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NEXA BRISTOL BECOMES BRISTOL BEARS OFFICIAL ESTATE AGENT PARTNER

NEXA BRISTOL BECOMES BRISTOL BEARS OFFICIAL ESTATE AGENT PARTNER “An estate agency set up by four ex Bristol Bears players has teamed up with the club to become their Official Estate Agent Partner. Nexa Bristol, launched by former players Rob Higgitt, Olly Kohn, Danny Gray and ex-captain Joe El-Abd, is based in Wapping Wharf on […]

Is there a supply shortage in homes for sale in Bristol?

With most Bristol families home schooling their children in lockdown and the forthcoming Stamp Duty Holiday deadline on the 31st March 2021, less Bristol properties have been coming onto the Bristol property market since the new year. This has prompted a 24% drop in the supply of Bristol homes for sale compared to October 2020. For the […]

Bristol Property Market: Is it Time to Stamp Out Stamp Duty?

Most people pay Stamp Duty Tax when they buy a property, house, apartment or other land and buildings over a particular price in the UK. The Chancellor, Rishi Sunak (quickly followed suit by the Welsh and Scottish Governments), announced last July that Stamp Duty was partially being suspended on all English property transactions up to £500,000 […]

44,855 Bristol Homeowners to be ‘Unchained’ from Toxic Leasehold Agreements in Biggest Shake-up of Property Law in Decades

When William the Conqueror invaded our fair shores in 1066, like all good kings, he needed to buy loyalty and raise cash to build his castles and armies. He did this by feudal law system and granted all the faithful nobles and aristocrats with land. In return, the nobles and aristocrats would give the King […]

How Will the Brexit Deal Affect Bristol House Prices and Your Mortgage Payments?

Christmas Eve brought the news that Boris Johnson had conclusively agreed on a Brexit deal for the UK with the European Union. This gave optimism that the economic turmoil of leaving the EU would be radically reduced, yet what will this ‘trade deal’ do to the value of your Bristol home and the mortgage payments you […]

RESIDENTIAL MARKET REPORT – BRISTOL 2020

Welcome to December’s Market Report, where we cover the following topics. To read the full report, please visit; CLICK HERE FOR THE RESIDENTIAL MARKET REPORT NO DEAL BREXIT – THE PREDICTION FOR BRISTOL HOUSE PRICES WHAT WILL HAPPEN TO THE BRISTOL PROPERTY MARKET IN 2021?

Are you in seasonal shape for moving in Bristol during 2021?

The countdown is truly on and Christmas is but days away. The decorations are up, and the TV adverts are filled with magical stories and heart-warming tales. Each year, major UK brands battle to grab our attention, and the coveted Christmas advert is the highlight of their year.  Although there have been some great ones, […]

7 top tips for moving home at Christmas

The decorations are up, the shopping days are getting few and Xmas songs are all over the radio.  As you’re driving home for Christmas this year, have you added to the normal stresses and strains by moving home in Bristol as well?  You won’t be on your own – you’d be surprised how many people […]

No Deal Brexit – The Prediction for Bristol House Prices

Roll the clock back to April 2020, and major financial economists and property market commenters were sounding the alarm. The very best-case scenario was a 5% drop in property values by the end of the year, and most were in the 10% to 15% range. They forewarned the Covid-19 stimulated recession would trim tens of […]

How to spot, and little ways to help stop loneliness in Bristol this Christmas

Christmas will be a strange one this year, not just for us in Bristol but the whole of the UK. Are you one of the lucky ones, scrabbling to work out which family members will be in your bubble?  But as you tuck into your turkey, pop a few crackers, and enjoy a tipple and […]

What will happen to the Bristol property market in 2021?

In the last few months, the Bristol (and UK) property market has resisted and flouted every economist’s prediction. With the economy a shadow of its former self, unemployment set to hit 11.9%, the Government on track to borrow nearly half a trillion pounds to pay for Coronavirus support packages etc., all of this has had […]

Bristol Landlords and Second Homeowners will Probably Save Money from the Proposed New Capital Gains Tax changes

Yet, if the proposals were adopted in full, some Bristol landlords would pay £11,000 less Capital Gains Tax than they would currently The government borrowed £394bn this financial year (April ‘20 to April ‘21). This figure does not include the cost of November lockdowns and support measures, which means the final bill will probably be […]

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