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RESIDENTIAL MARKET REPORT – FEBRUARY 2020

Welcome to the February market report, where we cover the following topics. To read the full report, please visit; https://www.flipsnack.com/NEXAP/residential-market-report-bristol-february/full-view.html Bristol Homeowners £3,862,014,900 Windfall Since 2014 In the latest, and most recently published, set of UK mortgage data (for the month of November 2019) 18,470 pound-for-pound re-mortgages were made (i.e. the borrower went from one […]

Landlords, are you ready for the changes that this year will bring in Bristol?

Although it may only feel like yesterday since you were packing away the last signs of Christmas, the months of the New Year are starting to run away.  And whilst you may have already set plans in motion for your rental properties at NEXA Bristol we want to ensure you have everything in place for […]

Bristol Homeowners £3,862,014,900 Windfall Since 2014

In the latest, and most recently published, set of UK mortgage data (for the month of November 2019) 18,470 pound-for-pound re-mortgages were made (i.e. the borrower went from one rate to another with no additional borrowing). However, since the 1970’s, the British have seen their homes as cash cows and cash machines, with many homeowners […]

Bristol Landlord’s £71.1m Tax Bill

I am asking Kerry McCarthy, Darren Jones, Karin Smyth and Thangam Debbonaire the Labour MP’s for Bristol to remind the Chancellor Sajid Javid and Prime Minster Boris Johnson to use their persuasive skills to highlight and take a more holistic approach and attitude to the private rented sector and tackle issues which affect a Bristol landlords’ […]

Bristol Property Market … the Rollercoaster of the last Decade

Ah the 2010’s, the tens, the teens – I am not sure what we are supposed to call the decade that has just gone. No matter what it was called, the last decade was a tough one, so does it really matter that we never really got around to giving it a name? Some might say, […]

Will There Be a ‘Boris Bounce’ For the Bristol Property Market?

The Halifax announced in early January that there was a Boris Bounce in the national property market as they stated national property values soared 1.7% in December 2019 – the biggest rise since the 1.9% month on month rise in February 2007 (a few months before the Global Financial Crisis aka the Credit Crunch). Get […]

OK ‘Bristol’ Boomer

Bristol House Prices Have Risen by 181% as a Proportion of Household Income Since 1980 Have the Baby Boomers (people between the ages of 55yo to 75yo) messed things up for the Millennials in terms of getting on the Bristol property ladder? They bought their own council houses in the 80’s and 90’s, meaning there […]

Time to set your marketing price (get it right first time)

If you are looking to sale your property in 2020 then you may well have already had several agents out to value your home. Let’s say that they have all suggested marketing in the region of £500,000. What price should you set as your asking price? When I first started valuing and marketing properties (many […]

The £8.5 billion mortgage debt of Bristol homeowners

Irrespective of the shenanigans and political goings on in Westminster recently, the housing market (for the time being anyway) shows a striking resilience, fostered by the on-going wide-ranging monetary policy by the Bank of England. With interest rates and unemployment low, UKplc is heading into 2020 in reasonable condition.  Additionally, despite the UK’s new homes industry improving […]

204,727 People Live in Rented Accommodation in Bristol

That number surprised you didn’t it? With the General Election done, I thought it time to reflect on renting in the manifestos and party-political broadcasts and ask why? As the best way to tell the future is to look at to the past, so we decided to look at the number of people who rented […]

PRE ELECTION BLOG

Labour Party’s U-turn on the £175,984,200 grab on Penarth landlord’s wallets Well, with the General Election just over the horizon and having been asked by a number of Penarth homeowners and Penarth buy to let landlords what the different main parties would do to the local property market, in this week’s article we focus on […]

Why hasn’t my home sold? Some tips to get you moving

You’ve made the decision to sale your home. You’ve touched up the décor, polished from top to bottom, placed the kids in isolation, mowed the lawn to within an inch of its life, been out viewing property and set your sites on ‘the dream house’, appointed your estate agent, then…… NOTHING! Follow these simple initiatives […]

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