Friday, August 17, 2018
Letting agents in Scotland are unaffected by the upcoming fee ban legislation making its way through Westminster but we are well aware of the implications and get a sense of the shockwaves reverberating across the sector south of the...
If you're new to the property ladder, or it's been a while since you last upgraded, it can be tempting to just start looking at listings, and go straight to a viewing. But with a few tips, you can...
Property in London is in significant demand. This is hardly ground-breaking information but even though there have been many challenges in the London property market, people still want to buy property in the capital. Given the number of jobs...
We felt it would be a fantastic opportunity to share these four tips to consider if you’re looking for to purchase your next Buy To Let property in our first AllAgents blog post. Location Location is perhaps the most important consideration...
The UK property market appears to be in a sombre mood. Home prices changed little, if any, across the country though some areas such as the east Midlands and East Anglia witnessed a surge while London experienced the opposite....
It is important to be aware of the latest developments in the lettings market. There are many sources of news but when you have one of the leading bodies in the sector, the Association of Residential Letting Agents, or...
In a world today that is slowly being taken over by social media, do Estate Agents need to adapt to what is the perception that the public seem to be crying out for? The growth of smart phones in recent...
How can first time buyers get on the market? There is a lot of woes written about the millennials, generation rent and increasingly older renters, who are unable to buy a home. The first time buyer has never had it harder...
While many of us are well aware of how a property sale differs to letting a property for rent, you could be excused for believing that both can be managed by the same agent. Of course, there are agents that...
The HomeTruths report 2017/18 recently reported that the average price of a home to buy in Gloucestershire has now risen to £278,492, this is 10 times the average salary earnings in the county, estimated at £27,659. This means that...