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Sorting fact from fiction when selling your home in Liverpool

Every home sale is different, and it is understandable that through whispers, chats over the fence, and listening into conversations whilst having a coffee, misunderstandings can occur.  In normal times, we would often hear some amazingly creative stories whilst going about our business, so now that the Stamp Duty holiday has been extended and we’re […]

Why do half of all Portsmouth homeowners move every 5 years?

In Britain, there are 27,071,500 households, of which 17,044,450 are owned, which are worth a total of £3,925,865,212,950 (£3.92 trillion). Over the last 5 years, an average of 86,096 properties sell each month, meaning just over a million UK households move home per year. Therefore, the average British homeowner moves every 16 years 5 months. […]

How often do Bristol homeowners move?

In Britain, there are 27,071,500 households, of which 17,044,450 are owned, and are worth a total of £3,925,865,212,950 (£3.92 trillion). Over the last 5 years, an average of 86,096 properties sell each month, meaning just over a million UK households move home per year. Therefore, the average British homeowner moves every 16 years 5 months. […]

Portsmouth Homebuyers Have Saved £83,640 Thanks to the Stamp Duty Holiday – Yet Many Could Miss Out

Portsmouth homebuyers and Portsmouth landlords purchasing residential property have saved £83,640 since the Chancellor reduced Stamp Duty on 8th July 2020, yet many more Portsmouth homebuyers could miss out. My analysis of properties sold in Portsmouth from the Land Registry between the introduction of the Stamp Duty holiday on 8th July 2020 and 14th August […]

The 27,691 ‘Trapped Landlords’ of Bristol

Going into lockdown in March, the Government proclaimed a ban on tenant evictions, pledging that no tenant in a private rented home, who had lost their wages due to Covid-19 would be kicked out of their private rented home until the late summer. Fast forward to August and the press were being briefed as late […]

Long Live the Planning Permission Rule Changes

The 1st July 1948 heralded a new dawn in how property was built, as the Town & Country Planning Act 1947 came into force, meaning no property could be built without the say so of the local authority. Now, Boris Johnson has announced a substantial change to that, by in effect, ending planning permission.   […]

Portsmouth OAP Homeowners to Face £17,456 Coronavirus Tax Bill?

The Government is on track to borrow £400bn because of Coronavirus and that needs to be paid back at some stage. Last year alone, before Coronavirus, the Government brought in £824 billion in taxes whilst they spent £887 billion, meaning they had to borrow £63 billion. In fact, the last time taxes were higher than […]

Is This the Beginning of the End for Buy to Let in Bristol? 

Is This the Beginning of the End for Buy to Let in Bristol?  …. and should Bristol landlords & Bristol homeowners be worried?   In 2019, the private rented sector accounted for just over four and a half million households or 19.9% of UK households, no change from the year before. Interesting, when compared to […]

50 ways to kill your Bristol home sale

The last few days has seen the lights come back on for our high street, as non-essential shops have started to tentatively open.  We are still doing things with caution and distance, but slowly and surely life is starting to open up a bit more.  This confidence can also be seen in the Bristol housing […]

How to stay alert and stay safe whilst moving home during the Coronavirus

The last couple of months has seen many industries having to adapt to how they run their businesses.  At NEXA we have put various procedures in place in line with government guidelines to protect you and our team.  Over the last week there has been a slight easing of the lockdown and on Tuesday night […]

Virtual ways to keep all your family entertained during lockdown…

Staying at home is a challenge, staying away from family and friends but also keeping up with new ideas to keep the whole family occupied.  Many of us are embracing this time as precious as we are getting quality time with the ones we love.  If you’re finding the lockdown in Bristol stressful I hope […]

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