Sellers – here’s why having a garden can help you achieve a quick sale

Summer is certainly upon us, and with it comes warmer weather and longer-lasting days. It’s also the season when many people venture outside – something that is considered a luxury following successive lockdowns caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. With this in mind, it’s no surprise that a garden is now the number one must-have property feature for UK homebuyers, according to...


Revealed – top tips for first-time landlords in Hampshire

Despite a turbulent year caused by the coronavirus pandemic, now is a great time to be a landlord. Lockdown is easing, temperatures are rising, and demand for new homes continues to rise – resulting in a rental market boom. Recent data from ARLA Propertymark shows the average number of new prospective tenants registered per branch rose for the third month in a row to reach 84 in...


House prices rise as end of stamp duty holiday approaches

House prices are on the rise, despite the end of the stamp duty holiday nearing. A shift in housing priorities as a result of COVID-19 could be the reason, as well as some buyers anticipating an extension to the stamp duty holiday. According to Nationwide Building Society, the average house price rose by 0.7% to £231,068 in February, more than reversing January’s 0.2% drop. The stamp duty holiday...


How the housing market could look in 2021

Despite the uncertainty of 2020, the housing market has enjoyed steady growth. House prices have been rising across the UK, so what will next year bring? Changing priorities While there is still a lot of uncertainty ahead in 2021, it’s predicted that the UK property market will stay strong. The COVID-19 crisis has seen a vast percentage of the UK spending the majority of their time at home. Our...

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