market to cash in

Should you sell or should you buy in this most interesting property market? Thousands of house sellers have rented a home to break their house chain in the last 12 months, although at a cost as they face paying many thousands of pounds in rent. There are a number of reasons behind this. One is […]

Subtle changes that can boost your homes kerb appeal

How your home looks from the outside can be just as, if not more, important than how it looks on the inside. We all make first impressions, and when you only have moments to wow potential buyers you never want to miss a trick. Kerb appeal is a term used to describe your home’s appeal […]

A NEXA back-to-school guide for selling your home

It’s that time of year where the summer holidays seem to be racing through our fingertips, and the start of the new school year is upon us.  It’s also the time of year where many seek to place their home on the market in the hope that they can be enjoying Christmas in their new […]

How Many Days Does It Take to Sell a Portsmouth Home?

Whether you are a Portsmouth homeowner, first-time buyer, or landlord; the last 15 months have been a roller coaster ride when it comes to the Portsmouth property market. With 213,120 UK house buyers and 58,580 UK tenants moving home in June, the summer has been manic for many people. Meaning some Portsmouth homeowners are asking […]

How to survive home buyers’ remorse

We have seen an extremely busy property market over the last 12 months. Buyers have been out in force and some houses have gone from listed to under offer in a matter of hours. This heightened activity has seen people battling for homes and, in some cases, making rushed decisions just so they can get […]

Only 1 in 130 Portsmouth Properties are Bungalows, Despite an Ageing Population. Why?

The bungalow is a building that has represented a more leisurely, gentler way of life since the early 1900s. Bungalows have been sold as an aspiration for those about to retire, saving them the annoyance of having to climb stairs. With an aging population, one would think they would be building more bungalows, yet nothing […]

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