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New Electrical Safety Regulations could cost each Portsmouth Landlord £350+ in the next 13 months

Portsmouth Electricians are going to very busy in the next 13 months as they will have to test the electrics of every private rented property in Portsmouth and potentially may have to install new fuse boards and wiring in some circumstances. New regulations set out in the Housing and Planning Act 2016 gave the Secretary […]

How to reduce your anxiety when buying a home in Bristol

It’s not everyday that you buy a home – it’s more than a purchase, it’s an investment in your future, a place where memories will be made and stored.  Buying a home is an emotional rollercoaster. Whether you’re buying for the first time or not, it’s rare for two experiences to be the same.  Because […]

The Rights, Obligations & Responsibilities of the 8,980 Portsmouth Landlords & 22,181 Tenants During the Virus Outbreak

The last three or four weeks, unquestionably, have been one of the most life-changing times we have seen since WW2. The imminent threat of the Coronavirus has taken over the world, the UK and Portsmouth and will challenge you, our families, our relationships and test us all. The drive of this worldwide action of social […]

Smart Tech

In today’s piece I want to talk about smart devices that can have an amazing impact on your home. Over the past 5 years we’ve seen an enormous uptake of smart devices being rolled out across the UK and much further afield, and for good reason. Helping you save those precious pennies and at the […]

RESIDENTIAL MARKET REPORT – NOVEMBER 2019

Welcome to the November market report, where we cover the following topics. To read the full report, please visit; https://www.flipsnack.com/NEXAP/marketing-report-bristol-november-2019/full-view.html Bristol Property Values 1.5% Lower Year-on-Year It seems that quite a few Bristol homeowners and Bristol landlords have become acclimatised to living with the uncertainty of Brexit throughout most of 2019, as figures show many of […]

Residential Market Report – November 2019

Welcome to the November market report, where we cover the following topics. To read the full report, please visit; https://www.flipsnack.com/NEXAP/marketing-report-portsmouth-november-2019/full-view.html Portsmouth Property Values 0.1% Higher Year-on-Year It seems that quite a few Portsmouth homeowners and Portsmouth landlords have become acclimatised to living with the uncertainty of Brexit throughout most of 2019, as figures show many of […]

How’s the Market? October 2019

Welcome to the October edition of ‘How’s the Market?’ – the monthly article devoted to informing residents of Portsmouth, Southsea and the surrounding areas of all things related to the local property market. If you enjoy these articles, or you’ve become a committed monthly reader, please remember to share them with your friends, family, colleagues […]

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 […]

Mending the Broken Portsmouth Property Market

Mending the Broken Portsmouth Property Market The long-lasting issue of the Portsmouth 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. 37.2% less of Portsmouth people are selling their homes annually since the credit crunch, when […]

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

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

Tips for renting out your property

I am asked on a regular basis by my landlords, when they feel works are required, what should I do to my property before offering it to the open market and my response has always been along the same lines, are you prepared to absorb a minor upfront costs to create a better long term […]

Budget 2018: How will it affect the sales and rental market?

Earlier this week Chancellor Philip Hammond announced the budget, the final before the UK will leave the EU. How will it affect buying/selling and renting going forward over the next 12 months? All first time buyers who are buying shared equity homes up to £500,000 are now exempt from stamp duty. This is a large […]

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