2016 Blog Posts
Christmas and New Year Opening Hours
Christmas and New Year Opening Hours plus Tenant and Landlord emergency numbers and advice
2016 Property Market Review - So, is it all’s well that ends well, despite Brexit, being Trumped and embracing the unexpected
In part the 2016 UK residential property market has mirrored the chaotic and unexpected......behind the difficult times in 2016 there are key factors which influenced productivity. Understanding these drivers paints a picture of a house market economy in..
Expect the unexpected post Brexit
Perhaps one lesson from post Brexit life is that we should expect the unexpected and embrace the unknown, as we discovered in August
Brexit - The Property Market A Month On
We are now a month on from Brexit and although we last reported buyer trends a week out from the referendum, today we are able to
UK House Market - One Week On from Brexit
This has been an extraordinary summer of political and economic upheaval, the likes of which I cannot recall previously witnessing in the past during such a short time span, so time to examine the impact on the property market a week on from Brexit...
House buyers display confidence on “Independence Day”
Whilst most were surprised by todays results of the EU referendum, trade in the house market property sector
New Bill would fail Tenants and lead to rent increases
A new Bill has been introduced in Parliament, which is seeking to abolish letting agents’ fees charged to tenants. The Renters Rights Bill had an unopposed second reading in the House of Lords recently
Chinook fly over shakes Queens 90th birthday street party celebrations!
If you are house hunting and want to live in a village with a community spirit as well as history and charm, the quintessential Hampshire village of Odiham
What a difference a day makes with house sales
When is comes to house sales everything can change in a single day, so we invest....
House prices to fall and don't forget WW3!
There might be a hint of misplaced pessimism and something slightly odd about Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne’s announcement that house prices will fall by up to 18% on a Brexit, given that....