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Six clear signs that the asking price for your Cardiff home is too high

To say it has been a challenging twelve months would be an understatement, and there have been highs and lows when it comes to the property market in Cardiff  Regardless of the market conditions, it is essential that when selling your home you always get the price right.  In fact, deciding to set the price […]

As Unemployment Hits 7% in Portsmouth, What Effect Will This Have on the Portsmouth Property Market in 2021?

12 months ago, the unemployment rate in Portsmouth stood at 2.9% of the working population, yet with Coronavirus hitting the UK, what impact will this rise in unemployment have on the Portsmouth property market? As I have discussed a number of times in my articles on the Portsmouth property market, this summer saw the Portsmouth […]

What will happen to the Portsmouth property market in 2021?

In the last few months, the Portsmouth (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 […]

RESIDENTIAL MARKET REPORT – BRISTOL 2020

Welcome to November’s market report, where we cover the following topics. To read the full report, please visit; CLICK HERE FOR THE RESIDENTIAL MARKET REPORT BRISTOL LANDLORDS AND SECOND HOMEOWNERS WILL PROBABLY SAVE MONEY FROM THE PROPOSED NEW CAPITAL GAINS TAX CHANGES AS BRISTOL FIRST-TIME BUYERS ARE BEING LOCKED OUT OF THE BRISTOL PROPERTY MARKET […]

Top tips for buying a period property in Bristol

This year has made many of us re-evaluate our situation and what we want in a home, and for some buyers in Bristol this means large oak beams, stone fireplaces, unexpected nooks and a fascinating history.  It’s easy to get swept away by the romance of owning a period property and it’s a dream of […]

Portsmouth 2nd & 3rd Time Buyers Finding it Tougher (and Slower) to Move up the Portsmouth Property Ladder

Post lockdown, the need for Portsmouth families who want bigger homes has meant Portsmouth homebuyers must now pay considerably more to trade up to that larger home… One thing that has come out of lockdown has been the inexorable movement of Portsmouth households wanting to upsize to a larger home. Often considered to be first […]

Are you on track to sell your home in Portsmouth before the stamp duty deadline?

When Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced the temporary stamp duty exemption back in July, there was excitement in the air in Portsmouth. Those who had been thinking of moving in a few years started to have discussions on whether they should do it sooner. Families who had felt like the walls were getting smaller around them […]

Are you on track to sell your home in Bristol before the stamp duty deadline?

When Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced the temporary stamp duty exemption back in July, there was excitement in the air in Bristol. Those who had been thinking of moving in a few years started to have discussions on whether they should do it sooner. Families who had felt like the walls were getting smaller around them […]

THE PROS & CONS OF BECOMING A LANDLORD

The buy-to-let market in Portsmouth is about to enter a challenging 12 to 24 months. Yet by looking back at the last recession and what is happening now, there are vital lessons all Portsmouth landlords can learn to protect themselves, and in fact create opportunities for themselves both in the short term and ultimately the […]

The Portsmouth Property Market Post-Lockdown – the First 100 Days

Portsmouth sellers and buyers will need to continue to be pragmatic if the surprisingly strong current levels of activity in the Portsmouth property market are to be sustained. To start, we had the once in a lifetime event of the credit crunch in 2008, we then had another once in a lifetime event with the […]

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.   […]

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