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Mending the Broken Bristol Property Market

Mending the Broken Bristol Property Market The long-lasting issue of the Bristol property market are laid bare as the final 2018 property transaction figures have just been published and they continue the post credit crunch trend of less people moving. 23.2% less of Bristol people are selling their homes annually since the credit crunch, when […]

How long is an average Bristol property on the market for?

How long is an average Bristol property on the market for? If you are either selling or buying a property in Bristol, there are a few reasons why it may be taking some time to sell your Bristol home or find that perfect place to call your new home. It may be taking longer than you […]

73.1% of Bristol OAP’s own their own home … and they are worth £11,771.2m

73.1% of Bristol OAP’s own their own home … and they are worth £11,771.2m Yes, that number is staggering isn’t it …. Of the 50,728 households in Bristol where the head of the household is 65 years or older, an astounding 37,063 (or 73.1%) of those are owned, which is just below the national average […]

The leasehold and ground rents scandal of Bristol

Freehold or Leasehold .. which is best? Well, when buying a property in the UK there are two main types of ownership – freehold and leasehold and, when boiled down, they mean the following…   Freehold: The person who owns the freehold of a property owns the property and the land it stands on.   Leasehold: […]

Are Bristol Builder’s Constructing the Wrong Type of Property?

Are Bristol Builder’s Constructing the Wrong Type of Property? The British housing market has never been so newsworthy. Every other day, there is an article in the newspaper or online about impending house price drops, house price rises, building on green belt, mortgage rates up/down, first time buyer affordability and the woes of being a […]

The Conveyancing Process Explained…

The Conveyancing Process The conveyancing process is not a strictly regimented one. Different solicitors will have their own way and order of approaching things, as well as an entirely different pace of work. It usually takes around two months from the day you agree the sale to the exchange of contracts, though there are no […]

When is the best time to sell your property?

When is the right time? Generally, the market tends to be stronger in the spring and then picks up again in the late summer and early autumn. Your property will obviously sell quicker when the market is strong, and demand is high. Therefore, keep an eye on the property market and time your sale well. […]

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